Here at Switch Electric Home Energy we have a highly trained and dedicated team that can design, install, and maintain all types of solar photovoltaic systems. When it comes to installing a system that will be on your property for 25+ years, you definitely want to take the utmost care throughout the entire process. We work with you every step of the way to ensure that your system is one of a kind to fit your exact needs. This means sizing, positioning, and aesthetics are tailored to your specific wants and needs. There is no “one size fits all” in solar.
Why go Solar?
Great incentive structure in WA state
- Receive a 26% federal tax credit, ends 12/31/22!
- Sales Tax-Free!
Freedom from rising utility costs
- The average system can offset 50-75% of your utility bill. Energy-efficient homes can see an offset of 100%.
High return on investment
- Most of our system designs have a payback period of 8-10 years and will keep producing for 20 more years, making it a great and reliable long term investment for your home!
Increases home value
- Not only does it make you money, but your home will also increase in value.
Enphase Ensemble System
Enphase Systems utilize microinverter technology to provide safer and more reliable operations.
The Enphase Ensemble battery seamlessly transitions from utility power to battery power with no delay.
- Intelligent Storm Guard automatically tracks weather systems and will prioritize power backup.
- Automatic Updates.
- Manage your system through the app.
- Ability to easily add more storage over time.
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