Launches to Help Home Solar Panel Shoppers Find the Best Local Installer

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New consumer website helping educate people on the benefits of solar panel launched August 30th, 2013. is slated to be the most targeted source of solar related content and the most extensive directory of solar panel installers. ( ) has launched this summer featuring a database of local solar panel companies and solar resources for homeowners. Best Solar Experts has a service to provide a risk-free, no-obligation quote for potential solar customers using a brief form in order to get more information about the clients and their power usage. Consumers are provided extensive resources to educate themselves on the benefits of going solar and then the ability to select a solar panel provider in their area that best suits their needs. sets out to be the largest resource and directory for solar panel consumers and installers.

Best Solar Experts also features timely, relevant news and tips for readers from current developments with solar power to basic facts about renewable energy. One article, "It’s Solar, Not Time Travel: 3 Energy Myths You Might Believe" is about the false rumors that go around that may deter a homeowner from considering solar panels. It goes on to explain the researched facts about solar power and the benefits it can bring to someone who is eligible. For example, many fear the unreliability of something that is not widespread and mainstream. The article explains the statistics and research that proves otherwise on these claims.

Other resources explain that solar panels benefit the environment, along with possible government rebates--it is a win-win for environmentalists and frugal homeowners. The solar calculator section gives an estimate of how much money is being saved per month with bills. "In addition to what you would already save in electric bills, you may also receive a federal investment tax credit for either installing a Photovoltaic or solar water heating system. This is a one-time credit that gives back about 30% the cost of a homeowner’s total system, as of 2009," the description reads.

Those looking to learn about home solar can visit where they can read more about renewable energy, quotes, packages, offers and financing in their local area.

About is a new site guides homeowners to the best local solar installers for quotes, information, and finance options with no risk. For more information, please visit

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