Can I install solar panels for my apartment or rental home?
Not everyone wants to own a home or is in position to do so. In fact, according to Census data analysis done by the Pew Research Center in 2017, more households in the U.S. are renting than at any point since at least 1965. That could be in part attributable to the housing market downturn in mid-to-late 2000s and people wanting more mobility.
But for those looking to enjoy the benefits of owning their own power through the purchase of a rooftop solar panel system or ground-mounted unit, you must be a homeowner to qualify for Power Home Solar’s $0 down program.
It’s not impossible to get solar power in an apartment if you convince your landlord to install a system, but it will be the landlord who owns the system, not you. You will reap the benefits of renting from an environmentally conscious landlord, but chances are that person would bake the solar cost into your lease.
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Solar power is a unique utility because of its ability to be owned by homeowners. You can’t build equity with your cable or gas bills — you are beholden to the rates those utilities charge for their services. But you can own solar energy because no one owns the sun’s energy. Everyone benefits from it.
When circumstances allow for you to own a home, Power Home Solar wants to be the installer you work with.
With our innovative solar program, homeowners in our five-state coverage area (Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina and Virginia) can go solar for $0 up-front cost, save money on their electric bills, and generate their own clean energy. The solar panels installed on your home are American made and come with a 25-year warranty, with many panels expected to last well beyond that. After the install, your solar system is largely maintenance-free, giving you peace of mind for the long haul.
Please feel free to fill out the form below or contact Power Home Solar at 800-765-2715, and one of our solar representatives will help you determine whether your home qualifies for this program.