You should never feel pressured to buy something, especially an expensive solar energy system. These types of salespeople are pretty common in this industry. You can tell them you'll be back later, and they should be fine with it. If they are persistent about making a deal now, tell them that the deal should be just as good in the future. Making decisions under pressure can be more costly later on.
Peter Rowan left his job as a “corporate weenie” in 2010 to live a life with less stuff and fewer expenses and with more time to pursue his dreams.
Contact your insurance agent to find out if a solar energy system could be included in your insurance policy. Expect your homeowner's insurance premiums to go up once your system is installed and consider switching to a different insurance agency if you find that your premiums have become too expensive.
Get your financial figures right before deciding on a solar system. You need to weigh the cost of the system against how much energy it will save you. Take the cost of the system and multiply it by its' lifespan. Now figure out how much energy you will use in that lifespan to determine if it is right for you.