The Gift that Keeps on Giving
Despite the short winter days, this December holiday season is a time to think about light. The Winter Solstice on December 21st marks the day in the year when daylight starts growing longer. And, as we think about longer, sunnier days, we start to think about the upcoming year. We map out our plans & set our goals.
If 2020 has taught us anything, it is that our plans and goals need to be flexible. We keep that in mind as we plan how to best invest our time and our money, and how to make smart choices for our home and family.
This holiday season we encourage you to explore solar energy as a gift for your family.
There are truly few gifts that continue to give for many years, the way rooftop solar panels do. A solar energy system continues to pay off years later, while other investments you’ve made begin depreciating. A residential solar array lasts 30 years or more. And all along the way, it appreciates in value. Why not tap into the renewable energy of the sun and share a solar gift with your family?
Just imagine if you could put solar on the home of your son or daughter – or your mom and dad. For decades to come your gift would pay for or reduce their electric bill. Unlike a new car, this gift keeps on giving for all of those years. And just like a car… a solar energy system is beautiful and shines in the sun.
Other advantages of choosing clean, renewable solar energy for your family this holiday season: solar systems require very little maintenance. Solar panels also add to the property and resale value of your loved one’s home (4.1% according to a recent Zillow study).
Most of all…
What will they be able to buy with all of the money they save? Or, if the gift is for your immediate family, what will you be able to buy with the money that you save? Perhaps it’s a new car for a growing family, college tuition, or adding to retirement savings. Regardless of what you choose to do with the savings, your solar investment broadens your horizons. All while helping you live more sustanably and leave a legacy for generations to come.