Komprehensiv Reports Rising Prices for Homes with Solar Panels

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AIn by far the most exhaustive and detailed study to date, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) found that solar homes sold 20% faster, for 17% more than the equivalent non-solar homes, across several subdivisions built by different California builders. See full report here

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A finding recently reported by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) uncovered that homes with solar panels sell faster and for more. Indeed, this is just one instance of how the Komprehensiv solution is all about going green, financially speaking of course.

The findings indicated that on average, homes with solar capabilities sold within a seventy-five day timeframe, thirteen days faster than their non-solar counterpart. What’s more, solar homes not only sold faster than traditional homes, but they also sold for more. For instance, the median price for a home accompanied by solar panels sold for around $245,375 whereas the median price for a non-solar home weighed in around $ 196,250. Given the fact that solar homes sold for an impressive $49,125 dollars more than their traditional counterpart, the increased value of homes is just one of the many virtues solar power has to offer.

“It’s great to provide a product you can be proud of. Nothing is better than knowing that you can make money by benefitting the environment, society, and your customer. It’s truly a joy to know we can brighten up people’s lives, regularly,” said Michael Janzen, partner at Komprehensiv, and celebrated TV personality, Mr. Sunshine.
Komprehensiv’s leadership team is comprised of the Arizona Energy Market’s crème of the crop. They all previously worked at other solar companies, but they decided that the existing solar companies fell short of Komprehensiv. They decided to launch a new company that emphasized energy efficiency in tangent with solar panel technology.

Some of the variables involved in the Komprehensiv solution include: solar AC, insulation, LED lighting, and energy efficient, tankless water heaters. Running a home at optimal efficiency drastically reduces the amount of energy necessary. Indeed, optimal efficiency allows for a home to be easily powered by a few strategically placed solar panels.

“Ideally, the perfect home will run like a car that requires almost no gas,” said Janzen.    
Taking into account the reduction in utility bills, the increased value to a home, and the lucrative tax breaks associated with clean energy, it seems only logical that the energy problem be met with a komprehensiv solution.

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