Firefighters First Credit Union. Protect Yourself From Rising Energy Costs!

These low-rate and flexible loan term options can make your home more energy efficient, saving you money!

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Why Should You Go Solar?

» Completely eliminate or drastically reduce your electric bills
Electricity costs can make up a large portion of the overall budget for your home. With a solar panel system, you'll be generating free power over your system's 25-30 year life cycle.

» Earn a great return on your investment
Solar panels aren't an expense. They're an investment. Substantial savings as well as the potential in some areas to generate revenue result in ROIs of 20% or more, making solar one of the best ways to invest your dollars.

» Protect against rising energy costs
Because energy prices are so unpredictable, they make managing your budget very difficult, especially for businesses or homeowners whose cash flow fluctuates from month to month. By making these costs more predictable, solar power systems have the added benefit of improving a home or business owner's expense management capabilities.

» Increase your property value
Early studies have found that buildings and homes equipped with clean energy systems have higher property values, selling twice as fast and at a premium of 3-4% over similar homes in the same neighborhood. Appraisers are increasingly taking solar installation into consideration as they value the home at the time of a sale.

» Protect the environment
Solar is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint. Buildings are responsible for close to 35% of all carbon emissions in the U.S. and going solar can decrease that number significantly. A typical residential solar panel system will eliminate 3-4 tons of carbon emissions each year—roughly the equivalent of planting over 100 trees every year.

Go Solar!*

» Loan amounts up to $25,000
» Terms up to 180 months

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*Solar loans require a certificate of completion signed by homeowner and installer. (Check(s) will be payable to both homeowner and installer. UCC1 lien will be recorded on property. This is not a home improvement loan).

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