Residential Solar Power

Start Enjoying the Financial Benefits of Solar Power

Most people can get a solar array from SunRay Solar without any out-of-pocket costs. In fact, many of our customers report a positive cash flow starting day one!

Solar Energy is on the Rise

Residential solar has been growing in the United States by an average of +50% per year. Over the last few years, the US solar industry has added enough residential solar to power an average of 300,000 homes per year.  This number is expected to increase for the following reasons:

  • Use natural resources and clean energy
  • Long-term economic benefits
  • Installation and maintenance simple
  • Reasonable cost with immediate return on investment
Home With Solar Array

Why choose a SunRay Solar home installation?

First, when using the SunRay Solar financing program, you have no out of pocket cost.  That’s right – $0.00!

SunRay Solar offers easy financing options* at competitive rates

*Subject to credit approval. Ask for details.

We are able to design your system so that it is cash flow POSITIVE for you, and many of our customers see this in the first month of operation as they see a lower, or no utility bill. Over the life of the system, you will enjoy years of savings!

The $4 per watt increase in a home’s selling price caused by a solar array exceeds the typical installation price of the array, and is therefore an immediately positive return on investment (ROI). Therefore, home-sellers will likely recoup the cost of their solar array in the sale of their property.

Residential Rebates & Incentives

Take advantage of many renewable energy rebates, incentives, and energy credits available for homeowners that can reduce the cost of installing a solar array by thousands of dollars.

In addition to the financial benefits, solar enables homeowners to tap a free and abundant source of energy instead of burning costly fossil fuel which pollutes the air and is in limited supply. Harvesting the sun is truly green, benefiting the earth’s natural climate, air, and water quality.