The benefits of The Sunlight Advantage® are plentiful, starting with lower electric bills. Solar energy can also help make the future bright and leave a legacy of clean energy and a healthier environment for future generations. Many factors may affect your decision to install a solar system. Please review the questions below to help determine if The Sunlight Advantage is right for you. Then, follow the link to our online qualification screening.
Ideally, ample roof space should face directly south, providing optimum exposure to sunlight throughout the year. Although a south facing roof is ideal, an east to west exposure may still qualify for The Sunlight Advantage but the amount of solar energy generated may be less.
Shading of solar panels due to a building, utility pole, cloud or tree can have a negative impact on the performance of the solar panel system. Even the partial shading of one or two cells from a solar panel can reduce the output dramatically.
It’s best to evaluate the age and condition of your roof. Your roof should be no more than five years old so that the life of the lease coincides with the terms of the manufacturer’s warranty.
The roof must provide ample space to support The Sunlight Advantage system to maximize its potential and ensure proper maintenance of the system.
Installing The Sunlight Advantage system provides the opportunity for you to benefit from the full term of the 20-year lease.
Some property ordinances and deed restrictions may prohibit the installation of a solar system. Check with your homeowner’s association or local building code enforcement agency to determine what restrictions may apply.
A Fair Issac Credit (FICO) score of at least 625, sourced from Experian, is required to qualify.
Click here to enter our online qualification tool.