Solar Rebates in the Sunshine State
There a many solar rebates available to customers of Florida’s many utility companies. In order to apply for a rebate with your utility you will need a Solar Site-Survey and Solar System Quote from a Licensed Solar Contractor. Give us a call at (352) 377-8866 or use the contact form below to request yours free solar saving analysis today!
FPL Solar Rebate Programs
The Florida Power & Light Solar Rebate Program is available to both residential and commercial customers in the state of Florida. Currently, the program has $597,000 available for residential solar water heating the solar electric rebates are currently on a standby list. The program has $591,681 available for business solar water heating and a standby list for solar photovoltaic (electric). We look forward to helping you prepare for the online application process.
- Solar Water Heater Rebate: $1,000
- Solar Electric: up to $20,000
- Solar Water Heater Rebate: $50,000
- Solar Electric: up to $50,000
Duke Energy Solar Rebate Programs
The Duke Energy SunSense Solar PV Program is available to both residential and commercial customers in the state of Florida. It is important contact us in advance to prepare your paperwork for the online application process. We will be happy to assist you free of charge.
- Solar Water Heater Rebate: $550
- Solar Electric: up to $20,000
- Solar Electric: up to $130,000
The Main Advantage to doing business with ECS lies with Florida law and your liability as a homeowner.
Buyer Beware: There are a few important facts you need to be aware of before you contract for a solar installation.
HOME PROTECTION GUARANTEE
1. You need to know that Homeowner’s Insurance will only cover storm damage to your solar system, NOT damage to your roof or damage in the home as a result of a solar collector installation.
2. Florida law forbids all but state-licensed roofing contractors or CVC solar contractors whose insurance company guarantees against any damage of your roof or in your home from installing solar systems. Other licensed contractors such as the old solar CW license and all county RX solar licenses can pull a permit for solar work on your roof, but they may NOT perform the installation of the solar collectors on your roof – they will have to subcontract with either a state-licensed roofer or a CVC licensed solar contractor.
3. In addition, it is only the State-Licensed Roofer or eve solar licensed contractor that can guarantee against damages on your roof or in your home as a result of a solar installation as they carry specialized completed operations insurance for this purpose. To have a copy of proof of our insurance faxed or mailed to you, please call Scarborough Insurance at 352-377 -2002 in Gainesville, FL.[full_width_color bg_color=”#EFEFEF” color=”#333333″]
A Note about Worker’s Compensation:YOU COULD LOSE YOUR HOME – if the contractor you hire does not carry Worker’s Compensation. ’10 one doing solar installations on a roof can exempt themselves from Worker’s Compo You will be responsible for any and all damages arising from an incident involving an improperly licensed and insured contractor installing solar on your roof.
Now, go directly to the most insured, longest established and most awarded contractor for your solar needs and call ECS today at 352377-8866. It is a wise decision for many reasons, some of which are listed below.
The ECS philosophy is to sell the most reliable products at a fair price with quality workmanship and to stand behind our installations. All employees sign a pledge to do the job right the first time, and if a problem does occur, to make sure it is corrected promptly. We have provided continuous service to our clients since 1977. Ask your contractor how long they have been licensed and ask yourself if you can expect future service from them.