Produce Your Own Clean Energy

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In the mid-1990s, development of both, residential and commercial rooftop solar as well as utility-scale photovoltaic power stations, began to accelerate again due to supply issues with oil and natural gas, global warming concerns, and the improving economic position of PV relative to other energy technologies.


achieved Residential and commercial rooftop solar as well as utility-scale photovoltaic power stations, began to accelerate again due to supply issues with oil

  • Use natural resources and clean energy
  • Long-term economic benefits
  • Installation and maintenance simple, stable system
  • Reasonable cost, suitable for a variety of objects, organized

The fuel prices are getting higher and higher and there is little hope for the trend to change in the near future. Going solar helps you save on energy costs. According to research, solar can help cut down an average range of 40 to 60% of your energy bill.


Solar panels use energy from the sun – and you don’t have to buy energy from the sun. Also, with rapidly increasing electricity prices, staying on the grid is only likely to fizzle out your savings.


Homes with residential solar panels installed on their roofs have a higher market value and are likely to find a buyer more quickly if put up for sale. According to estate agents, many home buyers now look for homes with pre-installed panels as it saves them the installation costs and other related costs and hassles.


At Florida Solar One, we specialize in making the solar installation process as easy and affordable as possible for Florida residents. For each new solar panel system we provide, our expert team goes through a series of steps to ensure a seamless installation. Here’s what to expect when going solar:

To put you on the path to savings, we start by learning about your electricity costs and rooftop to develop the best solution for your home. Start by answering a few questions regarding your property.

Your solar specialist will connect with you to review your customized solar options and answer any questions. They’ll also provide you with potential electricity bill savings. We’ll then work with you to propose a custom plan that’ll best fit your home or business.

Once you’ve agreed to move forward, we’ll schedule a time for one of our site assessors to meet you at your home, where we’ll take a deeper dive into evaluating your home. During the assessment, they’ll evaluate your roof and begin taking measurements to create your custom plan.

After your assessment, our design team will create your system design. We’ll work with you to finalize the design documents and ensure a solar solution that’s built for your home’s needs. Once we’ve engineered an efficient system for your home, we’ll send you the final system for approval.

Now that your design is ready, we’ll coordinate with your local municipality to get approval. You won’t have to do anything during this step, because our team will prepare and submit all of the paperwork. We’ll let you know as soon as everything is approved so that we can schedule the installation.

Now that your permitting is approved and paperwork has been signed, our team will get to work on your solar installation. We’ll coordinate with you to determine a schedule for delivering equipment and completing your home’s installation. Our installers will need access to your home and breaker boxes.

After the installation, we’ll work with your utility to make sure the system complies with energy standards and is grid-connected. The inspection will also help us ensure long-term quality and performance from the system. We’ll let you know when the municipality inspection will take place.

We’ll do the heavy lifting by applying for permission to operate from your local utility. Once approved, we’ll provide instructions on activating your system. Review the instructions and start generating solar power at your home. Now your system is live and ready to harness the power of the sun.