Why Choose Solar?

Why Choose Solar?

Solar power is the cleanest, most reliable form of renewable energy and is becoming an increasingly important part of our world’s energy future. Since 2008, more states have invested significant resources to make solar power more accessible. With dramatically lowered costs and fewer barriers to entry, solar power is no longer a dream – it’s a reality.

With Homebridge’s solar plan, you can now make that reality a part of your home energy options.

The Benefits You Will See From Solar Energy

With solar, you can improve both the environment and the value of your home. Beyond making both a better place to live, here’s what else solar will do for you:

  • Renewable energy resource – Solar energy can be harnessed in all areas of the world and is available year-round.
  • Electricity bill reduction – Your energy bills will drop. Any energy that you do not use will be re-circulated for more use and credited back to you.
  • Increased home value – As solar technology is adopted by more people, it will be a favorable add-on to the home.
  • 24/7 Energy – Solar energy is available for your home at all hours of the day. Your solar panels will store the energy gained during the day to use at night.
  • Increased savings – Solar pays for itself by saving homeowners up to 70% on their energy bills.
Solar Plans

Solar Plans

Homebridge allows you to take advantage of solar technology in a variety of financing scenarios.

  • Can act as an add-on with renovation loans

If you are using a loan to renovate your house, part of the loan can be used towards solar panels.

  • Can be included in the purchase of a new home

Whether you’re buying your first or second home, solar can be integrated into the overall home mortgage.

  • Can be used as part of a refinancing package

If you are refinancing, you can factor the price of the solar installation into your new mortgage price.

How Does the Homebridge Solar Plan Work?

  1. Homebridge will connect with a solar vendor who is an expert in constructing solar panel systems
  2. The contractor will then go out to the home to do a survey
  3. Once the contractor has done estimates on the size and scope of the project, Homebridge will review and approve it
  4. The solar vendor will install the solar energy system onto your home
  5. Once the installation is complete, you can then use your new solar system

Ready to Invest in Solar?

When you’re ready to make an investment in solar, we’re ready to help you.

Click here to find a local Homebridge Mortgage Loan Originator who will guide you to make the best solar decision for your home!

If you have more questions about solar, please visit our FAQ page.


* According to the U.S. Department of Energy