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How to Select Solar Panels

Posted by Solar Expert on February 29, 2020

Choosing the right solar panels for your PV system can be one of the most confusing parts of the whole buying process. You may have read blog articles or talked to several installers you know, or even looked at the solar panel spec sheets and warranties for a bunch of different manufacturers to try to figure it out yourself. If you are like many of our customers, you have done some research, but just don't know how to sort facts from fiction, and then apply the facts to make an intelligent decision.

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How Much Money Can You Save With Solar Panels?

Posted by Solar Expert on February 24, 2020

This is by far the most common question we get here at DFW Solar Electric. It is a great question, and like all great questions, not so easy to answer.  But read on, and hopefully at the end you'll know enough about the topic to be dangerous.

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Solar Panels Resale Value

Posted by Solar Expert on February 12, 2020

As homeowners ourselves, we know that we don’t even replace a light bulb in our home without contemplating its effect on the resale value of our home.

If you’re like the majority of Americans, your home is your biggest investment, and you don’t want to do anything to compromise that.

The old school mentality was that solar panels intimidated home buyers and could make your home more difficult to sell, or somehow decreased the value of your home. You may have heard this myth circulating as well.

So what is the truth? What is the value of solar when it comes to reselling your home?

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Texas Solar Incentive Program Notice 2020 - Get up to $8500!

Posted by Solar Expert on February 6, 2020

It’s that time again! On January 22, 2020, Oncor released the details of its annual solar incentive program, which will undoubtedly launch the wild “solar coaster” ride we experience in North Texas every year. If you live in the Oncor service area, you can get paid up to $8,500 just for installing solar panels on your home.

When combined with the generous Federal income tax incentives, the two programs can offset the total cost of a solar panel system by up to 50% or more. But, you have to act fast, because the Oncor incentive cash is distributed on a first-come, first-served basis, and once the money runs out, it’s gone for the year!

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