Getting Solar in Muscatine, IA
Solar power has become more accessible to homeowners and businesses across the State of Iowa, and Muscatine customers are no exception. It’s now easier and more convenient than ever for people to choose to go solar for their electricity. Net metering makes it possible to use solar power even at night, with no loss in generated power.
Iowa Solar, based in the Quad Cities, has the experience and expertise for installing solar across Iowa. Reach out to us today for information about solar power. If you use Muscatine Power & Water for your electricity, it can be possible to setup a net metering agreement where your excess solar power is fed into the grid during the day and returned to you at night.
Muscatine, formerly the pearl button capital of the world, can be a solar powered city if you choose to install solar at your home or business.
What cities can install solar?
We can install solar anywhere in Muscatine County and Muscatine city limits. Iowa Solar’s expert team can install solar in Fruitland, Fairport, Letts, Columbus Junction, Nichols, Lone Tree, West Liberty, Durant, and Wilton. Even if you live a little further away than Muscatine, we can install solar in Buffalo, Blue Grass, Aledo, Illinois City, and everywhere else in the region.
Why should Muscatine residents install solar?
Solar power is less expensive than ever, and with the uncertainty of oil and gas prices it just makes sense to lock in your electric rates by choosing solar.
Installing solar on your roof just makes sense if space is at a premium for you. Getting solar power doesn’t have to take up your hard, because we can use the space that already is unused by installing solar on your roof.
We can install solar panels on farmland and other open green space that you have available. Ground solar installations are easy and fast ways to get solar, especially if you don’t have a lot of roof space or your roof needs replaced soon.
Safety of Solar Power
There’s more to solar than just being clean and green, it is also one of the most safe forms of electricity generation to exist. Solar photovoltaic panels are made of 90% silicon (sand). Essentially manufacturers melt down sand until it forms a glass-like material and then they add some components that make it so that it can generate electricity. There are no dangerous or toxic chemicals used when producing solar panels, and solar panels are safe to be around, touch, even climb on (though we don’t recommend it). Solar power also does not produce pollution when generating power, unlike burning coal.
Getting solar in Muscatine
If you’re ready to free yourself from high utility bills, get an instant quote now.