How to Go Solar: You Have Options
Nothing could make an energy-conscious homeowner, HOA, or business owner more satisfied than going “totally solar”. In any setting, Suntrek Solar has a solution to collect free solar energy while minimizing your utility bills. We call this solution the “Power of 3.”
Power 1: Solar Power.
Suntreksolar will install efficient solar panels to power electrical systems for any structure or purpose, including swimming pool equipment. Free energy from the sun will spin your electric meter backwards. In addition, a solar system will add to your property’s value without increasing your taxes.
Power 2: Solar Pool Heating.
Use Suntreksolar’s patented solar technology to keep your swimming pool warm and your spa hot, while your gas heaters stay off. In multi-family developments like HOAs, solar pool heating systems are ideal for community pools. What a great way to save money while staying warm and comfortable at the same time!
Power 3: Solar Water Heating.
Completing the “Power of 3” is using solar energy to provide an unlimited supply of hot water for showers or baths and washing clothes and dishes. Think how nice it will be, never running out of hot water and not paying those sky-high gas and electric bills.
In a typical residential installation, a “Power of 3,” system will pay for itself in 5 – 8 years. In multi-family developments like HOAs and apartments — or in commercial settings for the hospitality industry, government, schools, industrial & retail applications, even carport structures — the ROI on these projects is often less than 5 years and often 2-3 years.
In those situations, even if the budget for a solar system swells to a point where it is a challenge, financing programs can make your solar investment create a positive cash flow from day one.
So, whether you are a homeowner or business owner, what a great feeling you will have knowing you can use a solar energy system from Suntreksolar to power every aspect of your home or business. You will be using free, clean energy that will make relying on a power utility simply a backup plan.