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It’s the Little Things

As a contractor for almost forty years, I have never stopped trying to learn and improve my practices and procedures. Sometimes it’s the “little things” that really make a difference. Many years ago, I realized that when I would go up on a roof and that house had gutters, the

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air bubbles in your pool from Solar Panels
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Air Bubbles in Your Pool

Do you have air bubbles in your pool? Maybe it’s the kids? Is grandpa in the pool? Want to blame it on the dog? Let’s talk about this. If you have a solar pool heater and experience air bubbles surging from the return jets in the morning hours, this is

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Lessons Learned… or Not

These past few months have taught us all, once again, that lower prices and fancy talking salesmen are not reasons to purchase solar. As many have probably seen on the central Florida news, a prominent solar company located in Brevard County, went out of business. This caused hundreds of customers

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Solar Tax Credits

The federal solar tax credit, known as the ITC (Investment Tax Credit), was initially established by the “Energy Policy Act of 2005.” This gave homeowners across the country the opportunity to invest in an energy-saving solar system and get a federal tax credit of 30% of the purchase price. The

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Florida Renewable Energy Statute 163.04

I have heard it a thousand times: “Our HOA won’t allow us to have solar.” It is true that HOAs would love to dictate your rooftop solar; however, Florida has a renewable energy statute that will probably allow you to have your solar panels in the most efficient placement (positioning)

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