Serving Up Solar Power Right Here In Akron
No matter what step you’re at in your solar journey, we’re here to help. Contact us today with any questions you may have, or to get your free custom quote. With that quote for an American-made solar panel system that meets your unique electricity needs, you’ll go into the next steps with your eyes open. Your local Pink Energy team has you covered for your Akron home’s solar panel needs.
Get in touch with us to learn more about solar opportunities right here in the City of Akron.
Solar Panel Installation in Akron, OH
We’ve honed our installation process to be as streamlined as possible. These are the 3 simple steps:
- Contact us to receive a free custom quote. We’ll ask some questions about your home, your current electric bills and what you’d like your future energy usage to look like.
- Next, we’ll schedule an in-home consultation. One of our solar experts will inspect your home in person. From this, we’ll present you with a totally custom solar system quote that meets your household’s unique needs.
- Our qualified Akron-area solar installation specialists will arrive to install your new solar panels. We will also work with customer and local authorities to obtain requisite permits! Most installs are completed within 1-2 days.
Pink Energy Backup Batteries
There are plenty of reasons in Akron for the power to go out, hurricanes not the least among them. Once your power is out, you won’t have access to grid power. This is where a Pink Energy battery backup system can come in handy, as it provides access to stored solar energy generated from your panels during overnight hours or when the grid is down. It’s a practical choice to make the most of your solar power.
Akron homeowners really wanting to make the most of their solar panel systems should look into our energy-efficient package, which can boost potential energy savings by up to 25%!4 This package includes everything from a Nest thermostat to LED light bulbs as well as a variety of other efficiency-boosting features that, when combined, could help reduce your home’s overall energy consumption.