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There is too
much at stake
THE FORECAST OF POWER OUTAGES HAS BEEN IN THE NEWS!
The U.S. power grid doesn’t have the strength necessary to handle the current and future electricity demand. In Pennsylvania alone, power outages affected more than seven million residents from 2008 to 2017.
ELECTRICITY PRICES ARE RISING
The typical Pennsylvania family consumes more than 10,000 kWh of electricity and pays more than $2,000 in energy expenses each year.
Electricity: 14.37 cents/kWh Electricity Price: 5.99 to 14.9 cents/kWh Average monthly electric bill: $121.57 A.M. energy usage in PA: 846 kWh/month
*According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
Pennsylvania is the fourth highest producer of carbon dioxide (CO₂) emissions in the country.
Gas and electricity prices are continuing to rise because of economic challenges.
You can save money and reduce your carbon footprint when you go solar. Black Label Builders, professional products, and expert installers.
The Payback Investment Is Now!
-45% PENNSYLVANIA'S SOLAR PRICE DROP CONTINUED OVER THE LAST FIVE YEARS
The installed cost of solar photovoltaic (PV) and battery storage systems continued to drop between 2020 and 2021 in the U.S.
REDUCES YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT
Using solar panels and clean energy can cut your home’s carbon emissions by an amount that would equal burning 5,000 pounds of coal every year.
SOLAR PANELS CAN LOWER YOUR ROOFTOP TEMPERATURE
Solar panels reduced the amount of heat reaching the roof by a stunning 38 percent, keeping a roof 5 degrees cooler than a roof exposed to sunlight directly.
PENNSYLVANIA OFFERS INCENTIVES, TAX CREDITS, & SOLAR REBATES
Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SRECs) Pennsylvania net metering - LEARN MORE
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We know how overwhelming the solar energy conversation can be. From the upfront price tag, how does it work, does it make a difference, and is it the right solution for you and your family? This decision can be stressful enough without worrying about finding the right contractor. That's where we come in.
The Black Label Choice
Our team’s professional craftsmanship will deliver satisfying results and remove the stress. Black Label Builders stands behind our accredited products, from our panels and storage unit's 25-plus year lifespan to the preservation of your roof by providing proper installation.
Let’s Talk; we are ready to start that conversation and answer your questions about cost, tax exemptions, and finally, what is the process to get started becoming energy independent.
We help bring your vision to life. Seeing your home in 3D allows you to choose the options that matter.
Relax knowing that top-of-the-line products and quality craftsmanship will generate home value and lower long-term energy costs. Helping you save the environment one panel at a time.
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There are so many concerns when considering solar energy, in addition to the issue of who to choose for the final product, price, and installation. Black Label Builders is a strong competitor; we have an excellent reputation that has been earned over time through quality workmanship, customer service, and great communication with clients.
Q: Home Owners Insurance, Does It Cover Solar Panels
A: Yes, your home insurance should cover your solar panels as long as they are connected to the structure of your property. However, you'll only be covered if the damage is due to a covered peril. *Example: fire or hail damage - NOT flooding & earthquakes. Talk to your insurance provider.
Q: Do you need to replace your roof before installing solar panels?
A: Is it really necessary to replace your roof just because you're putting solar panels on? - No, but keeping these three factors: the roof's age, condition, and associated costs for repair or replacement, in mind before investing is a good idea.
Q: How do I UNDERSTAND the Payback Period?
A: Most homeowners in the United States can expect their solar panels to pay for themselves in between 9 and 12 years. Photovoltaic solar panels are designed to last at least 25 years. When considering that lifetime, any payback period less than about half that time, or 12.5 years, can be considered “decent.”