Utility costs in Indiana have risen in the last decade, due mostly to the utility’s need to add equipment and services, and to comply with stricter environmental rules. However, when you switch to solar power, you are investing in your home, rather than the utility’s equipment. At POWERHOME Solar, our mission is to increase the number of homes that use solar power in Indiana. That way, Hoosiers can reduce their current electricity bills and keep saving in the future. Our objective is to transform how Indiana homeowners generate their energy.
As leaders in solar power, we’re proud of our accomplishments. We’ve won awards and accolades that make us stand out from other solar companies. But it is the fact that our customers have realized hundreds of thousands in savings that is our most prized reward.
In addition, our commitment to using only American-made solar panels sets us apart from other solar panel companies.
Utilities can be a burdensome expense for Hoosiers since you need water and heat to survive, and you’re often locked in with who provides these necessary services to your home. At POWERHOME Solar, we think that Indiana homeowners shouldn’t have to worry about whether their utility bill will go up unexpectedly. We think that homeowners in Indiana, and the entire U.S., should claim independence from energy companies by switching to solar power.
Often, homeowners in Indiana think about using solar power but hesitate to switch because they think installing solar panels is expensive. In fact, the cost of installing solar panels has fallen more than 70% since 2010. And at POWERHOME Solar, we offer a 100%, $0 down financing plan that makes solar power much more affordable. You can switch to solar with no out-of-pocket expense, or you can choose to buy your solar power outright. Either way, you’ll start seeing a reduction in your energy bill soon.
Known for its production of corn and love of basketball, the Hoosier State gets an average of 4-plus peak sun hours a day, which generates plenty of solar energy for most homes. Peak hours are key, because that’s when solar panels generate the most energy. However, solar panels also create energy during non-peak hours and snowy, cloudy or rainy days.
Solar panel technology has improved immensely in the last decade. In fact, solar panels are now at peak efficiency, which is good news if you want solar panels in Indiana. Modern solar panel design is sleek and practical. They blend in seamlessly with your roof. It is these improvements in design and efficiency that have made solar power in Indiana so practical. When you consider the 30% federal income tax credit, the inevitable rise in electricity rates, and the affordability of solar panels, it’s easy to see how solar panels can benefit Indiana homeowners.
Indiana has electricity prices just below the national average. But those prices aren’t likely to stay so low. Most of the electricity in Indiana is generated by burning millions of tons of fossil fuels. The cost of fossil fuels may be low now, but the environmental costs are high. The combination of dwindling supply and infrastructure maintenance is likely to drive up the cost of electricity in Indiana in the coming years.
Switching to solar power now will put you ahead of the curve. While your neighbors are paying through the nose for electricity generated by outdated fuels, you’ll be sitting pretty generating your own energy with those sweet, shiny solar panels on your roof. Switching to solar power is a win for you and your family.