Grandfather Goes with Rooftop Solar in South Burlington, Vermont
Nick Andrews Sees Rooftop Solar as Legacy for his Grandchildren
Nick Andrews believes in being environmentally responsible. His environmental action can be traced back to his participation in early Earth Day events in the late 60s and 70s. Now, with 7 children and 17 grandchildren, Andrews’ sees the importance of solar as a legacy. He had SunCommon install rooftop solar on his South Burlington home in 2016 and since then he has encouraged his neighbors to go solar.
The system we installed in March 2016 was 3.69 kW (that’s 11 panels)!
SunCommon did a really fine job for us. We haven’t paid an electric bill since the month we put the panels on. Period. None. And we still have credit... We have 7 Children, 17 Grandchildren. We want that to be a bit of a legacy. We raised our children to appreciate gardens, open land, and nature. I don’t want to see that all disappear in my lifetime. That was a big reason for putting the panels on. Why not use the sun to electrify your home? You don't lose anything on it.
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