Will I Save Money By Having Solar Shingles Installed?
The amount of money that you can save is dependent on several factors.
First, how large is your roof? Large roofs increase the number of solar shingles. Increasing the number of shingles will help pull down your monthly electric bill expenditure.
Second, how much sun does your roof get throughout the year? Tree cover and nearby buildings can impact the amount of sun your roof gets throughout the year.
That said, utilities aren’t getting cheaper. In fact, the cost of electricity in North Carolina rises 1.35% every year on average. Your $200/ month (2022) electric bill will be around $228/ month in ten years and $260/ month in twenty years. Rising expenditures could go toward owning a new solar shingle roof that could pay for itself.
Our convenient financing options will allow you to spread out the cost of your solar shingles for 10, 15, 20, or 25 years. Your solar shingle bill will stay the same over that time and will not be subject to the rising cost of electricity.