ResiCom USA incorporated solar to give an improvement that will benefit everyday lives as a residential or commercial owner of single or multiple properties.
Solar will help decrease or eliminate your carbon foot print. Even more so lower or give you a $0 electric bill. No more worrying of being inconvenienced when using your AC. Benefits of controlling your electricity rates, increasing the value of your property, saving money you didn’t know was possible to save and low payback options going solar for residential and commercial properties.
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No, once you receive your quoted amount the instillation is included in the amount.
If you have a flat roof the panels will have to be tilted to a certain degree so that your panels get the full efficiency from the sun. Flat roofs are common with commercial properties.
To get a good interest rate and to even be able to qualify for majority of the financing plans you will need to have a 650 or higher credit score.
You can pay cash for your solar system. However you will need to pay 50% after paperwork is received and the other 50% before panels are installed. If you want you can pay it all upfront or by using a debit or credit card. This is commonly done more with commercial properties.
Your panels will remain intact they are able to withstand any category below 5. Meaning if we get a category 5 your roof and solar panels will be gone.
No you wont have to pay, there is a 25 year manufacture and production warranty on your solar system.
Most financial companies don’t place liens on your property but do place them on the solar panels that are purchased unless you’re using YGRENE or PACE. For commercial properties it is different and YGRENE and PACE isn’t available for commercial properties.
If your property that has solar and you are still paying for the system through financing, your solar system can be transferred over to the new property owner. If you‘re moving and it is already paid off the system will just belong to the new property owner.
Yes solar adds value to the property currently around 4-6% of value on top of what the property is worth.
Once the energy assessor start the process of educating you and showing you your system a pre-qualification step is taken to see if you get pre approved. After that then we are able to get you the financing that will cover the cost of the solar system for your property.
Yes and no, even though you are able to go 100% solar in the U.S. every property owner must be connected to the grid which means you would pay a connect fee to your electric provider.
If you qualify for the tax credit then yes you will but if you get approved to go solar and you don’t pay taxes then you won’t qualify to receive the tax credit benefit for going solar.
Financing your solar project is the only way to have a no out of pocket cost after starting your solar project.
Batteries are awesome to have however they aren’t cost efficient. Unless you prefer them then we make sure you get the amount of them that will store enough power for your property?
Yes it will due to you are connected to the grid if there is an outage you will be without power. However there are ways an energy assessor can help you in that regard on not losing power.
The tax credit percentage going solar is 26% and is expected to drop or even be stopping in 2022.
Yes when going solar your electricity will be efficient and will need to have a electrical panel with enough power to run it so that no electrical malfunctions happen on the property. This is common in residential properties most commercial properties are upgraded.
The net metering program is a way you as a property owner earn net credits to your electric account for the access power you don’t use. It goes back to the grid and is stored to power hospitals, schools, churches etc.