Residential Solar

Expert Residential Solar Design and
Professional Solar Installation

Solar Options

Solar Panels

Solar panels are installed to absorb the sunlight to produce clean renewable energy that will power your house and reduce the cost of your electric bill.

Power Walls

Enable you to self-power your home through stored backup power. You’ll be ready for utility outages, natural disasters, or simply to go off-grid.

Solar Roof

Turns sunlight into electricity for lower utility bills and energy independence, while complementing your home’s architectural appearance.

Expert Residential Solar Design and Professional Solar Installation

Our knowledgeable energy consultants will work with you to design a residential solar energy system to meet your energy needs, financial goals, and architectural style.

  • Receive a Free On-Site Energy Consultation
  • Proposal and Financing Proposals
  • Residential Solar Installation
  • System Maintenance and Warranty
  • Utility Company Interconnection
  • Installation Only Service
  • Maintenance and Support
  • State and Federal Tax Incentives are Available

If you had asked around a decade ago about solar powered residences, it’s likely that you wouldn’t have found much to go. It simply wasn’t popular at the time.

However, an increase in both government initiatives and public awareness about environmental issues have brought solar energy to the mainstream. One of the best things about this is that installing a solar energy system in your home takes between 3 and 4 tons of carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere each year.

While all of that is great, solar energy can be quite confusing for people in the early stages. Between there being a bunch of unfamiliar terms, sellers, and financing plans, there’s a lot to take it.

This introduction to residential solar energy should help.

Your Project

Installing solar panels in your place of residence.

Why You’re Doing It

Installing solar panels in your residence helps to significantly reduce your carbon footprint and saves around 90-100% of your electricity costs.

Finding an Installer

Although there are plenty of companies out there who will slap some solar cells onto your house, you need an experienced professional to do the job for you well.

Here are some different things to look for in your experienced professional:

  • You want a company that offers a strong warranty. Your panels should be covered for 20 to 25 years, and your inverter should be covered for at least 25 years as well.
  • Your panels should be manufactured in North America. If your manufacturer happens to go under, you’ll still be covered under warranty.
  • The company should handle the installation themselves. If they outsource any of the installation, you never know what you’re going to get.
  • Check to make sure the company’s record with the Better Business Bureau is clean.
  • Check to ensure that the company has legitimate references.

PurSolar and Electrical checks all of these boxes, and we would be more than happy to supply you with any documentation necessary to help you make your decision.

How Solar Panels Work

In the most basic sense, solar panels are photovoltaic (PV) cells. PV cells are batteries that collect sunlight, change that sunlight into energy, send the energy to an inverter, and then convert that into the electricity that you can use to power your home.

Your Cost

Although solar panels were quite expensive not too long ago, the price has dropped roughly 60% since 2011. The national average (including tax incentives) for a PV solar system is now around $17,000.

Our prices at PurSolar and Electrical are highly competitive, and we encourage you to get in touch with us for a detailed quote.

Tax Breaks

One of the best things about solar energy is that the government will pay you to use it. For example, the federal solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) saves you a significant chunk of money. This tax incentive offers you a 30% tax credit for converting to solar energy.

As for local incentives, what your local government will offer you varies by municipality. We encourage you to contact your local government to understand their solar energy program better.

4 Simple Steps to go Solar

1

Solar Consultation

We’ll meet with you to collect data, measure the area, and then decide what products will fit your needs.

2

Agreement

Once you’re happy with the agreement, sign the proposal, make a down payment, and provide us with your APS login information.

3

System Design

The Pur Solar design team will get to work creating your custom solar solution, as well as obtaining installation permits.

4

Installation

Depending on your project size, installation takes about 1-4 days to complete. Once green tagged APS shows up within two weeks.

PurSolar & Electrical did a very professional job!

“PurSolar & Electrical did a very professional job on the new system for our cabin. The system has exceeded our expectations – even on overcast days. We are happy to recommend their service.”

Bernard and Pam Joy

Stoneman Lake, Arizona

We at PurSolar & Electrical of Northern Arizona strive to provide the most professional installation with the best product on the market.

Find Out How Much PurSolar Could Save You!

Installing solar energy into your home is one of the best decisions that you will ever make. Contact us today to see how you can get started.