Solar Company in North Carolina
Solar energy backed by a brand you trust in North Carolina
Service area update
ADT Solar is honored to have serviced communities across the state of North Carolina. While we make changes in certain areas, rest assured that we will continue to fulfill warranties on previously installed systems. Our dedicated customer support team is happy to answer any questions you might have about your system going forward. You can reach them at (833) 409-1007.
Trusted North Carolina Solar Installer
ADT Solar is a leading solar installer in North Carolina, helping homeowners all over the Tar Heel state power their homes with reliable solar panels. We treat every home we work on as if it were our own, going the extra mile to get your system right. That’s why we only partner with top-rated suppliers ― such as Tesla, Enphase and Qcells. And don’t forget – we back your system with a 25-year warranty.
A sleek and efficient solar energy system can help you turn the South’s bountiful sunshine into electricity, shielding you from energy rate hikes. And an ADT Solar array can provide you with real-time data about your home, so you can track how much you’re saving every day. Going solar in North Carolina is easy – we’ll make the whole process hassle-free. On top of our expertise in solar technology, our team has extensive roofing experience. We’ll assess your roof before installation to ensure it’s ready for a top-notch solar energy system, and we’ll ensure the integrity of your roof throughout the whole process. And when your panels are installed, we’ll make sure everything is back in tip-top shape. In North Carolina, ADT Solar is your best option for a solar energy system.
Why Choose ADT Solar in North Carolina?
Investing in a solar energy system for your home is a big commitment. As a company that has safeguarded homes for over 145 years, we share that same commitment. We are proud to be one of the most trusted companies in America, and we bring that same pride and care to powering your home with clean, efficient solar energy. Having a track record nearly a century-and-a-half long means our fully licensed team has performed installations for countless homeowners and that we’ll be around to back our industry-leading 25-year warranty.
ADT Solar has built its reputation on exceptional customer service. When we come to talk with you, we’re there to educate you about the technology and the process of going solar.
Benefits of ADT Solar:
- 25-year labor guarantee
- 25-year power production guarantee
- 25-year panel module performance guarantee
- 25-year Enphase microinverters guarantee
- 100% customer satisfaction
The best technology, equipment, expertise and value make ADT Solar the perfect choice for your solar energy system. To learn more about installing solar with one of the most trusted brands in North Carolina, click below.
Solar panel installation services in North Carolina
By working with ADT Solar, you’ll know that there are over 145 years of trust and know-how behind the solar energy system that’ll power your home for decades. ADT Solar’s home energy system brings technology from the best manufacturers in the world to your project. Our 25-year labor and product warranties ensure that your solar array works for you now and long into the future.
Each family has different energy demands and a different budget. A Solar Energy Specialist will work with you to design a customized solar energy panel system to help you meet your goals.
Our licensed team meets the highest industry standards and will ensure that your system performs well and lasts for years.
Once your rooftop solar system generates energy, you’ll want to know how much. Our mobile software lets you monitor the system and direct how your home uses the energy.
Going solar in North Carolina
ADT Solar makes it easy to go solar. Our Solar Energy Specialists will work with you to assess your home’s energy needs and potential for generating power. From there, we’ll design a solar energy system that’ll maximize the energy potential of your home while ensuring that your new panels look great on your home. We’ll work with local authorities for all required permitting and then our licensed installers will get your system up and running with no muss or fuss.
Take control of your energy bills
Electricity rates all across the country are projected to rise in the coming years as the supply of fossil fuels continues to be uncertain. (1) Going solar is one way to reduce your dependence on the electricity company and take more control of your power bill.
North Carolina solar incentives, tax credit, & rebates
Most folks that consider solar want to know when their break-even point comes. That’s when the money spent on a solar energy system equals the amount you’ve saved by generating your own energy. There are two big factors in that calculation: How much you pay for your system, and the price you’d have to pay for electricity if you didn’t have solar panels. With the cost of electricity skyrocketing, breaking even comes faster. But what can really help get you there are incentives the government and local utilities offer. For a look at all the local incentives in North Carolina, check out our blog here.
- Federal solar tax credit – Starting in 2022, the federal government is offering a tax credit worth 30% of the cost of your solar system, including labor costs and batteries.*
- Property tax exemption – In North Carolina, 80% of the value of your solar energy system is exempt from property taxes. In other words, if a solar energy system adds $10,000 to the value of your home, you only pay property tax on $2,000 of that amount.
- NC solar rebate – Duke Energy, one of the largest energy companies in North Carolina, will pay its customers to go solar with a solar rebate. The program is on a first-come/first-serve basis, but if you qualify, they’ll issue a rebate of up to $0.60 for every watt of solar capacity you add to your home energy system, up to $6,000.
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North Carolina solar FAQ
Solar panels are worth it in North Carolina for many homeowners, especially if they’re worried about out-of-control electricity prices and the many outages all those southern storms bring.
In most cases, no, a Homeowners Association (HOA) can’t restrict a homeowner’s ability to put solar panels on their home in North Carolina.(2)
Yes, solar panels often increase a home’s value. For more details, check out our blog about resale value.
North Carolina doesn’t have a state tax credit for solar, but they do have the Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) available.*