Learn More About Your Payment Options for Going Solar
Purchasing and installing a solar power system is expensive, and if you are considering buying one, you should consider your payment options. At AES, we offer three options for financing your solar power system. Some solar companies may make it difficult to finance your solar system, but we do our best to make the process easy and hassle-free. For more information, visit our financing page.
The first option for buying and installing your solar power system is to purchase it outright. This is the highest out front investment, but once installed, the whole system and the energy it produces is yours. Any tax credits or financial benefits you earn by installing a system are also yours to keep. This is the quickest way to move your power supply into self-sufficiency and to stop paying those monthly electric bills.
The second option is similar to the first, but instead of purchasing the system in full, you would pay monthly payments toward a loan used to purchase the system. With loan financing, you still own the system and get to keep any financial benefits wrought on by your new solar power. When you finance with AES, there are many different options to choose from when selecting a loan plan. Contact us today with help financing your solar power system!
Leasing a solar power system from AES is a great option if you are unable to purchase a solar power system, but you want to benefit from the monthly savings of no longer using the California electrical grid. In this situation, AES would install a full solar grid onto your home and you pay a monthly rental fee. However, this rental fee is often less than your monthly electric bill! To find out if you can benefit from renting a solar power system, call us today!
Which One is Right for You?
Depending on your finances, each one of these options provides a great way to benefit from solar power energy. If you can afford to purchase a system outright or pay back a loan to purchase a system we recommend going with option one or two! If you can’t quite financially commit to purchasing a system, option three is a great way to start saving on your electrical bills.