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Solar Panels in Ohio

If you’re ready to potentially reduce your electric bills and lower your carbon footprint, it’s time to go solar. Request your free quote to see if your property qualifies.

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Building a Movement in Ohio

Businesses and homeowners across the Buckeye State are going solar, with the number of installations skyrocketing over the past few years. At POWERHOME SOLAR, we’re committed to growing this movement and providing premium solar panels to Ohio residents.

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As of 2020, Ohio currently ranks 30th nationally for solar installed capacity and is projected to install over 1,600 megawatts of solar over the next five years. Join the movement today and contact the POWERHOME SOLAR Ohio office near you.

POWERHOME SOLAR Cincinnati Office
(513) 274-6510
1330 Kemper Meadow Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45240

POWERHOME SOLAR Cleveland Office
(216) 446-7122
7700 Hub Parkway, Suite 1
Valley View, OH 44125

(614) 412-1170
510 East Wilson Bridge Rd.
Worthington, OH 43085

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POWERHOME SOLAR is one of the leading solar companies in Ohio. We’re proud to provide American-made solar panels and Generac battery backup technology to customers in Cleveland, Columbus and beyond.

To help make solar power more appealing and accessible to all, we offer customers our exclusive Energy Efficiency Package, flexible financing and expert panel installation. There’s also a 25-year manufacturer’s warranty on the panels we install.

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Expand Their Sustainability

By partnering with POWERHOME SOLAR to install solar panels at Progressive Stadium, the Cleveland Indians continue to be industry leaders with their proactive approach to sustainable energy. Using sustainable technologies not only benefits the community, but also benefits baseball.

Ohio Solar Incentives & Benefits

Homeowners in Ohio could potentially save on solar power with the current 26% federal income tax credit (ends in 2022) and other state-level tax incentives, net metering credits and flexible financing. Solar panels also can help you reduce your dependence on grid energy and potentially lower your monthly energy costs. Learn more about why going solar might be a smart investment for you.

3 Steps to Solar Installation in OH

At POWERHOME SOLAR, we’ve developed a seamless solar panel installation process. We help Ohio residents add solar power to their homes in just three easy steps. Explore our process to understand how it all works:

Step 1

Request A Free Quote

To begin your solar journey, fill out the form and a POWERHOME SOLAR representative will reach out to you. We’ll verify your location and analyze how much sunlight your roof or property receives to confirm you qualify for solar. Once we’ve determined that your home is a good candidate for solar, we’ll schedule a free, in-home consultation to learn more about your home and your energy needs.
Step 2

Receive a Free In-Home Consultation

To provide you with the most effective solar panel proposal, one of our energy consultants will visit your home. They’ll assess your energy usage and take a look at your house to determine the solar panel configuration that would be most beneficial for you. Using this information, we’ll create a customized proposal for your new solar panel system.
Step 3

Schedule Your Solar Panel Installation

Once you’ve agreed to the proposal and signed your contract, we’ll complete the behind-the-scenes work to get your solar project ready for installation. After that happens, it will be time to call you to schedule your solar panel installation. The entire installation takes just one or two days, during which our expert installers will carefully install your new solar panels. We always strive to leave your property the way we found it, so there should be nothing for you to do during or after your installation.

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Don’t Rent Your Power, Own Your Power in Ohio

While the price of traditional energy continues to rise, the price of going solar in Ohio has plummeted over the past several years. This has inspired more businesses and homeowners to add clean, renewable energy via solar panels. Going solar helps you to reduce your dependence on traditional energy companies, allowing you to potentially save money on your electric bills every month.

A common misperception is that Ohio isn’t good for solar energy because winters there are typically overcast. While Ohio doesn’t get as much sunlight as other obvious states for solar energy such as Arizona or Florida, it gets more than enough to make solar panels viable.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Will I Save on Solar Panels in Ohio?

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Solar panels help you potentially save on your electric bills by allowing you to generate your own power, thereby reducing your dependence on your energy company. How much you can potentially save depends on several factors, such as your current energy consumption rate and your solar panel configuration. The best way to find out how you can potentially save with solar power in Ohio is to contact one of our solar consultants.

Will Solar Panels Damage my Roof?

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When installed correctly, solar panels will not damage your roof. At POWERHOME SOLAR, we install solar energy systems, in addition to re-roofing homes. We have the expertise needed to install solar panels in a way that does not damage your roof.

Does Winter Weather Affect the Way Solar Panels Work?

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Solar panels are powered by light, not heat. As long as there is sunlight, they will generate power, even in winter or on cloudy days. In fact, snow reflects light and may help improve the performance of solar panels. It’s important to note that solar power generation will be temporarily affected if your panels are covered by too much snow.

Still Have Questions?

Call 614.412.1170 today and start saving money with solar.