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ADT Solar1927 S. West Street Suite A
Wichita, KS 67213
Monday - Friday 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM CST
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Kansas Solar Company
At ADT Solar, we offer professional solar installations to residents across the state of Kansas. Our solar panel systems ensure your home will have clean, renewable solar energy powering your home. Every solar energy system by ADT is custom-designed and installed to last for decades. In fact, we’re proud to offer 25-year warranty and guarantees to give you confidence in our reliability.
With an average of 230 days of sunshine, Kansas offers the perfect opportunity to convert that sunlight into some major savings. With the added bonus of reducing your personal carbon footprint, net metering can save you money by significantly reducing your electric bill. The best part is, the cost to install solar panels in Kansas has reduced dramatically in recent years, making it a great financial investment for some homeowners.
Cost of Solar Panels in Kansas
Solar panels can have huge varying costs due to a number of factors involved such as sunlight exposure, energy consumption, equipment, labor, and solar incentives. The various factors make it difficult to give a one-size-fits-all price tag that will fit everyone’s home.
Luckily, our solar specialists can give you a free solar estimate based on your unique situation. We’ll take everything into account from solar panel system size to meet your energy consumption to solar incentives you can take advantage of. We’ll answer any questions you have so you can reach an informed decision about going solar.
Are Solar Panels Worth it in Kansas?
Solar panels can lead to some major savings for Kansas residents who decide to choose green energy. Through a combination of federal incentives, utility company policies, and decreased costs of solar panels, now has never been a better time for Kansas residents to go solar. In fact, according to the SEIA, prices for solar panels in Kansas have fallen 45% over the last five years. And with ADT Solar’s excellent warranties and guarantees, plus the 30% Federal Solar Tax Credit, now is the time to get a solar energy system.
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Kansas Solar Incentives and Rebates
Solar panels are very appealing, and they’re now more affordable than ever. And thanks to all the savings they generate, they typically pay for themselves within a few years. That means that you get profit for decades. And thanks to the Kansas solar available incentives, it’s never been simpler to install solar panels on your home and business.
A few of the solar incentives available for Kansas are:
30% Federal Solar Tax Credit
The federal government knows that renewable energy is going to be a big source of electricity in the future. That’s why they instituted the 30% Federal Solar Tax Credit for people looking to go solar. Taking advantage of this incentive can potentially give you 30% of the total cost of your solar panels back in tax credits, including the cost of installation. And on top of that, if you don’t use all your tax credits in one year, they just roll right over to the next.
Net Metering for Kansas Solar Panels
If you’re looking for a way to get the maximum value out of your solar panels, net metering is the way to go. It works like this: you install solar energy panels on your home. Your solar panels will produce electricity which your home will use. When your solar panels produce more electricity than your home needs, your excess electricity will be sent to your utility company’s electric grid. Your utility company will then credit you for your excess electricity. That means greater monthly savings for you.
While Kansas electric coops and municipal electric providers are not required to offer net metering, all other electric utility companies are. And many coops and municipal providers offer net metering in some form.
Board of Public Utilities (BUP)
Evergy (formerly Kansas City Power & Light, and Westar Energy)
Property Tax Exemption for Kansas Solar Panels
Not only do solar panels save you money, but they also add value to your home. On average, solar panels add $20 of value for every $1 you save on your electric bill. So if you saved $200 a month on your electric bill with solar panels, you’d have an additional $4,000 of value-added to your home.
But if you’re worried about increased property taxes as a result of this added value, worry not! In the great state of Kansas, solar panels are completely property tax exempt. So you get to enjoy all the value without having to pay anything more.
ADT Solar, Kansas Solar Installation Company
Investing in solar is a great choice for many homeowners. The electricity generated by your solar energy system will give you savings, and keep you free from your utility company’s ever-rising rates. ADT Solar has been a trusted solar installation company for over 10 years in the Southeastern United States. We use the highest quality materials, such as Silfab Solar for our solar panels, and Enphase microinverters. We refuse to offer anything less than the highest levels of customer service, and strive to perform far beyond our customers’ expectations.
Each installation performed by ADT Solar also comes with the following:
- Our 25-year labor warranty
- Our 25-year production guarantee
- A FREE energy audit of your home to ensure maximum savings.
ADT Solar is a trusted Kansas solar installation company. If you’d like to learn more about powering your home with clean, green solar energy, simply contact our solar specialists to learn more!
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*Tax and credits or incentives including those provided by federal, state, or local governments may change or end. This can impact the amount of money you might save. Consult a tax professional to understand any tax liability or eligibility for any tax credits that may result from the purchase of your solar system.
**If you have taxable income and own the system, you may qualify for the federal investment tax credit (ITC). It is your responsibility to determine your eligibility and to apply. Consult a qualified tax professional for assistance and details.