Archive for April 2014

Going Solar Mistake #3 – Not Planning for Expansion

When you go solar, make sure you have a conversation about future expansion. Often times, life circumstances such as an increase in family size will require additional energy usage. What could be done during your primary installation such that later expansion would require less effort? Upsizing could be rather expensive and difficult if you do…

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What is In-Wall Installation? Why is it important?

Click on the image above showing solar installations from our competition at the top compared to our installations at the bottom. Clearly, the conduit (pipe used to contain wires) running down the side of the house is not attractive! At Triple Line Solar, we will run the wires in the wall (in-wall installation) to maintain…

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Never Sign a 2-Page Solar Contract!

The one-call closer sales person will often draw up a one to two page contract right in front of you. It’s more of an order form than a home improvement contract. This should send off alarm bells, but every week dozens of customers are wasting thousands of dollars making this mistake. Your contract should be…

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Don't Fall for the One-Call Close

Going solar is a big decision. Make sure to do your research ahead of time to avoid costly mistakes. The number one mistake you can make when going solar is falling for the one-call-close. Under no circumstances should you purchase a solar electric system for your home after talking to one sales person. Going solar…

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