Camas, WA Solar Panel Installation 101
We at Sunbridge Solar are proud to provide high-quality Camas solar panel installations and excellent service to homeowners, business owners, government agencies, and non-profits, We will guide you through the solar energy system installation process, from permits to planning to power grid connectivity.
Our goal is to help you reduce your electricity bills, embrace a sustainable power source as part of an eco-friendly lifestyle, and provide the opportunity for a sound financial investment in the solar industry. Contact us today to get started!
Is Solar Worth It in Camas?
Like most Pacific Northwest cities, Camas receives a lot of rainfall annually; typically around 60 inches per year. Despite this, Camas is still a feasible location for solar energy for several reasons. The long summer days in Washington provide a wealth of solar energy during that season, and our Sunbridge Solar panels are designed to capture even the scattered light that is produced during overcast weather, so that your panels can produce usable energy throughout the entire year.
Furthermore, Washington state solar incentives are some of the best in the country, and these grants and rebates can be enormously helpful in offsetting the installation costs, which makes solar energy accessible for more people. Additionally, if your panels produce more energy than you can use in the summer months, you may be able to sell this excess back to the power grid, either energy credits that are redeemable against your power bill in the wintertime, when electricity usage is higher and solar energy production is lower.
Request Your Free Solar Consultation
We know that choosing to add a solar energy system to your home is a big decision and a significant investment. That’s why we offer free solar energy audits to anyone interested, where we analyze your specific situation and provide you with the facts. Then you can make a confident, informed decision about whether solar is right for you. Contact us at Sunbridge Solar today to get started!
There are several different environmental conditions that can impact power production, like shading, the weather, how many hours of sun the panel gets each day, the angle at which the panel is mounted, the length of cable runs, and the cleanliness of the panels, among other things.