Frequently Asked Questions
Our goal at Solar Dynamics is to not only ensure you get the best system for your business but that you fully understand how solar works.
There is a 30% tax credit available to anyone who purchases solar technology for their home or business. In addition to that 30% credit, businesses can also take advantage of MACRS depreciation. The combination of these two incentives makes solar for business an unbelievable deal!
Solar tax credits are used by taxpayers to reduce their tax liability. The solar tax credit is not a deduction; it's a credit. You would use it at tax time to reduce your IRS bill by the value of the solar tax credit.
For example, if you owe the IRS $10,000 in taxes but you have a $10,000 solar tax credit, then you would owe the IRS nothing!
It is not possible to store solar energy without an energy storage component like a battery. During the day, you will use your solar energy in your home. You will sell the excess power back to the grid as “store credit.” Then you purchase it back at night or when you use a lot of power. The extra amount you produce carries over to the next month if you produce more than you use on average.
We did an exhaustive review and chose to only use products from top-of-the-line solar panels and inverters manufacturers such as Solar Edge and Enphase. We factored in factors such as warranty duration, financial stability of the company, years of experience, technologies offered, research & development capacity, and affordability. Our team is certified to install, maintain, and troubleshoot solar inverters from all our manufacturers.
Our customers are more than satisfied with our selection; we believe you will feel the same way!
The solar panels we install are designed to withstand wind speeds of 170+ mph, as required by the Florida Building Code. The solar panels are attached directly to the roof trusses to ensure a secure, long-term installation.
You should wash off dust and grime twice a year. If you let the rain do the work, you might not even notice. If the area of your home or business is known for collecting large debris or is an area where birds hang out, clean the solar panels regularly.
If you add solar to your roof today and then need to re-roof a few years later, you can easily remove the panels, re-roof, and re-install them.
If you plan on re-roofing this year, we suggest you go ahead and do it at the same time as the solar installation. That way, our installation team can work with your roofer and we can ensure your roof warranty is preserved. We are quite familiar with roofers and solar installers working together.
No! The Solar Access Law in Florida states that you cannot be restricted from installing solar panels on your roof based on where they are installed or how they look.