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Maximize your life with solar energy

Many of us are unaware of the incredible power source that we have access to every day – the sun. For centuries, the sun has been essential to the development and growth of life on earth, and its energy is readily available for us to use. Whether you’re looking to save money, reduce your carbon footprint, or simply lead a more stress-free life, the abundant energy of the sun can power your home and improve your quality of life.

Instead of relying on outdated electrical grids and inefficient fuel sources, why not take control of your energy needs and tap into the power of the sun? With a solar panel system from our trusted company, you can generate your own clean and reliable energy, reduce your dependence on the grid, and even earn money by selling excess energy back to the utility companies.

So why wait any longer to take charge of your energy and your life? Contact us today to learn more about how solar energy can benefit you and your community.

Top reasons to go solar

The future is solar

As we become increasingly reliant on electricity for almost every aspect of our daily lives, it’s only natural to look towards powering our homes ourselves. With solar energy, you can tap into a virtually unlimited source of power that’s clean and sustainable.

Save on Utility Costs

Utility rates are on the rise, and they’re often influenced by global events. By harnessing the power of the sun, you can significantly reduce or even eliminate your monthly electricity bills.

Safe and Reliable

Solar technology is constantly improving, and with arma solar, you can rest easy knowing that your Tier 1 panels are working properly. Our expert system monitoring ensures that your solar energy system is always performing at its best.

Increase Property Value

Solar energy is a smart investment for your home. As more and more people look for sustainable and energy-efficient homes, having solar panels installed can raise the resale value of your property.

Help the Environment

When you use solar energy, you’re not just benefiting yourself, but the planet as well. By tapping into the power of the sun, you’re reducing your carbon footprint and helping to create a more sustainable future for everyone.

Powering Your Home for the Future

From the phone you may be reading this on to the computer you have set up for working remotely, almost everything we use in our modern lives relies on electricity. With the advent of futuristic items like electric vehicles and smart home devices, tomorrow is truly electric.

But where to get that power from? And how much will you have to pay the utility company for it? With ARMA Solar, the answers are your roof, and ideally nothing. The simple solution is to tap into the abundance of energy the sun provides every day as a means of powering our day-to-day lives. Using the source of life to power our lives, that’s forward thinking.

Future-Ready Home Equipment

Battery Backup

Our battery storage system allows you to store excess energy generated by your panels, ensuring you always have power on hand – even during a blackout. And if you’re an electric vehicle owner, our EV charging system ensures that you can charge your car without worrying about high energy bills.

EV Charging at Home

Arma Solar provides a clean and convenient solution to EV charging at home with the power of solar energy. Say goodbye to high energy bills and hello to sustainability.

Smart Electric Panel

Arma Solar’s Smart Electric Panel gives you insights into your home’s energy use and helps you optimize your consumption for greater efficiency and savings.

Increase Property Value

Solar energy is a smart investment for your home. As more and more people look for sustainable and energy-efficient homes, having solar panels installed can raise the resale value of your property.

Home Automation

Take control of your home with Arma Solar’s home automation solutions. With solar powering your smart devices, you can monitor and adjust everything from lighting to temperature, even when you’re not home. Enjoy seamless integration and control with Arma Solar.

Never Be Left in the Dark

With rising utility costs, it’s no surprise that homeowners are turning to solar energy as a way to save money. Solar power is a reliable and renewable source of energy that can help you unlock a lifetime of savings. No matter the reason for the increasing utility costs, solar power can provide a consistent and affordable solution.

The amount of savings you can generate with solar largely depends on your home and energy needs. However, with multiple financing options available, there is a solution to fit your specific needs and budget. By taking advantage of a no-strings-attached consultation with one of our experts, you can learn more about how solar energy can unlock a lifetime of savings for you.

Make the switch to solar energy and unlock a lifetime of savings for you and your family.

How Home Battery Backup Works

Gathers Energy from Solar Panels

Stores Excess Energy

Activates Automatically in Grid Outages

Powers Home Appliances with Stored Energy

Unlock a Lifetime of Savings

From the phone you may be reading this on to the computer you have set up for working remotely, almost everything we use in our modern lives relies on electricity. With the advent of futuristic items like electric vehicles and smart home devices, tomorrow is truly electric.

But where to get that power from? And how much will you have to pay the utility company for it? With ARMA Solar, the answers are your roof, and ideally nothing. The simple solution is to tap into the abundance of energy the sun provides every day as a means of powering our day-to-day lives. Using the source of life to power our lives, that’s forward thinking.

Factors Affecting Your Lifetime Solar Savings

  • Average amount of your utility bill
  • Duration of living in your home
  • System size to fit your needs
  • Average number of sunlight hours your house gets
  • Pitch or angle of your roof
  • Local weather patterns

Investments that Pay Off for Homeowners

Investing in solar panels is not only a great way to save money on your utility bills, but it can also add value to your home. When you purchase solar panels outright or through a paid-off loan, they are counted as a real estate addition to your home, making them a valuable asset if you decide to sell your property.

However, if you are still making payments on a solar loan, ownership and added home value can vary depending on the contract. Nevertheless, having a solar panel system with a locked-in utility rate is still an attractive selling point for many potential buyers.

The value you get from your solar investment also depends on factors such as the size of the system and the amount of sunlight your home receives. With a no-strings-attached consultation from our experts, we can help you determine the best solar solution for your needs and budget, so you can enjoy the benefits of solar for years to come.

FACTORS INFLUENCING ADDITIONAL VALUE FROM SOLAR PANELS

System Age

The age of the solar panel system can significantly affect its added value to a home. Newer systems tend to be more attractive to potential buyers.

System Size

The size of the solar panel system determines how much energy it can produce and can also affect its added value to a home.

Location

The location of a home can influence the added value of a solar panel system. Factors such as community preferences and utility rates can impact the system’s attractiveness to potential buyers.

Technical Side of Solar Panels

Solar panels are made up of photovoltaic (PV) cells, which are made up of layers of silicon and other materials. When sunlight hits these cells, it excites the electrons in the silicon, creating a flow of electricity. This electricity is initially in the form of direct current (DC), which is not suitable for use in most homes and businesses.

To make the electricity usable, it must be converted into alternating current (AC), which is the type of electricity that powers homes and businesses. This is done using an inverter, which is typically installed near the electrical panel. The inverter takes the DC electricity from the solar panels and converts it into AC electricity, which can be used to power appliances and devices.

The amount of electricity that a solar panel can produce depends on a number of factors, including the size and efficiency of the panel, the amount of sunlight it receives, and the temperature of the panel.

Solar panels are typically installed on the roof of a home or business, facing south if possible to maximize the amount of sunlight they receive. They are mounted on racks that are attached to the roof, and are angled to optimize the amount of sunlight that hits them.

Once the solar panels are installed and connected to the inverter, they begin generating electricity immediately. Any excess electricity that is generated can be fed back into the electrical grid, earning the homeowner credits or money for the excess energy produced.

Solar Equipment

Photovoltaic (PV) Cells

PV cells are the foundation of solar panels. They are made of semiconductor materials that convert sunlight into electricity. When sunlight hits the PV cells, it causes the release of electrons from the atoms of the semiconductor material. The electrons then flow through the cell and into electrical circuits, creating a flow of electricity.

Solar Panels

Solar panels are made up of many PV cells connected in series and parallel, forming an array that can produce electricity. The panels are designed to absorb sunlight and convert it into electrical energy. The panels are mounted on rooftops or on the ground where they can receive maximum sunlight.

Array

An array is a group of solar panels connected together to provide electrical energy to a single location. The number of panels in an array depends on the energy needs of the location and the amount of sunlight available in the area.

Inverter

An inverter is a device that converts the DC electrical energy generated by the solar panels into AC electrical energy that can be used by your home and appliances. Inverters also help to optimize the performance of solar panels by tracking the maximum power point (MPP) of the array, which is the point at which the panels are producing the most power.

An Easy and Hassle-Free Process

Are you considering making the switch to solar energy but unsure of where to begin? Let Arma Solar guide you through the process with ease and expertise.

Our team starts with a thorough consultation to determine your specific energy needs and the best way to meet them. We then perform a comprehensive home assessment to design the perfect installation configuration. You can sit back and relax as we handle the required approvals from your local utility and municipality.

Once everything is in place, we’ll schedule installation for a time that works best for you. Our expert installers will ensure a seamless and professional installation process. And before you know it, your solar energy system will be up and running, providing you with clean, renewable energy and significant savings on your energy bills.

At Arma Solar, we strive to make the process of going solar as easy and hassle-free as possible. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you make the switch to solar energy.

Meet Your Solar Team

Sales Consultant

Your personal solar guru, who simplifies complex information to help you understand the benefits of solar for your home.

Site Technician

Measures your home and ensures it meets the requirements for solar panel installation.

Project Coordinator

Coordinates the design and installation processes, as well as necessary permits.

Installation Coordinator

Manages the scheduling, permits, and equipment needed for a smooth panel installation.

Installation Crew

Experts in electrical engineering, home construction, and solar, who perform the actual installation.

Customer Care

Available to answer questions and resolve any issues for the full 25-year agreement.

Field Service Technicians

Expert technicians who diagnose and repair any issues that arise during the 25-year agreement period.