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Solar Panels in North Carolina

North Carolinians could potentially save money on their electric bill today and into the future. Request a free quote to go solar today.

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Building a Movement in North Carolina

POWERHOME SOLAR helps North Carolina homeowners and businesses potentially reduce their dependence on grid energy, their environmental impact, and their monthly electric bills. Join our NC solar energy movement to discover how high the return on investment could be for you.

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Get Solar Energy in NC from POWERHOME SOLAR

As the top residential solar company in NC, POWERHOME SOLAR installs premium solar panels in Raleigh, Fayetteville, Asheville and other cities across the Tar Heel State. Along with our extensive industry experience, we offer an exclusive Energy Efficiency Package, battery storage through our partnership with Generac, financing for qualified homeowners, and professional installation.

The solar panels we install are American-made and come with a 25-year manufacturer’s warranty, so you’ll feel confident in your solar investment.

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Carolina Panthers Join the Solar Movement

POWERHOME SOLAR brought solar power to Bank of America Stadium, home of the Carolina Panthers. Our partnership helped the Panthers increase their energy efficiency and shrink their carbon footprint. We continue to promote green initiatives through our many partnerships with professional sports teams across the nation.
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POWERHOME Partners with Duke Athletics

Duke University is committed to developing future leaders. POWERHOME SOLAR is committed to building a world for those leaders powered by clean, renewable solar energy. As the official solar provider for Duke Athletics, we’re proud to support the hopes and dreams of students and graduates for years to come.

Why Go Solar In North Carolina

Qualified North Carolina homeowners have the opportunity to potentially save thousands by going solar. You can use federal, state and local tax programs, such as the 26% federal solar investment tax credit (ITC), as well as net metering credits to alleviate some of the costs. In addition, going solar and adding battery storage will help you own your power and potentially limit the burden of unpredictable price increases from your utility provider. Learn about the benefits of solar energy today.

3-Step Solar Panel Installation
in North Carolina

POWERHOME SOLAR follows a simple and convenient 3-step sales process to provide North Carolina residents with a hassle-free solar panel installation experience. In the section below, learn what you can expect as you go solar.

 
Step 1

Request A Free Estimate

Start the process by completing a form to receive a call from a POWERHOME SOLAR consultant. We’ll confirm your location and assess the amount of sunlight your roof receives to determine if you qualify for solar. If you do, we’ll schedule your free, in-home consultation when you’re ready.
 
Step 2

Receive A Free In-Home Consultation

During your consultation, a POWERHOME SOLAR representative will evaluate your property and analyze your current electric bill to see how many solar panels you’ll need for your home. Then, we’ll present a custom proposal based on the power consumption of you and your family. After it’s signed, we’ll do all the behind-the-scenes work in preparation for your installation.
 
Step 3

Schedule Your Solar Panel Installation

On installation day, you can expect our team to be professional, thorough and knowledgeable. We’ll take steps to ensure efficient, proper installation of your solar panels and then clean up after ourselves. Soon, you’ll be generating your own solar power and potentially saving money on electricity expenses.

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Don’t Rent Your Power, Own Your Power in North Carolina

North Carolina ranks second in solar capacity nationally, and more than 750,000 homes are powered by solar in the state. Adding solar panels and battery storage to your home will help you lock in a monthly rate for your solar energy system. And once you pay your system off, you'll be generating energy that's completely free to you. As utility companies continually charge more for electricity, you could potentially save thousands of dollars.

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POWERHOME SOLAR Offices In North Carolina

Solar panel installations in North Carolina are expected to increase by more than 3,700 megawatts over the next five years, and you could help us build the solar movement. Find the POWERHOME SOLAR North Carolina office near you:

POWERHOME SOLAR Mooresville Office

POWERHOME SOLAR Charlotte Office

POWERHOME SOLAR Kannapolis Office

POWERHOME SOLAR Raleigh Office

Frequently Asked Questions

Will Solar Panels Save Me Money in North Carolina?

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Our customers have saved hundreds of thousands of dollars on their electric bills by adding solar power. The best way to know how much you can potentially save with solar power is to contact one of our solar specialists. They’ll set an appointment to meet you and evaluate your home and your specific energy needs.

Will Solar Panels Damage My Roof?

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Properly-installed solar panels will not damage your roof. They’ll actually turn your roof into an asset. At POWERHOME SOLAR, not only do we install solar energy systems, we can install a new roof if you need one. We have the knowledge required to ensure your solar panels are installed correctly.

Do Solar Panels Work in the NC Winter?

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Solar panels are powered by light, not heat, so they work in winter. In fact, the cold temperature can improve solar panel output. The snow can reflect light and help further improve their performance. Solar panels continue to work even on cloudy days. However, solar panel production will be temporarily affected if your panels are covered by too much snow.

Still Have Questions?

Call 704.870.3670 today and start saving money with solar.