Frequently Asked Questions

A 7 kW residential system will typically cost about $25,000, but due to government incentives from the state (25% of the total value from South Carolina only) and federal (30% of the total value) government, and $1 per watt from Duke Energy, this out-of-pocket expense will be reduced to about $6,000 after incentives. Financing options are available allowing the customer to stay $0 out of pocket, call today for promotions and discounts
*Not all homeowners will be eligible for the full tax credit. Please consult a tax professional regarding your unique financial situation.
*For more information about special utility incentives, follow  the links below:
Additional information for the Duke Solar Rebate Form and South Carolina Incentives 

For commercial system pricing, please contact us for more information.

We handle all paperwork for utility interconnection, state registration, and provide a hassle free, A – Z service experience. Your personal information is kept confidential and only released to your utility provider. We provide all documentation required as well as show you how to get the information you need to file for your tax credits. This you can take and do yourself or pass along to your tax professional.

*We always recommend having an accountant look over your taxes so you know exactly how much you can take each year as a credit.

The panels still produce energy on a cloudy day, because the sun’s radiation penetrates cloud cover. The panels will not work in shaded areas.


A solar panel was introduced in the third quarter of 2011 that produces energy at a cheaper rate than coal and nuclear generated power. The annual technological growth is exponential, but government subsidies end in 2016 and the price of solar technology will have reached a similar price as the current subsidized rates by 2016.
No. The electricity you generate from your solar panels is fed back into the grid. At the end of each month your local utility will pay you the market value, plus an additional Solar Renewable Energy Credit (SREC), for each kWh you produce. This is called net metering and owners can actually see their meters spin backwards!

A roof that faces south is the ideal roof for a solar panel system. A roof facing south east or south west will still produce substantial amounts of energy.

Ask us about our solar carports and patio covers as well!

The 3.2 mm thick, tempered solar glass can withstand hail and mounting systems are warrantied for wind gusts of up to 90 mph. Solar panels are covered under most homeowners insurance policies.