Backup Power Solutions

Embarking on the journey to equip your home with a backup power generator is an investment in peace of mind and continuous comfort. Costs can vary due to system size, installation complexity, and local building codes. On average, a medium-sized home may see upfront costs ranging from $15,000 to $30,000, plus annual maintenance. Some solutions run $60,000 or more, so it’s essential to get a personalized quote, as installation costs will differ based on your home’s layout, with the most economical installations occurring when the electric and gas meters are closely positioned. We recommend an in-house assessment to provide the best solution for your unique needs.

Remember, investing in a backup generator not only adds convenience during outages but can also increase your home’s value.

Off-grid Power & Storage Solutions

An off-grid solar system for homes, whether a cozy 2-bedroom cabin or a more expansive residence, involves a detailed understanding of the costs for equipment and installation. An off-grid setup typically includes solar panels, an inverter, a battery storage system, and a backup generator – each essential for ensuring a continuous power supply.

Solar panels are the heart of the system, and their cost is determined by the energy requirements of your home. For most residential installations, you could expect an outlay of $12,000 to $20,000 for the panels alone. The inverter, which transforms the solar energy into usable household power, is another significant expense, potentially ranging from $8,000 to $10,000.

The cornerstone of off-grid living is the battery storage system, which saves excess energy for when the sun isn’t shining. Depending on your choice of technology, be it the longer-lasting lithium-ion or the more traditional lead-acid, costs can vary from $5,000 to $15,000.

Lastly, for those times when solar production is insufficient, a backup generator is an indispensable component of an off-grid system. The investment for a quality generator can range from $6,000 to $12,000. Together, these components form a robust system that can free you from reliance on the grid, with total equipment costs averaging between $50,000 and $80,000.

When it comes to installation, labor typically accounts for about 7% to 10% of the total cost. For a standard system, you can anticipate installation costs to be between $5,000 and $10,000, varying with system size and installation complexity.

Remember, these figures are estimates, and a precise calculation requires a professional assessment of your specific energy needs and site conditions. We recommend consulting with a specialist who can provide a personalized quote to ensure your investment matches your lifestyle and provides the independence and reliability you seek.

Ready to embrace energy freedom and secure your home’s power? Contact us today for a personalized assessment! I am on standby to design a backup power solution that fits seamlessly with your lifestyle and energy needs. Don’t let power outages dictate your comfort. Take the first step towards reliable, sustainable living. Request an in-house assessment today and join the energy independence movement!