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Solar Panels for Home

At Pink Energy, we offer premium, high-output residential solar panels for your home. Keep reading to learn how we’re helping thousands of homeowners across the country save money on their power bills with solar power systems for their homes.

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Benefits of Solar Panels on Your Home

Adding residential solar panels to your property presents many environmental and financial advantages. From reducing your electric bill to minimizing your dependence on grid energy, here’s how you can potentially benefit from solar panels on your home:

Reduce Your Electric Bill

Installing solar for your home could potentially reduce your electric bill by allowing you to source your own energy directly from the sun. Because you’re essentially creating your own power, solar could lower the amount of power you purchase from utility companies and help you save thousands in electrical costs over the lifespan of your panel array.

Own Your Power

Residential solar allows you to source your energy right from the sun and convert it into usable power that you own, 24/7, 365. No longer will you need to rent all of your power from the grid, instead your solar system will work for you to provide access to clean energy, as well as help you avoid the full impact of unexpected rate increases from the utility companies.

Protection for Power Outages

Solar panels with a Generac battery backup help you and your family avoid the negative impacts of unexpected grid complications that come with traditional energy because panels generate power from the sun and then you can store excess energy in your battery backup. When you only rent your power from the electrical company, you’re always at the mercy of a potential outage at any moment.

Modernize Your Curb Appeal

We use American-made solar panels with an all-black, modern aesthetic to mesh seamlessly with your roof. Built to endure everything from strong winds and rain to extreme temperatures and snowstorms, your panels will not only look great – they’ll perform through nearly any weather, in any climate.

Our Solar Panels, At A Glance

  • Advanced Technology

    Every home solar system comes with a monocrystalline solar cell designed for durability and efficient energy production.

  • Superior Aesthetics

    Our sleek, all-black solar panel designs are both modern and efficient to meet your aesthetic and financial needs.

  • Unrivaled Performance

    Our solar power systems feature some of the most efficient solar panels on the market with class-leading output.

  • Inverters

    Your Generac inverter converts the direct current power from your solar panels into usable, alternating current power for your home.

  • A Solar Energy System Built To Last

    Our American-made solar panels are designed to withstand strong winds, extreme temperatures, and snowstorms.

  • Hassle-free Installation

    Our expert installers won’t miss a beat as they safely and accurately bring your solar system to life.

How Solar Panels Work for Your Home

Solar panels work by harvesting energy from the sun and converting it into usable electricity for your home. Any unused electricity from your panels may also be able to flow back to your power meter to offset the cost of your next electric bill.

Learn How Solar Panels Work

How Many Solar Panels Are Needed To Run A House?

The number of solar panels you need to power your home depends on a lot of factors. Things like current energy bill, size of your roof and access to sunlight all determine how many panels will help you save money. Simply put, solar is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Here are some of the key factors we use to assess the size of your system:

  • Your energy consumption
  • The size of your home
  • The direction of your home
  • The amount of direct sunlight hours that your roof receives

Read: How Many Panels Your Home Needs

Home Backup Battery Storage

Solar battery storage from Generac could protect against the effects of power outages by automatically kicking in to support crucial areas of your home during a grid failure.

This home backup battery storage saves your unused solar energy from a given month for the times when your panels aren’t producing, like nighttime or during an outage.

We include a Generac solar battery system with our panels for no cost at install. Click below for more on the benefits of solar energy storage.

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SMARTPWR360º™ Package


Our SMARTPWR360º™ package contains a full suite of energy-efficient home improvement solutions that work within your home to increase the potential savings your solar panels could provide.

Nest Thermostat

Gives you control your home’s temperature from anywhere, leading to potentially lower heating and cooling costs.

LED Light Bulbs

Energy-efficient bulbs light up your home and are cost-effective.

Shower Head

Uses less water without losing out on a great shower experience.

Smart Power Strips

Reduces passive energy consumption from plugged-in objects while also avoiding power surges.

Faucet Aerator

Prevents excess flow from sinks, aiding water conservation.

Air Sealant Tape

Helps your HVAC system by sealing off air ducts in your attic.

Blown Insulation

Insulates walls and helps your HVAC system run more efficiently.

Attic Staircase Cover

Prevents heat from traveling in or out.

Hot Water Heater Blanket

Maintains water temperatures by wrapping your water heater.

Pink Energy Value Pack

These individually powerful components combine to form our Pink Energy Value Pack, presenting excellent value and maximizing potential cost savings in one package. Contact us today to learn about the Pink Energy Value Pack and start your journey to going solar.


  • Solar Panels
    American-Made Solar Panels
  • Battery Backup
    Generac Backup Battery & Storage
  • Smart Power 360
    SMARTPWR360°™ Package

Determining The Cost Of Solar

What Goes Into The Cost Of A Solar Panel System?

Our premium solar panel systems are tailored to your home’s needs based on a variety of factors, including:

  • The location of your home
  • Your home’s current electricity consumption
  • The direction your home faces
  • How much access your roof has to direct sunlight
  • How much you’re hoping to offset monthly power bills with solar

After a free, in-home assessment, our experts will calculate the cost of your solar panel system based on the amount of solar electricity you want your solar panels to produce.

Tax Incentives

Through the Investment Tax Credit (ITC), also known as the federal solar tax credit, homeowners interested in adding solar can deduct 26% of the cost of installing a solar electricity system from their federal taxes for 2022. In 2023, this credit will drop to 22%.

Net Metering

Depending on your utility provider, solar customers may be able to send power back to the grid in exchange for credit on future electricity bills through a process called net metering.

Pink Energy Financing Packages

At Pink Energy, we offer solar financing packages through our partners designed to help homeowners reduce their carbon footprints and contribute to a healthier planet through a financial structure that meets their needs.

Residential Solar Panel Installation

From the initial job site audit to the post-job cleanup, we’ll handle every aspect of your solar panel installation with skill, courtesy and professionalism. Click below for more about what to expect on installation day!


Environmental Impact of Solar Energy

  • Immediate Impact

    Your home will produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions and, after going solar, your household could reduce your carbon pollution levels by up to four tons per year.

  • Everyday Impact

    By relying less on grid power, you could potentially reduce your energy bills with solar. Owning your power feels good when it comes from renewable energy sources.

  • Long-Term Impact

    The benefits of solar energy cannot be overstated. CO2 emissions are harmful to the environment, and reducing these emissions is critical to having a stable environment.

Learn more about how solar panels can benefit the environment below!

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Solar Panel Design

At Pink Energy, the all-black, modern aesthetic design of our American-made solar panels can be a seamless addition to any roof.

Pink Energy's all-black, modern American-made solar panels are a seamless addition to any roof.
  • Solar Design For Every Home

    As more Americans embrace the solar movement, the potential to increase your property value and improve your curb appeal is an added benefit of our residential solar panel designs. Regardless of your home’s architecture, our customized solar panel designs can help you meet your personal energy goals as they have with homeowners across the nation.

  • Solar Panel System Size

    Depending on your home’s unique energy needs, our team will determine how many solar panels you need to potentially reduce your energy bill and experience the benefits of owning your power.

  • Inside Our American-Made Solar Panels

    Every solar panel we install is structured for maximum efficiency so your home experiences the highest level of solar energy benefits.

Customer Testimonials


Each of the employees involved in our installation did a superior job… We are glad we chose [Pink Energy] for our move to be less dependent on the power company.

Lori M. | Roanoke, VA

Frequently Asked Questions

Are solar panels worth it?

Solar panels can reduce your carbon footprint while potentially reducing your home’s monthly electricity bill. Learn more about how solar panels are worth the cost.

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Does my state offer incentives to go solar?

Depending on where you live, there may be state and local incentives for installing a solar panel system. Learn more about going solar in your state.

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Do you offer solar financing options?

Our solar financing packages are designed to help homeowners reduce their carbon footprints and potentially reduce their electricity bills through a financial structure that meets their needs.

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How long do solar panels last?

With proper maintenance and regular, professional inspections, solar panels typically last approximately 25-30 years. Learn more about solar panel life expectancy.

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Do solar panels wear out over time?

Solar panels have a very low degradation rate and will continue to produce energy past their life expectancy if properly maintained. Learn more about how to extend the lifespan of solar panels.

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Do home solar systems have a warranty?

Even though our premium solar panels are unlikely to cause you problems over the years, we offer solar panel warranties to cover potential issues like manufacturing defects and early wear and tear.

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What happens during a solar installation?

Our 3-step installation process includes a free quote and qualification, an in-home assessment with a Pink Energy consultant, and your installation date. Learn more about solar panel installation.

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What happens to my solar panels if I move?

Depending on how you paid for your solar panel system, your solar panels can potentially add to the resale value of your house. Learn more about transferring ownership of your solar panels.

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How much do solar panels cost?

The cost of solar panels depends on many factors, including how much solar electricity you want your solar panels to produce. Learn more about potential cost factors for a solar panel system.

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How do solar panels work?

Solar panels work by capturing sunlight and turning it into usable electricity for your home. Learn more about how solar panels work.

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How many solar panels will I need for my home?

The number of solar panels your home needs depends on multiple factors, including your home’s current energy consumption. Learn more about how we determine how many solar panels your home needs.

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