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Lizard King

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Anyone have Solar on their home and have any tips to share? Buy vs Lease, certain company over another?
 
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I never took u as being part of the Green New Deal
 
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Are tax credits in play or u just getting your feet wet with the concept? In the southwest tax credits were a selling point....
 
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Do they make wind turbines that don't cause cancer?
 
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I was asking for a friend (LK) ..........
 
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Anyone have Solar on their home and have any tips to share? Buy vs Lease, certain company over another?

Buy because you’ll get the tax credits, whereas if you lease, the leasing company gets it.

It takes about 5-7 years to get your money back. Depending on the size of your house, it can cost between $15k to $20k.

Is your house surrounded by trees and in the shade, or are you hit with sunlight all the time? This makes a difference, you’ll generate more if your house doesn’t get shade.
 
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Id suggest finding a reputable solar seller and buy everything yourself, if u cant install it, go for it!! Or u can hire a subcontractor to do it and overall save tons of money, i have a few buddies who went down south and found a place and purchased everything from them and installed it themselves and saved a crap ton of money

If thats not in your forte, then get quotes from everyone u can and get a good loan

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