Have you thought about your energy usage lately?

Although October and Energy Awareness Month are coming to a close, Crius is always dedicated to helping homeowners become aware of how much energy they are using, and to finding ways to make homeowners across the nation more energy efficient!

Insulating and de-drafting your home are obvious ways to keep heating costs low. But did you know that going solar is a great first step toward home energy efficiency? Here’s why:

Less power needed means more savings
In general, homeowners with solar energy systems can expect to produce between 50 and 90 percent of the power their home needs over the course of a year. That means you may need just 10 to 50 percent of the energy you’ve been paying for up ‘til now. At Crius, we treat every home individually – our energy consultants will consider the details of your home and design a solar energy system that maximizes your roof’s energy-generating potential!

No commitment required
As we mentioned, every solar customer is unique– so we’ll give you a customized, accurate estimate early in the solar process to help you evaluate your options. Some people are able to slash their electric bills by more than 50 percent, but everyone who qualifies for solar can expect the best value for the life of their solar contract.

Better for you, better for the planet
Last but not least, switching to solar makes an enormous environmental impact. The two main benefits of using solar energy are:
1. Solar energy systems do not produce air pollutants or carbon dioxide.
2. Solar energy systems on buildings have minimal impact on the environment.
Am I a good fit for solar?
It is pretty easy to assess if you are a good candidate for solar. If you own a home, have a mostly unshaded roof and pay more than $100 per month on electricity bills, your home could be a great fit for solar!

It’s a great time for homeowners across the nation to revisit their energy usage and consider ways they can save – before severe winter weather hits. Call us today and learn why it is a great time to go solar.

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