SunMath Offers Advice to Homeowners On Going Solar

Top Quote Despite the advancements in solar technology, adoption is relatively slow due to lack of supporting infrastructure. SunMath has explained the process of going solar, easing out things for consumers. They advise how an informed decision can be taken regarding solar installation. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) November 06, 2011 - Sunnyvale, CA - Going solar is a complex process due to an array of panel manufacturers, financing options and incentive programs. SunMath has outlined the process of going solar for helping out consumers who want to avail the technology but feel restricted by lack of infrastructure and support. The complexity has slowed down the process of the adoption of solar technology.

    The company holds that while people recognize the need of adopting alternative sources of energy, they are not sure whether the switch will be financially advisable. As a senior executive with the company says, "Financial feasibility decides whether a household will go solar or not. We help you take an informed decision regarding it. Our solar calculators help you find out whether installing a solar panel will help achieve the intended objectives that are better cost efficiency and saving of energy."

    The process of going solar, as SunMath points out, begins by contacting solar installers. They don't have their own products usually, and source materials from the manufacturers. The installers visit the homes and do the survey to gauge the type and size of infrastructure required. Historical electricity consumption of people play a big role in determining the size of the solar system. Solar installers will look at past electricity consumption to decide what size system will fit a property.

    Consumers can use the meeting with solar installers to comprehend the process of going solar. As the executive said, "If they don't volunteer the information, ask them directly. Many installers do a Solar 101 so you understand how solar works and how it will help you reduce your energy costs. They will explain incentives available from multiple sources such as the state or city government, or your local utility as well as financing options. Inquire about the warranties offered. These include manufacturer warranties on inverters and solar panels and installation warranties for worksmanship from the installers themselves."

    The meetings need to be ensued by follow-up research. If the consumers fail to get a trustworthy answer on the Internet, SunMath volunteers itself regarding any kind of information on solar installation. Next step is the review of the proposals sent by the installers. Compare the recommended systems including their tilt, orientation and costs. SunMath solar calculator can help understanding how much production to expect from the proposed system and whether the price makes financial sense, helping consumers to take a well-informed decision.

    About SunMath

    SunMath has made its presence known with its web apps for the solar community. The company is dedicated to helping people figure out if solar is good for them, and how can they go social. They have started a Solar blog on their website to help people understand solar energy usage and adoption better.

    Contact Information

    Phone: 1.855.SUNMATH (786.6284)
    Email: info ( @ ) sunmath dot com

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