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3 Reasons To Install Solar Panels On Your Home

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For many people, it’s important to find ways to better yourself and the world around you. Luckily, there are numerous ways that you can do this in your life. One way that you might have been considering is putting solar panels on your home. 

While you might have thought about this possibility before, you might not feel like you know enough about it and its potential benefits to really make an informed decision. So to help you learn if making this investment is something you’re really interested in or that could prove beneficial to you, here are three reasons to install solar panels on your home. 

To Save Money On Utility Bills

When you have solar panels on your home, you’re able to harness the energy from the sun to create the energy that you use within your home. Depending on where you live and the number of solar panels you’re using, you could use that energy to completely fuel your home so that you’re not paying any money to utility companies.

According to Energy.gov, the exact amount of money you’ll be able to save will depend on a variety of factors that contribute to that energy you’re able to produce. For example, how much sunlight you’re able to attract, the angle of your home’s roof, and the rates your electric company charge will affect how much money you save each month. 

To Up The Resale Value Of Your Home

Although installing solar panels on your home can be quite expensive as far as the initial investment goes, these costs could prove to give you a great return on your investment when you choose to sell your home in the future.

Taryn Holowka, a contributor to the U.S. Green Building Council, shares that people who choose to put solar panels on their home see a resale increase of about $6,000 per kilowatt of the system they install. So the stronger of a system you install, the more the value of your home will increase. 

To Do Your Part For The Environment

Not only could installing solar panels on your home help you to save money in the long run, but it also is a great way to do your part to help the environment.

According to EnergyInformative.org, the average home that installs solar panels and can help to offset about 100,000 lbs. of carbon dioxide being released into the air over a 20 year span of time. This can help to severely lower your person carbon footprint. 

If you’ve been wondering just what the benefits could be to installing solar panels on your home, consider using the tips mentioned above to determine if this course of action could be right for you.

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Anna Johansson
Anna is a freelance writer and researcher from the Olympia, WA area who loves to obsess about weird topics and then write about them. When she isn't writing, she is outside on her bike and comtemplating her eventual trip to graduate school.

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