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At ADT Solar, we pride ourselves on providing homeowners with high-quality solar installations backed by our excellent customer service. Our trained professionals can help you determine whether your home would benefit from solar panels and even show you how you can maximize your savings from the start.
ADT Solar is the largest residential solar rooftop contractor in the state of Oklahoma as ranked by Solar Power World with several reviews that attest to the quality of our solar installations. Since 2008, we’ve been helping homeowners enjoy the benefits of solar energy such as lowered energy costs, powered homes during blackouts thanks to solar batteries, and greener impact.
Solar panels in Oklahoma are becoming more common for both homes and businesses. Sunshine is energizing America, and Oklahomans are excited to power their communities with it. Solar panels in Oklahoma aren’t just good for the environment, they’re also a big money saver.
You’ll get to keep more of your hard-earned cash because you’ll have a reduced electricity bill each month. With the 30% federal tax credit, our unmatched 25-year warranty, and guarantee, plus all the savings you’ll have by switching to renewable energy, getting solar panels in Oklahoma is an easy choice to make.
There are plenty of benefits and incentives for Oklahoma residents that make the switch to solar panels worth it. We’ve compiled a list of benefits Oklahoma residents can look forward to when they install solar panels in their homes.
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The cost of solar panels in Oklahoma depends on a range of factors including your home’s sunlight exposure, energy consumption, price of equipment and installation, and Oklahoma’s solar incentives. While all these factors can impact price, homeowners who install residential solar panels after January 1, 2022 may be eligible for 30% of the total cost of their solar panel system as a federal solar tax credit.* If your electric company offers a net metering policy, then you can further increase the speed of your return on investment (ROI).
To get an accurate quote on a solar panel installation for your home, contact our qualified solar specialists today who can offer you a personalized quote based on your factors.
There are a number of solar incentives in Oklahoma that make installing solar panels more affordable for homeowners. These incentives include a solar tax credit, net metering policies, and a home value increase. Hear more about how you can take advantage of solar incentives for your solar panel installation by contacting one of our solar sales specialists today.
In this section, we’ll go over your incentives for making the switch to solar energy including:
The cost of solar panels has decreased dramatically over the past decade, and with this tax credit, you can decrease the cost even more. This federal tax incentive has helped thousands around the country make the switch to clean, renewable solar energy. You might be eligible to take advantage of this offer as well.
When you decide to go solar in Oklahoma, you may be eligible to receive 30% of the total cost of your solar energy system as a tax credit.*
A good way to get the most out of your solar panels in Oklahoma is through net metering. Through net metering, excess energy your solar panels produce is sent to your utility grid. A credit will be applied to your account for each kWh that the grid receives, which will lower your overall bill. So you’ll be saving money on two fronts! One by producing your own electricity, and the second by selling your electricity. Seems like a good deal to us!
Currently, Oklahoma has a net metering law that states any investor-owned utility company must offer net metering. Many electric cooperatives in Oklahoma also offer net metering to their members.
It’s clear that solar panels help your savings and the environment. They also help your home in other ways, too. When you install solar panels, the value of your home is increased quite a bit. For every $1 your solar energy system saves you in utility bills, you add $20 to your home’s overall value. So if you save $100, that would mean your home’s value goes up $2,000!
Unfortunately, the state of Oklahoma does not offer a state income solar tax credit or state rebate for solar panel installations. Luckily, homeowners can still take advantage of the 30% federal tax credit and net metering to make installing solar panels more affordable for Oklahoma residents.
Call 866-450-1012 or complete the questions and an ADT specialist will contact you with a quote.
ADT Solar has been installing solar energy systems for over 10 years, and we’ve installed thousands of solar panels for satisfied customers. Families and business owners alike have chosen ADT Solar to help them make the switch to renewable energy.
In 2021, we were ranked the #2 residential solar installer in the nation by Solar Power World Magazine and the largest residential solar installer in the state of Oklahoma.
If you’d like to schedule a free, no hassle consultation, or if you simply have some questions, contact our solar specialists today!
If you’re ready to take the next step, or even if you’re considering what it would take to get you there, contact us to discover all your options.
We install solar panel systems and roofs in Oklahoma. Contact us today to see if we service your area and get free solar quotes for your particular needs.
*Tax and credits or incentives including those provided by federal, state, or local governments may change or end. This can impact the amount of money you might save. Consult a tax professional to understand any tax liability or eligibility for any tax credits that may result from the purchase of your solar system.
**If you have taxable income and own the system, you may qualify for the federal investment tax credit (ITC). It is your responsibility to determine your eligibility and to apply. Consult a qualified tax professional for assistance and details.