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Beat the Heat with Solar AC

Solar PanelSolar cooling is all the rage here in Atlanta, and we’d like to tell you about some of the benefits that could increase your comfort levels while simultaneously decreasing your energy bill!

The truth of the matter is that our air conditioning preferences in the United States consume a large amount of energy. A solar panel system produces anywhere from 2kw to 4kw of energy, while a standard air conditioner uses 1.3kw of power. That means your air conditioner uses almost all the energy that gets produced by solar panels.

That also means that solar-powered air conditioning installation in Atlanta, GA is definitely an option, and we’d like to make the case that it might be time to switch!

Solar cooling systems, like the Lennox SunSource that we offer, can cut your heating and cooling bills in half, and provide electricity with whatever leftover energy is not used by the comfort system. Let’s get into the specifics so you can decide if you’re ready for a solar-powered AC.

All About Savings

We encourage people to consider solar-powered air conditioning systems because it uses less fuel in general and is helpful to the environment. It’s also an incredibly worthwhile investment that can end up paying off enormously in the long run.

  • Cutting your heating and cooling bills by up to half. As we mentioned earlier, while air conditioning and heating use a huge amount of power, solar panels produce enough energy to meet that need and cut down your energy bills for years to come.
  • Provides eligibility for tax credits and incentives. It’s cheaper and more environmentally friendly for federal, state, and local governments when homeowners switch to more sustainable types of heating or cooling. Your local government, as well as the product manufacturer, might be willing to pay you a decent chunk of money for investing in a solar-powered heating and cooling system.
  • Heating and cooling capabilities. Different times of the year call for different comfort levels. Here in Atlanta, we’re lucky that we’ve got fairly mild winters. That means that a capable solar-powered heat pump can both cool and heat your home so that you can stop worrying about an inevitable heater investment!
  • No major modifications to your home. Unlike installing a brand new system, solar installation is non-invasive and fairly simple. The solar panels are installed and hooked up to your solar-ready air conditioner or heat pump. That’s it!

We understand that solar panels can be expensive, and the initial cost can oftentimes steer consumers away from such an investment. The problem with this train of thought is that there are demonstrable savings that occur throughout the lifetime of your system. Cutting your heating or cooling bill in half frees up your budget more than any other type of heating or cooling system. Not only that, but the environmental impact is huge. Having an environmentally-friendly comfort system, while also saving a ton of money in the process on energy bills, sounds like a win-win to us!