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The Benefits of Our Solar Solutions Shine Brightly.

You won’t believe how much the SunSource® Home Energy System can do for your home. We’ve seen how much sun shines here in Northeast Kansas, so why not put that energy to work? It may help reduce your heating and cooling bills and even powers other appliances in your home. Actually, it could cut your utility bills by more than half. That’s surely something to be happy about.

Many are asking how they can “go green.” Our answer – for the preeminent environmentally friendly home – is to add solar capabilities. There are countless reasons why solar is great, but we’ll just go into details on three.

  • Solar energy is free. Yes, you have to purchase the system, but when it’s installed the sunlight won’t cost a thing. Plus, your utility expenses will be significantly lower than what you were paying before, it might feel like this energy is nearly free, too.
  • It increases your home’s value. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development surveys have reported that home values rise an average of $20 for every $1 reduction in yearly utility bills. That total will add up quickly with a solar energy system in your Northeast Kansas area home.
  • It’s environmentally responsible. Opposite from coal, oil and gas, the sun’s energy is clean and doesn’t release harmful toxins into the environment. And, your solar energy system will provide plenty of energy to your home, decreasing the amount you use from your local utility grid.

Learn about additional benefits of solar by looking into the links on this page. We describe how solar power works and what your next steps are for adding a solar energy system to your home. You might like seeing how much a solar energy investment pays off by using our solar calculators and reading about rebates and incentives offered by the government. Click each link for more information.

Scott Temperature in Lawrence can help with all your solar-related questions. Give us a ring at 785-269-0465 or schedule your appointment today.