Homeowners Rush To Claim Solar Rebates

Jake Hartman
By Jake Hartman | June 27th, 2019 07:29pm
Jake is passionate about solar and creating a world powered by the sun. He founded AskSolar in 2017 to help guide homeowners in making the switch to a clean energy solution.

A government policy aimed at providing affordable solar panels to Americans is set to expire.


Take this survey to see if you qualify for tax credits, rebates and incentives to make the switch to solar with as little as zero upfront cost.
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How Does This Program Work?

Many homeowners are finding they are saving nearly 70% on their utility bills by installing subsidized solar panels with the help of these rebates. Are you a homeowner that spends over $400 on your utility bill every month? With the Renewable Energy Tax Credit plus AskSolar’s network of installers you can save as much as $300 of that bill, each month! That’s an estimated $3,600 a year!

—The Residential Renewable Energy Tax Credit—you could be just days away from receiving solar panels and a massively-reduced monthly electric bill for $0 down.


Will solar affect the value of my home?

Yes! Each case is different, but many homeowners see a rise in home value of over $35,000. Beyond that, it can generate 10's of thousands of dollars in savings in your utility bill over the lifetime of your solar system. However, if you want to lock yourself into 2019’s incentives, you should act now.


How Do I See if I Qualify?

It's 100% free to see if you qualify, and takes less then one minute.


Step 1: Click the button below to take the survey and check your address to see if your home qualifies

Step 2: Connect with installers in your area and compare quotes to get the best price.

Start here to see if your  zip code qualifies: 



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