TAMPA – Eight years after Ty Pennington led the chorus of “Move that bus,” catapulting a corner house on Davis Islands into the national spotlight, the rebuilt structure received a 12 KW solar PV system. The system is enough to bring the energy bill to zero and make the facility “net-zero-energy.”
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.
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.
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.
Solar Advantage installed a solar photovoltaic (PV) on the roof of the client’s home in Pasco.
Solar Advantage installed a 7-kilowatt grid-tied solar photovoltaic (PV) system on the roof of a home, including solar water heater power.
Solar Advantage installed a solar photovoltaic (PV) grid for a home and a solar hot water heater.
Solar Advantage installed a 10-kW photovoltaic (PV) system consisting of 42 solar panels on a standing seam metal roof.
Solar Advantage installed a 10.2 kW Solar Edge photovoltaic (PV) system with a DC optimizer and hot water system for a home in Tampa Palms.
Solar Advantage provided the client with PV production charts over a 25-year span based on the type of panel used.