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Purchase vs Lease Your Solar Power System

Once you have decided to go solar power, the next decision to make is choosing whether you will purchase or lease your solar power system. Both options have their benefits and each are presented to you within your own personal solar power system estimate provided by Ardo Energy. Although many homeowners and commercial property owners have found personal benefits in leasing their solar power system, others have found an equivalent trade-off by purchasing. Here is a brief listing of some of the main benefits to either option.

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Purchase vs Lease Your Solar Power System

  1. 1. Purchase vs LeaseYour Solar
  2. 2. To Lease or To Purchase? That is the Question• Deciding to go solar comes with options to suit your individual needs• Each option presents great benefits for home and business owners• The option that is best for you will depend on your budget, personal preferences and individual circumstances• Whichever choice you make, the advantages of producing green energy far outweigh the costs of regular electricity• The experts at Ardo Energy will provide you with a personal evaluation for each possibility and will help you make the right choice for you and your home or business August, 2011
  3. 3. The Benefits of Leasing and Purchasing• The pros of leasing – Low or no up-front installation cost – Monthly payments are at a low, fixed rate – Lessees receive great solar financing• The pros of purchasing – Owners receive a 30% federal tax credit – You have control over the electricity you produce and the SRECs you earn – System pays for itself within four years and electricity is essentially free thereafter – Owners receive cash payments for producing green energy August, 2011
  4. 4. Learn more about Ardo Energy at:www.ArdoEnergy.comSchedule a FREE solar estimate bycontacting us at:(732) 595 – look forward to speaking withyou soon!!Stay in the loop with energy savingtips and tricks at our August, 2011