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Florida Solar Costs

Learn how much solar costs in Florida. Calculate online estimates for up to date prices on the newest solar panels.

Florida is one of the best states for clean solar energy. Florida solar panels help you take control of your electricity costs. Florida solar installation costs are affordable and within your reach. In the Sunshine State, solar incentives and rebates are everywhere to dramatically lower Florida solar costs. Why remain at the mercy of the utility companies and rising rates? Install home solar panels and become your own energy provider today.

The cost and size of your Florida solar panel system depends on energy consumption, location, the types of solar panels and the availability of Florida solar rebates and incentives. Florida solar panels typically pay for themselves within three to five years. However, the massive savings on electric bills will last a lifetime.

Financing is available for those who don't want to pay any upfront Florida solar costs. Solar financing is a great option for those who want to utilize all the FREE energy from the sun, but do not have thousands of dollars to immediately put forward. With solar financing, the solar system is paid for by the cash you are saving on your electric bill. We can work with you to determine what would fit your needs.

Florida solar costs can be offset by low electric bills, increased home value and net-metering. Net-metering enables home owners to actually earn a profit from their Florida solar panels. In a sunny state like Florida, it is likely home solar panels will generate excess energy. When this happens, the utility will buy the extra energy from you. Imagine receiving a check from your electric company instead of a bill! With Florida solar panels this becomes a reality.

For a quick estimate of Florida solar costs, use a solar panel cost calculator. A solar calculator predicts the cost and size of an ideal home solar system to suit your needs. To use a solar panel calculator, all you need is the number of kilo-watt hours (kWh) used in the past year. The information can be found on your electric bill. Keep in mind, the solar panel cost calculator does not account for any solar panel rebates or solar incentives that will dramatically reduce Florida solar costs.

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