Solar Tax Credit Changes — What You Need To Know

If you’re a Florida homeowner who recently purchased a solar system for your home, you may be wondering about the solar tax credit changes and what they mean for you.

What is the Solar Tax Credit?

A tax credit is a one-for-one dollar amount reduction from income tax that you would have paid without the credit.

The federal solar investment tax credit (ITC) reduces your income tax in exchange for going solar.

This tax credit allows homeowners to deduct a portion of the cost of installing a solar system from their federal taxes. Since 2006, the ITC has been a key driver of the solar industry’s growth in recent years and will continue to do so thanks to new changes.

Here’s what you need to know.

What’s New in 2023?

First, the good news: the solar tax credit is still available, and it remains a powerful tool for homeowners looking to install solar systems.

The tax credit was set to phase out in 2023, but in August of 2022, the Federal Government signed the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 into law. Among numerous climate-conscious consumer and industry incentives, the most impactful is the increase, expansion and extension of the Residential Clean Energy Credit—also known as the Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC).

Solar Benefits Have Increased: The biggest update to the solar credit is the amount of credit you can apply against your income tax has been raised from 26% up to 30%.

Solar Benefits Have Been Expanded: The new law expands the covered expenses to include the cost of the solar panels and their components, sales tax, permits and other fees, essential wiring, inverter systems, hardware, site prep and installation charges.

Solar Benefits Have Been Extended: The solar tax credit has also been extended until 2032 before it begins to phase out in 2033. At that time, the credit amount steps down to 26%. In 2034 it will be reduced even further down to 22% and eliminated for the tax year 2035.

How Do I Claim the Solar Tax Credit?

If you installed a solar energy system in the 2022 tax year, the good news is the tax credit is retroactive and can be used towards your upcoming taxes.

Eligibility requirements to receive the Solar Tax Credit include:

  • The solar power system is an original, new installation or is operational for the first time.
  • You own the solar power system outright or have financed the parts and installation with a loan.
  • You aren’t leasing the solar power system or paying anyone for the energy created by the system.
  • You’re claiming the credit based on the cost of the solar power system, its components, installation and fees. Items and appliances that operate on the created energy aren’t included in this tax credit.

Consult your tax accountant to ensure your eligibility and for exception information. You’ll need to complete and include Form 5695 with your federal tax return for the tax period in which the solar power system is first installed and made operational.

When Should You Go Solar?

So what does this mean for Florida homeowners who want to install solar systems? Simply put, it means that solar is a great investment right now. If you’re thinking about installing a solar system, it’s in your best interest to do so sooner rather than later, while the tax credit is still available at a high rate. The credit can help you take advantage of the many benefits of going solar.

Benefits of going Solar

Overall, the solar tax credit changes are an important consideration for any Florida homeowner who is interested in saving money on their home energy bill by going solar. As energy bills continue to skyrocket, understanding the changes and acting quickly to take advantage of the tax credit will make living in your Florida home more affordable for you and your family.

Call Florida Solar for a Free Quote

For over 40 years, Florida Solar has installed residential and commercial solar panels and pool systems. We are the area’s premier solar installation company because we will:

  • Schedule a free solar savings consultation
  • Develop your custom solar design
  • Handle the permitting
  • Install your system

We’ve helped people like you throughout the Tampa Bay area enjoy the benefits of lower energy costs. Read the great things they have to say about working with Florida Solar.

If you’re interested in adding a solar energy system to your home, contact us for a free quote or call us at 727-513-3873.

How to Choose the Right Solar Energy Company

When it comes to choosing a company that installs solar energy systems, there are a few common mistakes that people make.

  • Going cheap. The cheapest option does not guarantee a quality product. It’s a way for a company to make a quick sale and then move on. You’ll likely never hear from them again when you need your system serviced.
  • Trusting a friendly door-to-door salesman. Some companies will hire a sales force on the cheap to find customers. If someone knocks on your door to sell you on anything, a big red flag should go up.Sure, it may seem like a convenience to not have to do any research on your own and just trust a smiling face. However, we recommend avoiding salesmen who knock on your door and don’t have any facts to back up their claims (like “solar is free” or some other such nonsense).These door knockers may be very friendly, but that doesn’t mean the product or company they represent is high quality. You’ll usually know who you’re dealing with because they don’t have in-depth knowledge of solar energy systems.Instead, they will set up an appointment for you to speak to the company’s high-pressure salesmen, who try to force you into making a quick decision.
  • Saying yes because of high-pressure tactics. If someone says “sign this contract now to get this great deal,” run. While there may be tax advantages to installing a system in 2022, you shouldn’t feel obligated by a solar energy company to agree right now to an installation.

How to Select the Right Solar Company

Research is essential when selecting a solar company. You don’t have to spend hours on end; just a few minutes for a few days should work as long as you know what to look for:

  • Do they have an office? Companies without an office or website can be crossed off your list of candidates.
  • Are they skilled in the details of quality solar installation? One common problem we see all the time is a lack of quality. New customers will complain that it is costing them more utility bills than prior to installing solar. Typically, this is due to the fact that the “knock on your door” salesman is not an expert in the field, and they quoted the customer the wrong-sized system.

But once the panels are attached to your roof, the system is yours.  If the system doesn’t work properly or isn’t the right size for your home, you have to deal with it.

However, it will be almost impossible to have the installer return to the job to make it right because most of the “companies/installers” would have already left town to move onto the next set of customers. The only solution at that point is to call another solar company to fix their problem.

  • Do they fully understand your utility’s rates and how you are to be credited for the solar energy you generate? Ask every candidate to show you examples of installations similar to yours, along with proof of lower utility bills. Electricity providers like Duke Energy and Tampa Electric offer net-metering programs.
  • Do they get good reviews? Look for testimonials on their website, as well as customer feedback on Google and sites like Yelp.
  • Are they licensed and insured? Ask each candidate to show you their qualifications in writing. You can then verify their license on the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation website.

Also, be sure to get a handful of quotes in writing, including a detailed description of the work being proposed.

Learn More About Florida Solar

For over 40 years, Florida Solar has installed and stood behind high-quality residential and commercial solar panels and pool systems. If you are interested in adding a solar energy system to your home, contact us for a free quote or call us at 727-300-1515.

Want to learn more about the benefits of solar and working with Florida Solar? Contact us and we’ll answer your questions.

How to Confidently Add Solar Electric to Your Home

Solar energy systems continue to rise in popularity, and it’s easy to see why once you understand how they work and their benefits.

These systems work by converting the power of the sun into usable electrical power for your appliances and electronics. You’re probably familiar with the solar panels that people install on their roofs. Within these panels are photovoltaic cells – also knowns as PVs – that absorb the sun’s radiation and convert it to usable electricity for your home.

As you consider whether to add a solar energy system to your home, there are two major factors to consider: the benefits of your investment, and who you choose to partner with.

We’ll address both of those issues in this article.

What are the Benefits of Switching to Solar Electric?

Going solar is popular, and that popularity is reflected in the record-setting growth of residential solar installations. Here are a few great reasons your neighbors and fellow Floridians are investing in solar energy systems for their homes:

  • Save money off your electric bill. The more you use solar power, the less you have to pay your electric company. Through net metering, your electricity provider will apply the excess energy your solar panels create as credits off your bill. Learn about the factors that affect how much you can save.
  • It’s clean. Solar power is green energy, which means it’s renewable and plentiful and does not pollute the environment. As we move away from fossil fuels, we emit fewer pollutants into the air.
  • It’s renewable and sustainable. The sun is a reliable source of power. A solar energy system replenishes itself naturally and will not run out.
  • It Increases your home’s value. Homes with solar panels sell for about four percent (4%) more in Florida than those without panels.
  • Keep the electricity flowing. A solar energy system will power the battery backups in your home so that you can keep the power on when there’s a blackout.

If you’re worried about the reliability of solar panels on your roof, we can assure you that the panels we install are durable. They can withstand the wet, stormy weather – including hurricanes — we frequently experience here in Florida. With proper maintenance, you can expect them to perform at a high level for up to 40-50 years.

There’s also an immediate financial incentive to adding solar power to your home this year: You can save up to 26% off your solar project costs on your 2022 tax return if you install your system this year.

How to Find a Reliable Solar Energy System Installer

When looking for a company to install your system, here are a few tips to follow:

  • Look at the customer ratings and testimonials. You judge a company by the quality of service they provide. Customer reviews will tell you what it’s like to work with a business and whether they are honest in their prices and processes. You’ll often see company ratings when you look them up on Google. Also, pay attention to reviews from the Better Business Bureau.
  • Ask questions. It’s your money, and you want to make sure you’re spending it wisely. Ask each candidate about their process and timeline for designing and installing a system, what kind of warranties they offer, who the main contact will be to straighten out any issues, and how responsive they are.
  • Make sure they are licensed and insured. Ask each candidate to show you proof that they are licensed for general electrical contracting and wiring. You’ll also want to see their general liability insurance.
  • Get price and service quotes from different providers. This will help you make apples-to-apples comparisons between the companies so you have a clear idea of the value you can expect from each one.

Florida Solar is a family-owned business led by Bill Park. Bill has been designing and installing residential and commercial solar systems since 1984. When you work with Bill, you are working with an industry veteran.

The quality of our work reveals itself in the performance of the systems we install, so we invite you to read what our customers say about us.

Learn More About Florida Solar

For over 40 years, Florida Solar has installed residential and commercial solar panels and pool systems. If you are interested in adding a solar energy system to your home, contact us for a free quote or call us at 727-300-1515.

Want to learn more about the benefits of solar and working with Florida Solar? Contact us and we’ll answer your questions.

Converting Your Pool to a Salt Water System: How it Works and the Benefits

You already know that Florida Solar installs the best pool heating systems. These solar-powered systems can save you hundreds of dollars a year over electric, gas, and high-efficiency heat pumps.

But did you know that we can also convert your chlorine pool to a saltwater pool? What are the benefits to this switch? Read on to learn the benefits and why you can rely on Florida Solar as your source and partner.

Benefits of Saltwater Pools

Common table salt can safely and effectively produce all the chlorine a pool needs, whether it’s in your back yard or a commercial pool. A pool salt system has a lot of advantages over the conventional type. Here are just a few reasons why a pool salt system in the right choice for perfect pool water:

  • No more chlorine to buy. No chlorine means no more red eyes or damaged hair after swimming.
  • Easy to use. Systems like the Pool Pilot® Digital Nano+ do nearly all the work for you.
  • Soft, great-feeling water. Because it doesn’t contain harsh chemicals, a saltwater pool leaves your skin feeling silky to the touch.

Saltwater is also gentler on your swimsuits and pool toys. The salinity in a saltwater pool is less than a tenth of that found in ocean water. Pool salt systems are also much less expensive to maintain than your chlorinated pool.

Perfect Pool Water, without the Chlorine

To find the right salt system for your pool, we assess a number of areas, including:

  • The size of your pool. The larger your pool, the more cleaning it requires.
  • How often you use your pool. Do you use your pool year-round on a daily basis – or would you like to? Do you like to host fun pool parties during birthdays? We’ll make sure your pool is always ready for every event – whether you have friends over, or you just want to relax and enjoy the water with family.

To give you crystal clear pool water, we install the Pool Pilot® Digital Nano+, which includes microprocessor controls with a digital read-out of your pool water temperature, its current salt level, purifier production level, and more.

It also tells you how much salt to add if it runs low. The Nano+ will maintain pools up to 32,000 gallons with its PPC2 patented manifold. And it’s just a simple installation away.

Maintaining Your Saltwater Pool

The great news is that pools cleaned with salt systems are easy to maintain. No more constantly shocking your pool with chlorine. They require a fraction of the maintenance of a chlorine system, and you only need to clean it a couple of times every few months.

Florida Solar can inspect your pool and let you know when the salt chlorinator cell needs to be replaced. After installation, we’ll also share our tips for keeping your filter and pump working in top condition so you can enjoy a clean pool all year long. Through our training, you’ll understand how to use pool test strips to test your water for salinity, pH balance, alkalinity, and hardness. By checking these on just a monthly basis, you’ll know your pool is always ready and safe to enjoy.

Switch to a Saltwater Pool with Florida Solar

For over 40 years, Florida Solar has been the leader in residential and commercial solar panels and pool systems. If you are interested in converting your pool to a salt system, contact us for a free quote or call us at 727-300-1515.

How Much You Save When You Install Solar Panels

You’re interested in bringing solar power into your home. But before you commit, you want to understand the process of adding solar panels as well as your options for financing.

In this article, we’ll go over the savings you can enjoy on the cost of installation, as well as the savings you’ll see on your electricity costs.

Benefits of installing solar panels

People install solar panels for different reasons, but one of the main ones is lower electricity bills. This is especially important here in Florida, where our hot weather lasts beyond summer, and we need to run our air conditioning almost non-stop. Some of the benefits of solar panels include:

  • Higher property values. As we noted in our article on solar panels and home values, homes with solar panels sell for 4% more than those without.
  • Protection against rising electricity rates. Florida homeowners pay among the highest energy costs in the nation.
  • Reduction of your carbon footprint. Going green is another major factor that influences people to move to solar power. Installing panels reduces the greenhouse gases that pollute the air and lead to higher temperatures.

How much do you save when you install solar panels?

The amount you save on your electricity bill when you install a solar photovoltaic system depends on a few factors, including:

  • How much electricity you use. If you have high bills, expect to see a greater reward when you switch to solar.
  • The hours of direct sunlight your home receives.
  • The retail rate charged by your electricity provider for the surplus energy your solar panels generate. Learn more about net metering.

During our free consultation, Florida Solar’s experts can help determine how much you will save on your electricity bill. For more insight into the factors we look at, read our article “How to Estimate Your Savings When Switching to Solar.”

Installing solar panels onto a home

Some homeowners worry about the process of placing solar panels on the roofs. They’re concerned it will take too long and cause too much of a disturbance. A few are concerned they have an unusual house that will make installation difficult.

We’ve seen it all, and we’ve been able to put all of our customers’ minds at ease while meeting their demands.

That’s why you want to work with Florida Solar.

We let you know upfront how long the process will take from start to finish. We also take care of the entire design and installation process so that it is headache-free and doesn’t disturb your daily routine. Need to delay the install because of circumstances beyond your control? No problem. Our professional team is flexible and will work with you so that the process is fast, high quality, and stress-free.

Here’s how, in just a few steps, we help you go solar:

  • You schedule a free solar savings consultation
  • We design your custom solar system
  • We obtain all the needed permits to move forward with the work
  • We install your system. 

Now you can enjoy solar energy that works for you and saves you money.

Solar financing – what are my options? 

Adding solar to your home doesn’t have to be a big out-of-pocket expense. In fact, there are resources that can lower your cost of installation.

We partner with home improvement lenders that make it easy to afford your solar system. The financing process is quick and easy, and you don’t need to put any money down.

Another resource for lowering your cost is the Federal Solar Tax Credit. This is where you’ll receive 26% of your total project costs (including equipment, permitting, and installation) as a credit on your federal tax return. 

Let’s say you owe money on your federal taxes. You can claim 26% of your project expenses and deduct that from what you owe to the IRS. Just be aware that the tax credit of 26% expires on December 31, 2022, and falls to 22% in 2023. If you want to maximize your savings, now is the time to act!

To learn more, read our article “How to Get the Solar Tax Credit for 2022.”

Go solar with Florida Solar

For over 40 years, Florida Solar has been installing residential and commercial solar panels. We also service your system, so you can rely on us for the ongoing maintenance that keeps your system performing at a high level for years to come. 

Call us at 727-300-1515 or click here for a free quote. Our experts are available to come out to your home and explain the assessment and installation processes. Current Florida Solar customers compliment us on how thoroughly we explain the entire solar installation process and answer all of their questions. We look forward to providing that same high level of service to you. 

What Is Net Metering?

Net-metering is a process by which homeowners who have solar energy systems can get “credits” from their utility provider for any energy their solar panels create but isn’t used to power their home.

Homeowners can then use this credit to help pay for the energy they use through their traditional electric company. Your provider will deduct the total amount of surplus energy and subtract it as a credit from your monthly bill. This is sometimes described as “selling” the extra energy your panels produce to your utility company (like TECO and Duke Energy).

How can net metering help me?

If you already have a solar energy system installed in your home, you can get credit for the excess energy your system produces at the retail rate charged by your utility. Then you can take those credits and use them to pay for your electric bills during the winter months when you generate less solar power.

If you don’t yet have a system installed but you’re thinking about it, there’s a good reason to start now so you can get the current net-metering benefits.

New bill would lower net-metering credits for Florida homeowners

new bill passed by the Florida Legislature and that awaits the governor’s signature will reduce the amount of solar credits for those who install solar panels after January 2024 (with decreasing percentages of the retail charge being applied in subsequent years).

However, those who install their solar energy systems by January 2024 will be grandfathered in and receive full retail rates for their surplus energy for the next 20 years.

Bring solar energy into your home

Another great reason to install solar now: the federal solar tax credit, which lets you take 26% of the cost of your system as a tax deduction as long as it’s installed by Dec. 31, 2022. The credit falls two 22% for systems installed in 2023.

Florida Solar specializes in installing solar energy systems into homes throughout the Tampa Bay area. Call Florida Solar at 727-877-3175 (or fill out the contact form) to get a complimentary quote to bring the green energy and money-saving power of solar into your home.

How to Get the Solar Tax Credit for 2022

As spring and summer get closer, so does the prospect of high bills to cool our homes. The average monthly electric bill in Florida is over $140. However, your bill will probably be much higher than that during the summer months, when you need to run your A/C system constantly to keep your house cool.

One way to beat the heat and the high bills is by switching to a solar electric system. When you use solar energy for your home, you reduce your reliance on your power company. That means you avoid high costs, and you do something great for the environment by going green.

If you’re concerned about the expense of installing a solar photovoltaic system because of the cost, you should consider the potential tax savings.

What is the solar tax credit? 

The federal solar tax creditallows you to write down what you owe in taxes based on a percentage of what you spent on a solar photovoltaic system. In 2022, the solar tax credit is 26%, but it expires on December 31, 2022

As long as your new system is installed by then in a single-family home that you own, you can take the credit when you file your taxes next year (please work with your certified public account to verify your savings). You’ll receive 26% of your total project costs (including equipment, permitting fees, and installation) as a credit on your federal tax return.  

When you install a solar photovoltaic system, you will benefit from:

  • Lowers your monthly electric bills
  • Do your part to reduce your carbon footprint
  • A reliable source of clean energy

There’s no maximum amount that can be claimed on your taxes. For more information but the federal tax credit, visit’s “Homeowners Guide to the Federal Tax Credit for Solar Photovoltaics.”

Bring solar energy into your home

Florida Solar specializes in installing solar energy systems into the homes of residences throughout the Tampa Bay area. Contact Florida Solar to learn more about the solar tax credit at You can also call us at 727-877-3175 for a free quote on a new solar energy system. Our experts are ready to answer your questions show you the financing options available to you.

Why Aren’t My Solar Panels Working Right?

If you already have solar power feeding your home, congratulations. You’ve invested in a resource that, over the long-term, will likely save on your electric bills. You’ll also be doing your part as we all try to help the environment by relying more on clean sources of energy like the sun.

However, there may be times when your panels aren’t delivering as expected. Maybe your panels are newly installed but aren’t performing as well as promised. Perhaps you’ve had the system for a while and now you’ve noticed a drop-off.

How to know your solar panels aren’t working

Many homeowners will decide they have a problem after looking at their electric bill. However, this is unreliable. For one thing, your photovoltaic system may be working fine, but a combination of weather and your energy usage will factor into how much excess energy you are given credit for by your electric company. Also keep in mind that your bill won’t tell you how much your system generated for use in your home.

Some more accurate signs of a faulty system include:

  • An orange or red light on your inverter
  • The kilowatt hours on your solar meter aren’t increasing
  • Cracks in the solar panels. This will negatively impact their ability to generate power.

What causes solar panels to stop working effectively?

Besides panels that have been physically damaged, here are some factors that may cause panels to underperform:

  • Dirty panels. In Florida, we got a lot of rain to wash away the dirt and grime that can build up on panels. But there are those dry spells we go through now and then, especially during the winter months. In a short amount of time, things like pollen, leaves, pine needles, and sap can cover the panels and prevent them from working effectively.
  • Cloudy days. If the sun’s rays are being partially blocked, don’t expect your system to work at peak performance.
  • The angle of your panels. A professional should have installed your panels so that they receive maximum sunlight throughout the day. Poor installation may explain the lack of power.

If you suspect one or more of these to be an issue, or you think your system’s performance has fallen well below what it had been generating, please let us now.

Call Florida Solar for a free inspection of your system

Your solar energy system will never be 100% efficient. But if it’s performing well below what you were promised or should reasonably expect, it’s time for an inspection.

If you can tell that your solar panels are dirty, don’t try to clean them yourself. This is a delicate process and you may end up causing more damage.

Also, if you’re not sure your inverter if working right, contact us now at Florida Solar to discuss your repair options. We can provide you a full inspection of your system to put your mind at ease. We’ll also clean your panels and restore them to proper operating condition.

For those of you who are current Florida Solar customers, have you had your yearly checkup? Even if your system is working perfectly – and we expect it will be! – an annual inspection is the best way to ensure it stays that way.

Contact us online or call us at 727-877-3175. Our experts are available to listen to your concerns and schedule a time to inspect your system and put your mind at ease.

How to Estimate Your Savings When Switching to Solar

When we invest in something – a home, a car, a new appliance — we expect a return that we can quantify in financial and intangible terms. With that in mind, for this article we think it appropriate to offer a clear explanation of one of the homeowner investments that can deliver big returns: solar energy systems. After helping you understand what they are, we’ll look at their benefits and the financial savings you can expect when you add solar power to your home.

What are solar energy systems?

Residential solar energy systems collect sunlight and convert it into usable energy through photovoltaic panels – the ones you see on roofs. That energy can then be converted to create the electricity you need to power your home, including appliances, electronics, devices, and heating and cooling systems. The energy that isn’t used immediately can be stored in batteries. And because solar energy has the sun as its source, it is endlessly renewable.

The benefits of installing a solar system

Back to this idea of a return on investment. Just on these accounts, solar energy has many benefits for the homeowner, including:

  • Cost savings. The more you use solar power, the less you have to pay the rates for consuming electricity from your electric company.
  • It’s clean. It reduces the amount of air pollution. The more we move away from fossil fuels, the fewer pollutants we expel into the air. When we go solar, we are going “green.”
  • It’s renewable and sustainable. While fossil fuels are nonrenewable, a solar energy system replenishes itself naturally and will not run out.
  • It Increases your home’s value. As we’ve noted before, research shows that homes with solar panels sell for about four percent (4%) more in Florida than those without.

Discover your solar savings with Florida Solar

Our experts at Florida Solar are ready to talk about your energy goals. We will help you determine your estimated savings when you make the move to solar power. Factors that influence your savings include:

  • Hours of direct sunlight
  • Angle and size of your roof
  • Size of the system
  • Amount of power you need in your home
  • Number of solar panels

Call us at 727-300-1515 for a consultation about how much you can save on your current electric bill when you make the move to solar power. Our experts are available to assess your needs and answer your questions about energy savings, operating costs, and installation costs. We’ll help you determine the best solar panels for your home and how many you need. With Florida Solar on your side, you’ll have right solution for your family.

Do Solar Panels Boost Your Home’s Value? – YES!

Your home’s value is a critical part of your financial well-being. You expect to reap significant rewards from the amount you invested – possibly to sell the home, and possibly to keep it in the family.That’s why you take care of your house. It’s why you spend your time and money on the upgrades that boost its value.Consider solar panels as an essential value creator that puts your finances to good use. In today’s article we’ll look at the ability for solar panels to increase the worth of your Florida home.

Solar panels increase your home’s value

On this site, we’ve shared information about solar power and its benefits, which include an increase in property values. Research by Zillow, the online real estate marketplace, bears this out. As reported by CNBC:“Installing solar panels in a home not only helps to reduce current monthly utility bills; it can potentially increase the home’s value by up to 4.1% more than comparable homes with no solar panels.”That same article also ranks the top 10 states with the highest resale premiums once solar panels are factored in. Florida, as you would expect, is among those states. Homes in the Sunshine State with solar panels sell for 4% more than those without. It stands to reason that larger homes that have been well maintained will see larger boosts to their value. And since bigger homes are those that use greater amounts of energy, a solar installation is financially wise on both counts.

Make the move to solar today

Solar panels are more than just eco-friendly – a worthy cause on its own. They are also a smart long-term investment because of how much they lower your energy costs. And as we’ve explained before, the federal solar tax credit makes going solar very affordable. To these benefits you can add a home that will be worth more by the time you’re ready to sell.Florida Solar has over 40 years of experience installing residential and commercial solar panels. Whether you are a homeowner right now or about to become one, contact us to schedule a free solar savings consultation. We’ll help you calculate your potential savings and be your one reliable source for everything you need.Call us at 727-300-1515. Our experts are available to explain the assessment and installation processes, so you understand how quickly and easily you can start adding to your home’s equity.