Posted by James Bartley on Jul 25, 2019 4:31:00 PM
Scott: Hi, I'm Scott and I'm here with a public service announcement that could save hundreds, maybe even thousands of people's lives. This is your dollar. This is your dollar on electricity. Are you one of the millions of people that are still aimlessly throwing their money in the trash, paying for their electricity? There's no secret, and it just gets more addicting in the utility rates, just continue to rise over time.
Scott: You can stop, you can reduce and hold tight to your dollar and stop just throwing it away. You can go solar. So solar average cost is usually around $30,000 and you'll be saving immediately. From day one you're going to be cutting the ties and working towards electrical freedom. You have the 30% tax credit and you'll also have rebates that might be available in your area as well.
Scott: All of these stack up. After nine to 12 years, your system's been paid off and you're just making money. You're just bringing it all back to you, but that's not the only way you can go about it. If you can't afford to buy your system outright, there's other options and I want to introduce you to financing and a magical tree.
Speaker 2: Hi, I'd like to introduce you to my favorite tree, the money tree. See, this money tree takes a special secret ingredient, we call it solar financing. So the first part of this video we explained to you how you can buy solar, how you can get into solar, how it can free you, and just liberate you from that.
Speaker 2: So I want to explain solar financing. Money just, it's ready to be plucked off, you just got to start watering it. But, so how solar financing works? Just in a quick synopsis, we try to get it to where your solar payment equals your solar savings. And the biggest thing here is the fact that we're locking in our rate. You're paying your solar payment every month, not a solar, an electricity bill that's going to keep on creeping up over time.
Speaker 2: So essentially it's like locking in your utility rate. The biggest thing here is that once we start this, it eventually will be paid off. And you're not seeing the increased cost of the utility bill. So by doing that, we're really just essentially taking and putting a little bit in, sprinkling it a little bit here and there.
Speaker 2: So as time goes by, I just keep on paying that solar payment. But eventually, as you can see, the system's paid off and it's just time to take that money and go spend it. So what's holding you back from starting your own money tree? Thanks for watching this episode of Solar Flair, not the explosion type.
Topics: Solar Flair