At Lifetime Solar in Las Vegas, we want you to get the most out of your solar panels, whether you are considering purchasing your panels upfront, are interested in a monthly solar loan, or are considering a lease. While buying solar panels outright provides the highest return on investment, some homeowners don’t have the cash on hand to cover the upfront costs of transitioning to solar energy. Luckily, there are options you can take advantage of to finance your solar system.
Solar Power Is Within Your Reach
Many homeowners want to reduce their carbon footprint and transition their home to a cleaner source of energy. Solar is becoming increasingly affordable, so why not invest now? Whether you decide to lease or finance your residential solar panel purchase using a solar loan, you will be saving on future energy costs either way.
Should You Consider A Solar Loan?
If you decide to go with a loan, Lifetime Solar offers generous financing terms that you can take advantage of to invest in your future. We want to make the process of purchasing solar panels easy and affordable, so our solar loans are designed for Las Vegas homeowners just like you.
- You Will Own The Solar Panels
- No Lease Payments
- Flexible Financing Terms
- Reduced Energy Costs
Leasing Solar Panels
The main difference between a lease vs. a loan is who owns the solar panels. If you decide to buy outright, you are the owner of those solar panels. With a solar lease, we maintain ownership of the panels and you use all of the energy the system creates.
We charge a monthly fee to lease the panels. The actual cost depends on the size of your home or business.
- No Upfront Cost For Installation
- Affordable Lease Terms
- Cost Savings On Energy
Solar Financing Made Easy
If you’re interested in upgrading to solar energy, Lifetime Solar in Las Vegas is a solar company you can trust. We offer both solar loans and leases, making the switch to clean, renewable energy possible with our flexible financing opportunities. Contact us today to learn more about solar loans vs. leases.