Take advantage of the extended Federal tax credit for solar
panels (before it’s too late!)
Find out exactly how much solar will save you, including tax and financial incentives that HOMEOWNERS can qualify for.
SAVE UP TO 30% OFF
YOUR ELECTRIC BILL
SAVE UP TO 30% OFF
YOUR ELECTRIC BILL
$0 to enroll | No hidden fees | Upfront pricing with no obligation
Solar Advantage offers many programs that allow residents to go solar with
zero upfront costs and none of the hidden fees that other companies charge.
HOW IT WORKS
Fill out our quick survey to see if you quality for tax credits and incentives towards your solar panel system.
If you qualify for a solar panel system, our team will reach out to you by phone, email, or or text to discuss next steps.
We will provide a completely FREE, no-obligation quote including a 3D design of your home with a full solar panel layout and production estimate. We will review this with you so you can understand just how much of a great savings going solar will be for your home.
If approved, our team will handle all of the designing, engineering, and installation of your brand new solar panel system backed with a full 25-year product warranty.
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WHY CHOOSE SOLAR ADVANTAGE?
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We cannot guarantee what your bill from the utility company will be after going solar, but will provide you the absolute best estimate possible. We will show you how much energy you’ll be able to offset with the solar panel installation (we always strive for 100%). We also know how much the base connection costs are for Florida utility providers and can usually estimate costs to within a half a percentage point. We only factor in current consumption patterns and do not factor in any adjustments for future energy usage changes, like installing a pool or a hot tub on your property. If that is something within your future plans, we can plan for it when designing your system.
Yes. You will continue receiving a bill from your utility company for their standard connection charge any power needs not supplied by your solar system. You will receive a separate bill for your solar from the finance company utilized for your loan.
Yes, and at full credit with none of the electrical losses associated with battery storage. Thanks to Florida’s net-metering law, your new bidirectional smart meter records all the energy you have put back on the grid from the panels from January 1st of each year. During the night and other periods where you need to draw more power than is available through the panels, you draw directly on the energy “stored” on your meter in Kilowatt-hours.
Absolutely not. In Florida, with net metering, the power grid itself acts as your battery. All energy you pull in from the sun gets pushed into the grid. The smart meter your utility installs basically runs both ways and acts like a big power savings account. You push power in which creates a credit. When you use power during the times that your solar system is not producing energy (at night, or an especially cloudy day), you pull from those credits in your “energy savings account” to power your home. We do install battery backup systems for one reason only – storm preparedness. In the event of a major storm that knocks the power grid completely out, you can utilize the stored battery power to run your essential items while the grid is being repaired.
If your solar panel overproduces energy, it’s possible you’ll get a check from your provider at the end of the year. Florida has annual net metering, meaning any overages will be calculated yearly. We strive for a 100% offset of your electricity usage with solar. If you were to find yourself with an overage at the end of the year, the compensation for that electricity will only be at wholesale rates, not retail rates. That’s the exact reason we strive for 100% offset and not over.