John T. Lytle is the city’s namesake. A rancher and trail driver who helped get the town a stop on the International-Great Northern Railroad. Lytle is considered one of the fastest growing cities in Atascosa County.
If you live in Lytle and want to grow by using solar energy, Solar Edge Pros is here to help.
We are an A-To-Z company, that does residential and commercial solar installation. Here at Solar Edge Pros, we help you every step of the way. We’re a family owned business that helps you figure out what solar panels are best for your home, ranch or business.
One of the best ways to save money on your utility bill is by using solar power. Using solar panels, you can save up to 100% on your electric bill since you will no longer be dependent on your local utility company. While other homeowners watch their utility bills continue to rise, you’ll be able to keep powering your home at the same price.
Do you worry about losing power during severe weather? Creating your own solar energy can take away those worries. With solar batteries you will have constant electricity at night and during winter storms. Both Tesla Powerwall and Enphase Battery are available through Solar Edge Pros.
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We offer financing meaning you can actually own your power and the equipment paying less than what it costs to rent it from your utility company.
There are still many more benefits to going solar. Did you know getting solar panels installed can get you a tax credit? The federal government offers a 26% tax credit on your solar project! If your project also includes back up batteries, generators, new roof, tree trimming, or carport, then the tax credit will apply to those services as well. Solar energy can essentially pay for itself, with the tax credit and rebates offered by utility companies. Residential and commercial property owners that have decided to go solar, can in fact get rebates form most utility companies.
Contact us today to schedule an appointment. Solar Edge Pros is prepared to answer any questions you may have and educate you further about the cost of powering your home or ranch with solar panels.