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MCKINNEYS’ CHOICE SOLAR

Go solar with Alto!

Take Advantage Of The 26% Federal Tax Credit While It Lasts!

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4 Steps To Going SOLAR

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We understand that going solar is a big and personal decision. Therefore, we strive to get to know you and your family, to best tailor your solar solution.

During your consultation, we will educate you, analyze your electric needs and answer all your questions.

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Following your solar energy consultation, you will receive a no-obligation proposal with a custom solar design laying out your proposed installation, energy savings, and financial options.

It’s our job to make sure you are getting maximum savings!

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From this point forward, our team takes care of everything – paperwork, permits, installation, and final inspection.

We want to make this process as easy for you as possible!

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Welcome to Alto Solar! The Sun now powers your home, and you can enjoy low electric bills! You can monitor your solar production from your mobile device.

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BENEFITS OF GOING SOLAR

Unsure if you should go solar? Check out the benefits:

COST SAVINGS

Solar energy systems can save you A LOT of money on your utility bills! This is why financial returns and lower monthly utility bills are such major incentives. The exact savings will depend on the following factors: Electricity consumption, solar system size, whether or not you purchase or lease your system and how many hours direct sunlight is available daily.

INCREASED HOME VALUE

Solar panel installations are viewed as upgrades, such as a renovated kitchen or finished basement. Solar energy systems will increase your home's value and studies show that homeowners pay a premium for solar homes. Solar power can add a substantial amount of value to your home. In one study, solar had the potential to increase a property's value by an average of $15,000! 

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CAN I AVOID POWER OUTAGES?

Nobody appreciates a power cut, but they are an unfortunate inevitability from time to time during periods of extreme weather or simply when consumer demand overloads the system. When the electricity grid shuts down, so will your solar panel system.  However, by diverting solar energy from your panels into battery storage, you can maintain a backup source of power that essentially allows you to maintain your electricity supply ‘off-grid’ until regular service is restored.