Recent Solar Project Highlights

Solar Advantage has helped homeowners and businesses across Florida achieve energy independence through solar photovoltaic PV power and solar-integrated roofing.

600$ Dollar Bill now just a memory for Net Zero Home

This 5000 SQFT home used to be burdened with a 600 dollar power bill each month. Now, that hot tub and AC’s are all serviced by a powerful 35 KW solar PV system with 8,000 watts of secure power if the grid goes down thanks to the SMA inverters’ secure power supplies. Net-Zero Achieved!

Read More »

Net-Zero Homes Aerial Video

Aerial video of Solar Photovoltaic PV and Solar Hotwater systems that eliminate utility power bills from Tampa, St. Pete, and Pinellas, Florida. These homes demonstrate how to make your power bill go to zero even with limited roof space.

Read More »

Springing Energy into the Summer

Solar Advantage Installed a large photovoltaic (PV) electric solar system. on the client’s home. We helped the client get financing so they could start making money on the system right away then helped them file for federal tax credit.

Read More »

“Too Much Shade” Home

The homeowner had been told by another company there was too much shading to install solar energy on the home, but we used our experience and leveraged the tight spaces to design a layout that included 26 panels on the back and sides of the home that are barely visible from the road.

Read More »

7-kW PV System in Tampa

Solar Advantage installed a 7-kilowatt grid-tied solar photovoltaic (PV) system on the roof of a home, including solar water heater power.

Read More »

PV Installation St. Petersburg

Solar Advantage chose and installed the most efficient solar panels available for the photovoltaic (PV) panel installation. Solar Advantage helped the client apply to Duke Energy’s SunSense program and assisted with all required permits.

Read More »

PV and Hot Water in Orlando

Solar Advantage installed a photovoltaic (PV) system on the roof of the client’s house and a solar powered hot water heater. The project encountered some issues due to some inexperience from the City of Orlando’s inspection team but was completed quickly and to code. 

Read More »