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Is My Home Good for Solar?

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There’s no question that solar power is an excellent source of renewable energy — and one that’s becoming more affordable day by day. But even with that being said, many homeowners still struggle with the idea of it. Part of this is because of uncertainty. Even if the solar panel system is affordable, many homeowners are unsure of how much power solar can provide, and if their house is a good fit.

A common assumption is that you need to have a home that’s exposed to constant sunlight every single day of the year. Not true! While that’s certainly ideal, you’d be surprised at how many homes can comfortably host a reliable solar panel array. While sunlight is obviously the biggest factor, there are several aspects of a home that we look at to determine how viable it is for solar power. Do you want to know if your home is a good fit for solar? Here are some indicators to look at:

Your Monthly Energy Bill

At Jolt Solar, we wholeheartedly believe in the environmental benefits that solar power provides. By harnessing energy from the ever-renewable sun, it draws less power from the electrical grid, which means the power plants don’t have to work as hard. While one home doesn’t make a huge difference, we could have a sizable impact on carbon emissions if solar is adopted en masse! 


However, we fully understand that, for most people, money talks. And let’s face it — not everyone is so gung-ho about green energy that they’d increase their bills every month to accommodate it. That’s why the first thing you should look at is your energy bill. If you’re paying more than $75 a month on average, you will likely be paying less money overall each month if you switch to solar. And no need to worry about upfront expenses — at Jolt Solar, we provide zero down payment plans so that you can immediately start enjoying the cost savings without having to shell out a few thousand dollars upfront that you can’t afford.

Ultimately, it’s hard to say no to reducing your monthly bills. The best part? You’ll be doing your part to reduce your carbon footprint.

The Condition Of Your Roof

For maximum efficacy, solar panels are installed on the roof of your home. But these are large, heavy devices, so it’s important to make sure that your roof is ready for it. For relatively new homes, there’s no room for doubt — most roofs have a useful lifespan of a few decades or more. But not every home is brand new, and some of them have housed multiple generations of families.

While it is possible to temporarily remove solar panels for a re-roofing job, this is ideally something that you’d take care of before getting them installed. It’s easier, it’ll save you money in the long run, and it’ll guarantee that you get maximum efficiency out of your solar panel system with peace-of-mind.

The Local Climate

Now we’re getting to the important stuff — the weather. Sunlight, obviously, is a huge factor in the viability of solar systems, and you may think you’re out of luck if you live somewhere that’s frequently overcast. Think again! While climate does certainly have an effect on how well your panels will work, it’s not the end-all be-all decider that some people think it is. 

Here are some bullet points to consider:

  • Cloudiness: A common misconception is that clouds block sunlight. This isn’t strictly true — high efficiency solar panels can work even on cloudy days, so you don’t need to live in sunny California or the Mojave Desert to get max usefulness out of them. If you live in an area that has more overcast days than sunlight, we’ll give you an estimate of what your solar panel performance would most likely look like on average. But know this — clouds are not a dealbreaker! 
  • Hail: Hail is actually more of a concern than clouds, because it has the potential to damage solar panels. We don’t want to sound too ominous when we say this, as modern solar panels are built to last. They’re engineered to withstand the elements over 25+ years of 24/7 exposure to the elements, so it’s not like they’re going to bust apart at the first sign of hail. But if your area frequently gets hailed on in heavy amounts, it could be a cause for concern. 
  • Snow: Snow is the other weather-induced ailment that can be troublesome for solar panels. While snow clouds don’t obscure UV light, the snow itself does. That is to say, if your panels end up getting covered in a healthy dose of snow, they won’t be getting much power. Fortunately, snow usually slides off on its own due to their incline angle, but not 100% of the time. We’ve installed solar panels in states like Colorado where snowy winters are a given, so it’s not a dealbreaker, but it is an important factor to consider. 

The Shade Over Your Home

Believe it or not, it is possible to live in a perfectly sunny area and not be viable for solar power. This isn’t common, but it’s possible because of shade. Shade is an indicator that the sunlight is quite literally not reaching an area, and if your house sits in it for most of the day, it doesn’t bode well for solar panels.

For most homes, this isn’t a concern, but there are some exceptions. You may have a massive tree that has overshadowed your home for generations. If you’re feeling good about solar, it might need to be cut down. Or, you may just live next to gargantuan buildings that cast large shadows on you. Maybe you live in a canyon where the great mountainsides block the sun on a regular basis. If your home is in a spot where shade quite literally can’t be avoided, you may not be the best candidate for solar power.

The Slope of Your Roof

There’s no one-size-fits-all strategy for solar panel installation. Every home is different, and even two homes with the same exact layout might have their systems installed differently due to positioning relative to the sun. 

The best solar systems are uniquely installed to harvest as much sunlight as possible. This takes into account the rotation of the sun and where it will be every hour of the day. Because of this, a roof’s slope is pretty important. Some homes have an uneven slope, with one short side and one long one. If the long side was positioned away from the sun during peak hours of the day, it obviously wouldn’t be as effective as a home with an opposite configuration.

Keep in mind that’s an oversimplified explanation. To understand how well-suited your home is for solar based on its roofing, we encourage you to contact our team of solar professionals today — we can give you a rundown on your unique situation.

Contact a Team of Solar Panel Professionals Today

From these basic factors, you can do a rough self-evaluation of how good your home is for solar, but we would encourage you not to jump to conclusions until you’ve spoken with a professional. At Jolt Solar, we can evaluate your home and give you a detailed rundown on how well solar power would perform for your house. We’re experts here, and we’ve helped more homeowners than we can count to adopt renewable energy systems. 

Jolt Solar operates in California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, New Mexico, Nevada, Texas, and Utah, with more states to come in the following year. We would love to help you get started with a solar energy system that’s perfect for your home. There’s no reason to sit around waiting for the renewable energy revolution — contact us today to get started!

5 Questions to Ask If You’re Going Solar

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Are you considering making the change to solar power? You’ve come to the right place. At Jolt Solar, we help homeowners make the switch to renewable energy at affordable rates, saving them money every single month for years on end. But getting solar panels isn’t like walking into the store, putting them in your cart, and checking out. Every solar panel system is custom-tailored to its home, so it’s important to ask a few questions before you make the switch.

At Jolt Solar, we provide free consultations where we will examine your home, determine its viability for solar panels, and give you a plan for moving forward. In these consultations, we will ask most of these questions and more. With that being said, it’s still prudent to think about them on your own, to ensure that you set yourself up with the future in mind.

Here are some questions to ask if you’re considering making the switch to a solar energy system.

How Much Power Do I Use Every Month?

Obviously, no single home consumes the exact same amount of power every month, and that’s one of the frustrations about power bills — unless you’re paying really close attention to your energy usage, the bill can fluctuate greatly. One month it might be surprisingly cheap, only to offset that the next month with an abnormally high charge. One great benefit of solar power is that you can replace your utility bill with a solar payment. Because solar energy covers most or all of your power usage, you’ll be paying a flat rate to pay off your system each month, rather than a variable monthly fee to the utility company.

And that’s why it’s useful to examine your average monthly power usage, as well as your annual trends. Solar energy systems are custom-tailored for each home, and it is possible to have a system that’s too large or too small for your needs. If you overcompensate with a massive system and only end up using a fraction of its power, you’re paying more money than is necessary, which can partially deflate the point of switching in the first place. Meanwhile, if you underestimate your usage and cut corners, you might be paying a decent amount of your utility bill each month in addition to the solar power. It’s a delicate balance and you don’t want to go too far in either direction.

When you consult with our team at Jolt Solar, we will ask for a year’s worth of energy bills. While we can work with a general ballpark, the specifics help us help you best. The actual bills let us design a system that’s perfect for your needs — just enough to give you everything you need, while reducing the risk of underutilization.

Will My Energy Needs Change in the Future?

It pays to cast an eye toward the future when you’re considering solar energy. It’s useful having a history of your energy usage, but it’s also prudent to look ahead, because things change. If your energy usage is likely to increase in the future, consider setting up your solar panel system to accommodate for those changes. Here are some things to think about:

  • Will My Family Get Bigger or Smaller? Do you have little tykes running amuck through their childhood, or do you live with rowdy, restless teenagers who are eager to get out on their own? Are you nursing an elderly relative? Are you a happy couple right now but you plan on having children later? These questions all matter. The bigger your family gets, the more energy usage you’ll want to prepare for. Likewise, if your family will be shrinking in the coming years, we might subtract a little bit from your average energy usage to calculate future trends.
  • Will I Be Driving an Electric Vehicle? For all we know, maybe we’ll all have self-driving electric hovercars 20 years from now. There’s only so much you can predict with certainty, but ignoring the possibility that we evolve into a Jetsons-esque sci-fi utopia anytime soon, you should ask yourself if an electric car is in the cards. Electric vehicles are fantastic, but they do draw upon your home’s power to charge. In the interest of saving money, solar-generated electricity is way cheaper than gasoline, so you should definitely think about it.
  • Will I Be Making Lifestyle Changes?  Some homeowners get a smaller system with the intention of running the AC less, to conserve energy and save money. Conversely, some folks pump it harder to live more comfortably because the solar energy system offers more freedom. Consider what kind of lifestyle changes you’re likely to make. This includes average vs ideal thermostat temperatures, working from home, and so on.

How Much Have My Utility Prices Inflated Over the Years?

One of the most compelling benefits of solar energy is that it effectively replaces your power bill. Under the right system, you’ll use little to no energy from the grid, which means your only monthly payment will be your solar payment. Since this is just paying off a long-term expense, the rate is fixed and will never change over the course of 20+ years.

If you want some motivation for making the switch, see if you can’t dig up a history of your utility payments over the years. You may notice that they’ve inflated a bit. Inflation is a constant in our society; almost everything inflates in price, from cheeseburgers to gas prices. Utility bills are no different, and in 20 years, you could be paying a lot more in power bills than what you’re paying right now. 

Inflation can’t be predicted to the penny, but look at past trends and prediction models for the future, and ask yourself how much money you’d be saving each month under a Jolt Solar plan.

If you need even more motivation, ask yourself this related question: “where has my power been coming from until now?” Spoiler: the answer is “dirty fossil fuels that are poisoning people near and far” in almost every part of the country, so that’s all the more reason to cut up that bill.

Will I Be Selling My Home Soon?

Admittedly, solar power isn’t a perfect investment for everyone. In theory, every homeowner should have it, but certain circumstances may make it a more questionable investment. One of these circumstances is relocation. If you have plans on moving within the next five years, you’ll definitely want to sit down and evaluate whether or not it’s a prudent investment. 

Even so, don’t write anything off the table until you’ve spoken to our team of solar energy professionals. At Jolt, our mission is to make solar affordable and accessible to as many people as possible, and it’s not impossible for solar to yield positive returns, even if you’re not sticking around for a decade. It depends greatly on how much value solar adds to your home, and what happens to the solar loan you’re paying off.

In most cases, homeowners pay off the remaining balance of their solar bill when they relocate — this is often made possible by the additional value that the solar system adds to their home, often reaching thousands of dollars more than comparable non-solar homes. However, it’s also possible to transfer the loan to the new homeowners. They will have to qualify for it, but if they do, it’s a fairly easy transition. Either of these are viable options for solar power if you don’t plan on sticking around for the long haul.

Who Should I Order Solar Panels From?

Finally, if you’ve settled on the idea that you definitely want solar energy for your home, it’s important to make sure you’re working with the right people. There are many solar companies out there, and you’re going to want one who stands by honesty, integrity, and quality. Look no further! At Jolt Solar, our company was founded by experienced solar professionals who have seen it done wrong and knew we could do better. We’re streamlined to help homeowners like you get started with solar in a way that’s easier, more affordable than ever, and low-stress with no high-pressure sales tactics. We provide solar systems for homeowners in California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, New Mexico, Nevada, Texas, and Utah, with more states to come in the following year. 

You might hear naysayers try to tell you that solar energy systems are complicated, expensive, and confusing. We’re here to dispel that myth. Solar power has never been easier or more ubiquitous than it is now, and we’re here to help everyone we can to step into the future of renewable energy. Contact us today to get started!

What Young New Homeowners Need to Know About Solar Energy

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It’s hard to find people who say no to “free”. Especially when it comes to things like reducing your bills. Would you say no to solar if it were offered for no cost? Who wouldn’t?

For most folks, the advantages of solar power are obvious — it saves money in the long run, it creates renewable energy, and it helps to reduce your carbon footprint.

And yet, solar panels have long been associated with the ambitions of those who can afford the “extreme” lifestyle — either extremely rich, up there with luxury cars and inground hot tubs in the list of “things old people can afford, but not me”, or the extremely eco-conscious, i.e. “things those crazy hippies on the West Coast love, but aren’t realistic for most people”.

Indeed, younger homeowners still may have a fear of solar power, even while they wholeheartedly support the idea of green. The reason, of course, is money. For many millennial and gen-z homeowners, the bare minimum is the only option. Property prices are higher than ever, and wages aren’t exactly catching up quickly. Solar seems like an unattainable option — at least, until time and opportunity open up one’s finances.

But what if we told you this was a myth? What if we said that solar power could actually reduce the amount you’re paying in bills every month, even while the system is still being financed? What if we told you you could sign up for solar in less than 15 minutes, with no upfront fees or down payments?

That’s right — at Jolt Solar, we make solar affordable and accessible to everyone. Here’s what you need to know about solar energy if you’re a young and/or new homeowner.

Solar Panels Can Reduce Your Monthly Bills

If you didn’t already know, one of the biggest benefits of solar panels is that they reduce your monthly power bill — often down to nothing at all, depending on how much power you use. That’s right, if you play your cards well, you won’t even have to pay a penny in actual power fees.

But it’s not that easy. You still have to cover the cost of the actual solar panel system, which isn’t just any cheap gadget. A solar system is a small construction project for your home. Most people finance over the course of many years so that you’re paying a fixed monthly amount. Even if your power fees have been all but eliminated, a bill is a bill.

This is usually what scares people away from solar. And this is why we need to clarify what we offer here at Jolt — with our solar energy systems, you can save money on your total bills every month, while your system is being financed. Our solar plans are so affordable, that even with the financing, it will be less than what you’re currently paying for power. That doesn’t sound too bad, right?

With solar panels, you’re effectively just replacing your current bill with a different one, until the system is completely paid off and you don’t need to pay anything at all. But that new bill is cheaper, and 100% predictable. You’re paying the same amount every month instead of the fluctuating payments that you pay to your power utility provider. That’s what we offer here at Jolt.

Solar Payment Plans Last for 20-25 Years

The important thing that new homeowners need to know about solar plans is that they last for quite a long time. Most plans range from 20-25 years, so they’re ideal for homeowners who are committed to the long haul. You did the same mental arithmetic when you compared your rent to taking out a mortgage. It’s theoretically possible to reduce the payment period, but just like mortgages, that would result in higher monthly payments. While this seems like a tremendous period of time, it’s right in the same league as a mortgage, making it an attractive bundle option.

When you buy a new home and set up solar right when you move in, the solar payments essentially just replace what you’d usually be paying in power bills. If done from the beginning, it’ll just feel like a foundational aspect of your home ownership. And once the payment period is over, you’ve got all kinds of lovely benefits — a life that’s free of mortgage payments and power bills.

Think about it like this – when you bought your last car, did they offer a chance to fill up the tank at a low fixed rate that matches your auto loan term? Obviously not, but if they did, it would be hard to say no. (Psst: you should get an electric car if you’re going solar – knock out your gasoline expenses for good too!)

There’s No Reason to Wait for Solar

We mentioned earlier that cost is the biggest barrier to adopting solar power. The second biggest one, however, is the “wait and see” mentality. In a nutshell, a lot of folks are hesitant to adopt solar, because they’d rather “wait and see” what’s around the horizon.

Maybe solar prices will be cheaper in a year or two. Maybe there will be some breakthrough that cuts costs. Maybe the government will launch some mandate that provides free solar to everyone (sure, and Canada will pay for it). No matter what is around the corner, there’s always someone pining for it.

20 or 30 years ago, the waiting game was actually a pretty good strategy. This is because solar energy was still relatively new, and was going through a lot of innovation, both in its manufacture and efficiency. But technology always levels out somewhere, and eventually solar did too. The world’s finest engineers have been perfecting the modern solar panel for decades, and at this point, we’ve got them running about as efficiently as possible. In other words, you shouldn’t expect any major changes in solar panels for a while. We’ve reached the point where new innovations and price drops yield diminishing returns, and the price has stabilized at a certain range that’s fairly consistent across the entire solar industry.

With that being said, there’s no good reason to wait around for solar. Will it get cheaper over the years? Yes, but that price drop will be negligible compared to the drops that have happened in the last couple of decades. At this point, it’s more worth it to just invest now and enjoy the benefits right away. So who cares if you can get panels that are 5% more efficient in a couple years? You just spent two years’ worth of power bills waiting!

Solar Can Improve Your Home’s Value

If you’re a new homeowner, you probably aren’t intending on selling your home anytime soon. In fact, maybe you’re prepared to stay for the long haul — those 15-30 years that correspond to your mortgage. Nevertheless, it’s useful to know that solar panel systems do, in fact, increase the value of your home. A solar system can add anywhere from $9,000 – $30,000 on the selling price, usually scaled to the size of the home and the system.

This is valuable information for anyone who may consider a relocation at some point. Perhaps you’ll land a new job, or your family will grow and you’ll seek to upsize. Whatever the reason for relocation is, a solar system shouldn’t be a deterrent. If you’ve spent some years making payments, the extra value from solar is quite often enough to pay off the rest of your balance of   — and then some. 

This isn’t a temporary trend either. Solar is becoming increasingly more popular, and the demand is only going to rise in the coming years, especially as the issue of curbing climate change and investing in the future of the planet becomes a bigger talking point in public discourse.

You Can Get Started Today With No Down Payment

At Jolt Solar, we realize that countless homeowners are deterred from solar power for a variety of reasons. Our mission is simple: to spread the word, wide and clear, that solar power is more attainable and affordable than it’s ever been. This technology isn’t reserved for the old or the rich. It’s not some experimental nonsense, and it saves homeowners money instead of adding to their budget. What’s not to like?

Best of all, at Jolt Solar, we make it easy to get started. Ordering a solar panel system with us is quick and easy; in a 15 minute phone call we can have you set up. No joke! We provide solar systems to homeowners in California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, New Mexico, Nevada, Texas, and Utah, with more states to come in the following year. If you’re in any of these states, there’s never been a better time to go green. Contact us today to get started!

5 Benefits of Solar Energy

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Welcome to our first official blog post here at Jolt Solar! If you stick around and continually check our blog (which we hope you do), you’ll quickly learn that we have a lot to say about solar. We are, after all, a solar company, and we want to inform as many people as possible about the wonderful benefits of making the switch to solar power.


In our blogs, we’ll be talking about just about everything under the sun that relates to solar energy. We’ll talk about how solar energy is affordable and accessible to everyone, contrary to popular belief. We’ll talk about common myths and misconceptions. We’ll talk about what separates Jolt Solar from other companies. We’ll talk about renewable energy, and the science of solar. But, as much as we could talk about these things (and many more), none of it really matters if you have no interest in solar power in our first place.

There is one important question that’s foundational to everything we want to talk about — why switch to solar energy? If this remains unanswered, all that other stuff we want to talk about doesn’t matter a whole lot. And that’s why, for our first post, we’ll be diving into the benefits of solar energy. Here are several things you have to gain from making the switch to solar:

Pay Less Every Month — Even While You’re Financing

There are plenty of great benefits to solar that are part of this list, but we understand all too well that money talks. It’s hard to blame anyone who sees cost as the biggest barrier to solar power. These are trying times after all, and no one wants to add superfluous expenses to their bills.


If that describes you, then you’ll take some comfort from the information you’re about to read. Did you know, when you order from Jolt Solar, that you can actually be paying less than what you’re paying for power right now? Solar power reduces your power utility bill to much lower levels — sometimes you don’t even need to pay it at all!


The common response to this is “well, yeah, solar saves you money, but not really, because you still have to make payments on your system.” 


The above statement isn’t false, but it is misleading, mainly because people are still getting their information from 15-20 years ago when solar payments were far more costly than they are now. When you partner with Jolt Solar, the amount you pay for your solar system every month can actually be lower than your net power bill. And, best of all, we offer $0 down plans because we know there are countless young homeowners looking to get a fresh start. 


With zero up front and a smaller monthly payment than what you’re currently paying, money shouldn’t be an obstacle for anyone. The best part? Once your system is totally paid off, you’ll have virtually no payment at all. Not bad, if you’re planning on sticking around for the long haul!

Truly Renewable Energy

Most people have a general understanding that solar energy is “green” or “renewable,” but when you ask them to explain what that means, they often give you a blank face. There’s nothing wrong with that; we don’t expect everyone to be a walking encyclopedia about solar power.


However, understanding is important, and to grasp why renewable energy is such a big deal, it’s important to know how things work under the traditional system.

Solar Energy vs. Grid Power

Without solar power, it’s 99.9999% likely that your home is being powered by the grid (a.k.a. your power company). The grid feeds electricity to your home, day and night, and it’s connected to a massive utility infrastructure that is laced throughout the entire region near you – farms and suburbs and high-rises alike. But that power isn’t magically generated; it has to come from somewhere. That “somewhere” is a power plant. Power plants get most of their energy from burning fossil fuels and converting them into electricity. And, unfortunately, fossil fuels are finite. They create copious amounts of toxic waste continuously, and eventually, we will run out of the few sources. This is why fossil fuels such as coal are referred to as “non-renewable” energy sources.


The problem with fossil fuels and non-renewable energy is two-fold. First of all, there’s the problem of waste. Byproducts from non-renewable energy sources aren’t easy to dispose of and are usually poisonous to all forms of life. Excessive usage of fossil fuels is a key factor in climate change, and if we don’t find an alternative soon, we’ll be in big trouble. Secondly, these resources are, once again, limited. Even if environmental danger wasn’t an issue, we would still run out of them eventually. There’s also all kinds of economics and shady politics around control over fossil fuel resources, because Monopoly is a great game when you’re winning right? Suffice to say, it’s way better to use a source like the Sun that shines equally on everyone.


The beauty of solar energy is that it doesn’t come from a power plant — it comes from the Sun. This is great, because the Sun is basically infinite. Well, not technically, but let’s just say that we’ll be long gone by the time it burns out in several billion years. Solar energy creates no waste after the solar panels are manufactured and installed, and every day, that boundless supply is refreshed as the sun rises over the horizon.

Solar Can Increase Your Home’s Value

If you’re worried that your solar panels are going to turn away buyers, think again — maybe a few decades ago, people would skeptically scorn your investment, but not today. Solar power, now more than ever, is seen as an asset instead of a liability. New homeowners don’t care how the panels look, good or bad, because they’re prudent enough to understand the financial and environmental benefits.


It’s impossible to say with confidence how much a solar system would increase the value of your home. But on average, it tends to bump the home’s selling value by a few thousand dollars, and in some places as much as $10,000 – $30,000. This, of course, depends greatly on the solar panel system, the size of the house, and the age of the equipment. But here’s one thing you can definitely bet on. Nobody, and we mean nobody, is going to pay less for a house that has solar panels preinstalled. 


People love solar-equipped homes because it means they can reap the benefits without putting in the work. At Jolt Solar, one of our biggest selling points is how easy it is to get started with solar energy, but some people just aren’t convinced, and they’d rather just be able to walk into a home and have it turned on from day one. You can bet they’ll pay a little more for that!

Solar Provides Peace-of-Mind

One annoying part about grid power is that you’re, well, reliant on the grid for your power, and that’s reflected in your bill. While the power grid is mostly reliable, this can cause some uncertainty. First off, it guarantees that you’re out of luck when the grid goes down. This doesn’t usually happen, but it’s certainly a possibility, especially when weather or natural disasters come into play.


It’s possible to add a battery to your solar panel system, which can store excess energy. Should your grid power go down, a battery-powered solar system could still create energy for your home. The panels would continue to bring energy throughout the day, and the battery would use stored energy through the night.


And, let’s not ignore the convenience of a predictable monthly bill. Your monthly solar payment will always be the same, which can hardly be said about your utility energy bill. You will sometimes have to pay for energy that your solar power didn’t cover, but it’s usually not much, and for people in a precarious financial situation, every dollar and cent counts — that predictable payment can do wonders for a tight budget.

It’s Easier Than It’s Ever Been

There’s one more argument for solar on top of all these reasons — it’s just so easy now to get started. In less time than it takes to buy car insurance from a certain amphibious reptile, we can have you signed up for solar with a $0 down payment. At Jolt, our priority is making things as easy, painless, and affordable for you as possible. For many new millennial homeowners, cost and convenience are high priorities — we can deliver both. What are you waiting for? Contact Jolt Solar today to get started.