How Commercial Solar Energy Works
Our solar energy systems have rooftop panels that harness the sun’s power for heating and cooling. When your HVAC system isn’t running, this energy can fuel lights and electronics.
Some solar array systems will create additional power. In some states, you can transfer the energy back to your utility for a credit. This is also called net metering.
We size our rooftop solar installations to match the needs of your business. These solar power systems have dual electric or gas capabilities. This means your commercial location will continue being comfortable even when it’s raining. And you’ll lower your dependence on electricity, especially during high-demand times.
Ask us about tax credits and rebates that can make your new commercial solar energy system even more cost-effective.
Start Saving Today and Expand in the Future
Installing solar electric systems won’t interfere with your business or need substantial modifications to your office area.
Plus, you have the ability to expand in the future. You can start with a few solar panels and add others at another time to save even more on utilities.
Once Aramendia Plumbing, Heating and Air installs, you’ll be able to see its impact almost immediately with a personalized website. This website shows your system’s production, environmental benefits and status.