Tell Us About Your San Antonio, Texas Home
After answering a few questions about your home, we can give you a solar savings estimate.
Tell Us Your Address
By giving your address we can determine if you live in an area of San Antonio that Go Solar Group is currently servicing.
Do you own or rent your home?
Do you plan on moving within 6 months?
If you are planning on moving within a 6-month time frame, it may be better for you to wait for your residential solar install until you have moved into your new home.
Tell us about your San Antonio home’s electricity
This will help us calculate your solar savings. Don’t worry about being exact, your power company can provide your exact power usage later.
In order for solar to save you money, you need to be spending more than $50 a month to your utility company (as a general rule of thumb). Be sure you’re estimating based on your electricity bill, not your total utility bill.
Unfortunately, not every utility provider has the best incentives to support rooftop solar in the city of San Antonio. In Texas, Go Solar Group works with CPS Energy and GVEC customers. By providing your electricity provider, we are able to assess the extent to which we can help you leverage solar to your benefit.
Tell us about your San Antonio home’s roof
The age of your San Antonio home’s roof helps us determine the viability of a solar installation, and helps us know what to expect at the point of install.
Go Solar Group can install on most roof types. There are, however, different installation processes for certain roofs. Are there trees or structures shading your roof? This will change the kind of inverter you’ll need to use.
Your solar savings estimate:
Get Your Free Full Custom Assessment
Your full custom assessment will include:
- Exact savings breakdown for first year
- Savings total over 25 years
- Free digital rendering of your home on solar
- Free expert solar consultation
Congratulations! You’ve taken the first step in going solar! We will be in touch with you shortly.
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