Right about now, during the dog days of summer, the scorching temperatures are making everyone a little stir crazy. It seems like it has been hotter than ever — oh, what’s that? It has been the hottest month in recorded history? Oh, geez.
This week, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released data which confirmed that July 2016 has been the hottest month on record. What’s more, July marks the 15th straight month of record-breaking heat.
You know that energy bill you’ve been complaining about this summer? It’s not dropping anytime soon. The average US home generates 7.4 tons of carbon dioxide every year through electrical use alone. So in addition to taking daily measures to reduce your carbon footprint, let’s talk about how you can lessen your energy consumption in one move: invest in a solar power system for your home.
Buying or leasing solar panels is a big commitment, so you want to make sure you know what you’re doing. Don’t go with the company because you liked their commercial or spokesperson. Talk to a seasoned, unbiased solar expert at Solar Panel Quotes to find out how much it’ll cost to equip your home with solar panels. They can give you quotes based on your location, energy consumption, and the size of your property. There’s no obligation to buy and no charge for the info they provide.
Trinity Solar Or SolarWorld? Which Is Better?
There are so many solar providers to choose from, so we’re going to make it easy and compare the big players for you. We’ve already covered SunRun vs. SolarCity, Sunpower vs. SolarCity, Verengo vs. Vivint Solar, and RGS Energy vs. Sungevity.