Going solar means owning your power instead of paying a utility bill… forever.
Owning a home is a smarter financial decision than renting; we all know that. Solar offers the same opportunity on the energy front. Paying the utility is like renting – the bill comes every month, without building any value or equity. Solar, on the other hand, is your ownership option, and it bumps up your home value, too.
There Are Two Ways to Own Your Panels
We’ve partnered with VSECU, a Vermont-based credit union, and Sunlight Financial, a national energy lender, to provide you with affordable, industry standard solar financing options. Our approval process is quick and friendly, and we have multiple products to choose from. Whether you’re looking for a short term, low-interest option that will save you more money in the long run, or a longer term loan with a super-low monthly payment, we’ve got you covered.
You can also choose to pay for some or all of your solar system without using SunCommon’s financing. Your choice.
Don’t forget the incentives!
No matter how you pay for your solar, there are also various incentives available, depending on your state and tax appetite, that help bring down the total cost.
How do I go solar?
The process for going solar is simple. It starts with filling out our get started form. You can do so by clicking the get started button. If you want to know more details about the process and the steps involved between signing up and turning on the power, click the button below to find out more.