Fat Wallet Syndrome, Customers Experiencing Savings of 50% with Peak Solar New DIY Solar Kits

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Website aimed at helping consumers save more than 50% on a photovoltaic system with DIY Solar Kits at PeakSolar.com.


According to a 2013 nationwide cost benefit analysis of home solar systems, the average installed price per KW of energy to be hovering around $6.30. Through new contract with manufacture and update in tech technology Peak Solar's customers can now install their own photovoltaic system for as little as $1.39 per watt using DIY solar kits. In addition to keeping more money in their pocket during installation, customers continue to reap substantial savings over the next 25 years.

The cost of photovoltaic system continues to fall, the number of home installations is on the rise. Purchasing power from the grid means that monthly payments will continue forever. Furthermore, the rate that utilities charge is expected to increase by 3.78% each year.

With a Peak Solar New DIY solar kit, the payment is a one-time, upfront expense. Once installation is completed, the electricity generated is free. When comparing the economics, incentives and rebates factor into how quickly a photovoltaic system will pay for itself. Many Peak Solar customer have reach this point in as little as two or three years.

Free help and advice from solar energy experts is available at PeakSolar.com through a new chat feature. Potential customers can also explore other money saving options and learn just how easy it can be to get in on the solar revolution.

Peak Solar is an innovative leader in helping budget conscious customers attain their energy goals by utilizing DIY solar kits. Attention to detail, award winning customer service and a low cost pledge are the values that set Peak Solar apart from the competition.

John Bucher,

About Peak Solar:
The Peak Solar team has over four decades of experience in solar development and engineering. Together, they are working to make the science of solar energy a reality for average Americans. In addition to supplying photovoltaic systems, power inverters, DIY solar kits and components for residential applications, the company is a provider for large scale commercial projects and development.

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