Solar Panels in Florida from SolarMaxFAMILY OWNED & OPERATED

SolarMax is here to serve the commercial and residential solar panel needs of the Tampa Bay Area area. SolarMax takes pride that we are family owned business that provides quality solar system installation.

SolarMax always puts the customer first. We have earned a premier reputation by tailoring solar systems to specifically fit each customer’s needs. Help us save the world, one panel at a time.

Tampa Bay Area Residential Solar Panels

Money into your pocket starting day one… The savings are immediate and last a lifetime… Satisfaction you are no longer a victim of rising energy costs… Pride that your family is part of the sustainability solution… Tampa Bay Area area residential solar panels help the environment…Thinking of your family’s future… Reduce America’s dependence on fossil fuel… Put the power of the sun to work for you… The money you save by taking the solar leap will help the USA grow American jobs….Help us save the world, one panel at a time.


Pinellas County: ClearwaterSt. Petersburg, Feather Sound, Belleair, North Redington Beach, Belleair Beach, Oldsmar, Belleair Bluffs, Pinellas Park, Belleair Shore, Redington Beach, Redington Shores, DunedinSafety Harbor, Gulfport, St. Pete Beach, Indian Rocks Beach, Indian Shores, Seminole, Kenneth City, South Pasadena, LargoTarpon Springs, Madeira Beach, Treasure Island, Clearwater Beach, Tierra Verde, Palm Harbor, Crystal Beach, Innisbrook, Countryside, Lealman, Ozona, East Lake, Shore Acres, Broadwater, Snell Isle, Coquina Key, Oakhurst, Pass A Grille, Bay Pines, Sand Key

Hillsborough County: TampaYbor CityBrandonValricoRiverviewWestchaseTown & Country, South Tampa, Davis Island, Interbay, Hyde Park, Rocky Creek, Palma Ceia, MulberryTemple Terrace, Citrus Park, Carrollwood, Keystone, Tampa Palms, Lutz, Harbour Island, Sun City Center, Apollo Beach, Macdill AFB, Beach Park, Lake Magdalene

Pasco County: New Port RicheyPort RicheyHudsonOdessaHoliday, Zephyr Hills, Wesley Chapel

Manatee County: SarasotaBradenton, Palmetto, Anna Maria, Bradenton Beach, Lakewood Ranch

Polk County: Lakeland

Lee County: Cape Coral

Osceola County: Kissimmee


Tampa Bay Area Florida Solar Panel Benefits

It’s long been known that renewable energy is the way of the future. As the supply of fossil fuels dwindles and faces increased scrutiny for pollution, climate change, and health issues, the cost continues to rise. Many local utilities have already begun to use alternative, renewable energy sources including wind, water, and solar power, but you don’t have to wait for your utility company to get on board: solar power is ready and available to home owners today — and there’s practically no end to the list of benefits.

Solar power makes it possible for Tampa Bay Area home owners to use the sun to power everyday life: running your air conditioner, washing clothing, watching TV, cooking dinner. All while reducing your carbon footprint, and without burning fossil fuels or putting a strain on the electrical grid. And while the environmental benefits of solar power are significant, many home owners find that the convenience, unique features, and cost savings of owning a solar power system are even more enticing.

Want to know about the details and benefits of solar powered energy systems for your Tampa Bay Area home? We’ll explain how solar powered homes work, factors that make your home a good candidate, environmental benefits, financial benefits, unique features, and much more. Read on to find out why a home solar power system may be a great investment for your home and lifestyle.


Tampa Bay Area Florida Solar Energy Rebates and Tax Credits

Florida, the Sunshine State, has tremendous solar potential. But, so far, the state isn’t living up to that potential. While Tampa Bay Area Florida has the third best physical and geographic conditions in the country for solar, it’s policies hold it down at 17th for installed solar capacity.

Florida does not have a renewable energy portfolio standard, which drives utility investment in other states. Additionally, state policy prohibits third-party owned systems. That means the solar leasing and power purchase agreements that have made solar boom among homeowners who can’t afford to buy solar systems outright in other states aren’t contributing to industry growth in Florida.

However, Tampa Bay Area Florida does offer some solar power financial incentives. Florida Power and Light offers a solar rebate and all of the utilities governed by the state utilities commission offer net metering. Under the law they must credit customers for net excess generation in a month. If, over a 12-month period, they generate more power than they use, the utility must pay them.

Purchasers of solar energy systems in Tampa Bay Area used in place of conventional energy systems are exempt from paying state sales and use tax. The exemption covers all components used in the system, not just solar panels. The Florida Solar Energy Center lists the components that qualify in a document found here.


Tampa Bay Area Solar Panel Installation

Step 1. Fill out the Tampa Bay Area solar panel installation form to give us basic information on your home or commercial enterprise, the proposed location for the solar panels, and your contact information.

Step 2. A local Tampa Bay Area solar install consultant will call to ask further questions and arrange a visit to your home or business.

Step 3. On-site visit to speak with the home or business owner, assess the location of the solar panel installation. Take measurements and answer specific questions about the solar panel installation.

Step 4. Solar installer will deliver detailed a detailed installation proposal for your Tampa Bay Area home or business. Proposal includes all applicable rebates, from the city of Tampa Bay Area, state and federal energy tax credits. Contracts signed.

Step 5. A typical solar panel installation takes 1-2 days after the solar panels and equipment arrive. Solar panel installation will usually involve 2-3 Tampa Bay Area installers working together to complete the job.

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