FAQs

Home / FAQs

FAQs

you need questions about our company? ask here!

All solar panels contain photovoltaic (PV) cells. PV cells absorb sun particles, or photons, and separate electrons from their atoms to produce direct current (DC) electricity. A solar inverter converts DC electricity into alternating current (AC) electricity, which can be used to power your home. This usable energy flows through your electrical panel and is distributed to where you need it. Unused electricity flows back to the grid through the utility meter, adding credit to your future bills.

 

Most homeowners find that buying a solar panel system is more beneficial than leasing. There are many financing options available, some of which offer $0 down just like a lease. Usually, the monthly payment on a loan is lower than the monthly payment on a lease. Plus, buying allows you to take advantage of the federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC), which is 26% until 2022. Buying can also increase the value of your home and simplify the sales process if you decide to move.

 

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit pellentesque sit amet iaculis diam duis pretium eu neque in rutrum pellentesque ac sagittis libero praesent tincidunt est sit amet purus aliquet quis auctor tellus consequat.

The short answer is:  no. While your solar panels will continue to absorb sunlight and produce electricity, you will not be able to use that electricity during a power outage. That is, unless you have a battery backup system.

 

 

It’s easy. All of the solar energy systems we sell come with remote monitoring so both you and our installers can see how much energy your system is producing.

 

As a solar dealer, we work with all vendors to sell every solar panel on the market. Because of our unique business model, we have the ability to price match other retailers so you’re guaranteed to get the best value. Please note that we only sell black solar panels.

 

Possibly and it depends on which state you live in.  It’s rare for homeowners to purchase a battery back-up system due to the price. The average cost of a home battery system is about $9,500. However, if you decide to invest in a battery back up system with your solar panels, it is eligible for the 26% federal tax credit.

 

 

We stand behind our products and services.  Every solar energy system is backed by a 25-year production guarantee, and you’re covered by the manufacturer warranties, as well.

 

 

As a solar dealer, we work with all vendors to sell every solar panel on the market. Because of our unique business model, we have the ability to price match other retailers so you’re guaranteed to get the best value. Please note that we only sell black solar panels.

 

Yes, with GreenStar Solar, every system we sell is back by a 25-year production guarantee.  This will provide you with a peace of mind that if anything goes wrong with your solar energy system, we’ll take care of it.

 
 

Gytech Energy & Technology

Future is efficient power vitality and sustainable power source

Blog & News

Latest News For our Client.