The average cost of installing solar panels in Washington State ranges from $20,000 to $40,000, depending on the size of the system and specific installation requirements. Incentives and tax credits can significantly reduce these costs.

Washington offers several incentives, including the federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC), Washington State Sales Tax Exemption, and various utility rebates. These incentives can cover up to 30% or more of the installation costs. Learn more about Washington Solar Incentives.

Savings on electricity bills can vary, but on average, homeowners can save between 70% to 90% of their annual electricity costs. This depends on the size of the system, energy usage, and local electricity rates.

The installation process typically takes 1 to 3 days. However, the entire process, including permits and inspections, can take 1 to 3 months.

Solar panels require minimal maintenance. Regular cleaning and annual inspections by a professional to ensure optimal performance are recommended.

Solar panels are durable and typically have a lifespan of 25 to 30 years. Most manufacturers provide warranties for 20 to 25 years.

Yes, solar panels can still generate electricity on cloudy days. Washington’s solar technology can capture diffused sunlight, ensuring energy production throughout the year.

Yes, installing solar panels can increase your property value. Studies have shown that homes with solar systems sell faster and at higher prices than those without.

Net metering allows solar panel owners to sell excess electricity back to the grid, earning credits on their utility bills. In Washington, this program helps offset costs and can lead to significant savings.

Yes, installing solar panels requires permits from your local jurisdiction. We will  handle the permitting process, ensuring compliance with all zoning and building codes.