Solar Panel Frequently Asked Questions

Here a few FAQs. Please consult with one of our certified solar panel installer or a renewable energy expert to get personalized information based on your specific circumstances and location.

Solar panels can significantly reduce your electricity bills, decrease your carbon footprint, increase the value of your property, and provide energy independence.

Solar panels work by converting sunlight into electricity through the photovoltaic (PV) effect, where sunlight excites electrons in the solar cells, generating direct current (DC) electricity.

The cost varies depending on factors like system size, panel efficiency, equipment quality, and installation complexity. It’s recommended to get quotes from multiple installers for accurate pricing.

While it’s not always necessary, it’s recommended to assess your roof’s condition before installation. If your roof needs replacement soon, it might be wise to address that before installing solar panels.

Massachusetts does offer incentives such as tax credits, grants, and net metering programs that allow you to sell excess energy back to the grid, making solar panel installation more cost-effective. Please visit our incentives page for more information.

Have more questions? Please contact us. We’re happy to answer your questions.