Helping homeowners save thousands by installing their own solar systems since 1997
No Games, No Gimmicks And No Expensive Leases Or PPAs. Just Low, Low Prices.
That's not "Combined Experience" That's real years. Since 1997 we've diligently served the solar industry with pride and intregity and look forward to many more decades of service to our ever growing customer base.
FHA Title 1 loans. No money down. No equity required. Interest may be tax deductible.
LightStream loans. $0 down. No collateral required or lien against your home. Affordable Payments.
PACE Financing. Payments made through your prpoerty tax bill. Interest may be tax deductible.
Comerica loans. $0 down and no payments for one full year as well as home equity lines of credit.
The solar leasing and PPA companies typically charge 12 cents to 15 cents per kilowatt hour with an annual payment increase that can raise their rate as high as 26 cents per kilowatt hour at the end of their 20 year contract.
7 cents per kilowatt hour. No games, no gimmicks and no
expensive leases or PPAs.
Even with a small 6 kW system, you can save up $7,800 by installing your system yourself.
The DIY solar kit concept was developed in 1997 by the founders of Solar Home, Inc., one of the oldest names in the DIY PV industry. Our primary focus is customer satisfaction.
Regardless of cost, the customer always comes first. An extremely competitive price is only the beginning of the Solar Home customer experience. We maintain a staff of professionally trained system designers that are always available to answer any of your questions. Our referred list of licensed contractors are available for consultation as well as full turnkey installation of your alternative energy system.Learn More
Name brand grid tie solar system for less than 1/2 the cost of a $0 down solar lease.
No 30% balloon payments and no 2.9% annual payment increases. And many loans with tax deductible interest.
You won't find any surplus 230 to 255 Watt panels from bankrupt manufacturers in our systems.
Lithium Iron Phosphate storage batteries offers longer lifetimes, better power density (the rate that energy can be drawn from them) and are inherently safer than Lithium Ion batteries.