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Becoming Your Own Power Source Could Be Painless

khts_businessnews3During the summer, the days are longer and hotter; therefore, people will use more electricity to run the house and to keep it cool. High electric bills will quickly drain out the bank account, making it harder for people to have money left over for fun summer trips and other activities.

But what if you could eliminate that electric bill and become your own electric company?

Mark Figearo, owner of Green Convergence, said, “Solar panels can eliminate or reduce your electric use, making homeowners their own electric company.”


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Solar panels can be used in residential homes and commercial properties. The process is fast and painless. On average the installation process for a residential house will take one to two weeks.

So why is it that we still don’t see solar panels on the roofs of every house in our neighborhood? Most homeowners are still confused about the cost and the paperwork involved with installation of solar panels. Installing solar power panels might be easier and more cost effective that people think.

“Green Convergence, the only sun power premier dealer in Santa Clarita, will help you through the process, starting with a free home evaluation that includes: lights, air conditioning, and other electric appliances to maximize the savings,” said Figearo.

There are many benefits of using solar power for consumer. According to the Green Convergence website:

• Solar customers receive a 30% federal tax credit

• Solar customers also receive a generous utility company rebate.

• Solar installation has an annual rate of return of at least 15%

• Solar customers have a constant low—or even no—energy cost.

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