Why choose Solar Brokers Canada?
We're brokers! This means we work for you, not the installers, and distributors. We'll save you the most amount of money and provide you with the system that best compliments the design of your home.
What is the Solar Brokers AdvantageTM?
We're different. We're Brokers. Unlike solar manufacturers and installers, we are impartial and offer unbiased services and solutions. This means we will find you the best possible solar design for you and your home that provides the most amount of energy savings through trusted partnerships.
How much can I offset with solar?
On average, our customers offset 30% annually on home energy costs - some as much as 50%. The net offset of your hydro, over 20 years, will likely exceed $30,000. Our brokers work to find you the best potential solar solution for your home to maximize energy savings.
Can solar increase the value of my home?
Yes, in fact a solar powered system can increase the value of your home on average by 4%. On a $500,000 home, that's $20,000!
How does solar power work?
Solar panels are made up of photovoltaic (PV) cells, which convert sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity. An inverter then converts the DC electricity generated by the solar panels into the alternating current (AC) electricity.
What's the environmental impact and benefit of solar energy?
The average Canadian solar home offsets 178 tons of CO2 over a period of 3 decades. That's like avoiding 390,300 miles driven, planting 10 football fields of trees or eliminating 174,907 pounds of burned coal.
What if I want to move and sell my home?
It's simple. The agreement is transferred to the new property owner. The only thing you will need to do is to contact us 30-days before you move. That's it!
Has anyone in my area switched to solar?
Every four minutes, another North American home or business goes solar. At the current pace, North America will likely have well over 1 million solar installations in 2016. That's nearly one installation every minute.
Does solar work in foggy weather and snowy areas?
Yes, even in bad weather your solar panels will generate energy. We take this into account when we calculate how much you can expect to offset your energy bill.
What's the first step to go solar?
Find out if your home qualifies and how much your roof can earn you. Simply enter your postal code and contact information and one of our representatives will be in touch soon!