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Say goodbye to clunky solar panels with racks and brackets that are installed above your roofing shingles.
Introducing the GAF DecoTech™ System. This low-profile solar system is sleek, aesthetically pleasing, and affordable.
We’re proud to have been named a GAF Solar Elite Contractor. This distinction means that we are experts with a comprehensive understanding of both roof and solar installation. Working with a contractor without this knowledge can result in a leaky roof or a lackluster solar installation. We hold a firm commitment to performing a quality solar installation while providing you with exceptional service and communication from the start of the project to its completion.
GAF designed the DecoTech™ Solar System with the intention of harnessing solar energy while still maintaining the integrity of your roof. One of the biggest ways the DecoTech™ Solar System stands apart from conventional systems is its low profile design. It integrates right into your roof instead of sitting on top of it. To curtail animal infestation or leaking concerns, the perimeter is surrounded with a robust protection system.
There are many motivating factors why going solar makes sense. Economical, personal and probably most importantly, environmental. Solar isn’t a trend, it is a way of creating a sustainable future.
Your electric bills make up a huge portion of your yearly home expenses. What if someone told you there was a way to reduce or eliminate your electric bill with the possibility of even selling back energy to your utility company?
On average homeowners that install solar solutions on their home for energy consumption are able to pay off their system in roughly seven to eight years. If you are in the market to sell, investing in a solar system for your home will increase the average premium roughly $15,000 over homes that do not have solar capabilities.
Did you know that 38% of all carbon emissions in the U.S. come from buildings? What if you were told that you could reduce three to four tons of carbon emissions each year by integrating solar panels. To put this in perspective you would have to plant 100 trees annually to make up for that consumption you are responsible for adding to our planet.
Did you know there is a 30% federal tax credit available through December 2019? There are also rebate programs in Minnesota through Xcel Energy and in Wisconsin through Focus on Energy.
Solar photovoltaic, as known as PV, are panels that converts sunlight directly to electricity.