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Posted 07 November 2015 - 08:18 AM

After writing about solar power for more than year, I figured it was time to pull the trigger and get rooftop panels installed on my home, a 2,200-square-foot ranch-style house.

While I'm only the second homeowner on my street to do so, more and more houses and buildings in my community are adopting solar, and for good reason: solar panels can markedly lower or nearly eliminate your electricity bills, depending on the system.

After deciding I wanted to go solar, the next quandary I faced was whether I wanted panels on my roof, or would buy into a community solar farm.

Solar Power installation Lucas Mearian

A look at the front of my house just prior to the work beginning. Your home will become a temporary construction site, complete with traffic cones and perimeter warning tape.

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