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Solar Panels in Winter - Are They Worth It?

Winter may not be your favorite season of the year, and if you live in Cleveland, you have a few reasons to feel that way. Let’s face it, not all of us live in the sunny Southwest.

Solar Impact: Paying Back The Environmental Cost Of Production

Going solar is a win-win situation for you and the environment. When you install solar panels, you’re benefiting from the Sun’s natural energy while saving up money on all those hefty bills.

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