At Kansas Solar Systems we design multi-purpose structures with integrated solar arrays to power homes, cars, and lives. Our solar systems, carports, pergolas, and shelters are guaranteed to provide decades of cheap, clean energy.
The timing has never been better to explore your options for going solar. Costs for components have dropped significantly. The PV (photovoltaic) panels look great and are more robust than ever, and the available warranties make construction of an array an investment with a predictable return. Through 2021, you can receive a 26% federal tax credit on the cost of your entire system and installation. There are many options and ways to save with Kansas Solar Systems.
On average, a solar array can
save you about $30,000 to $40,000
over the 25 years lifespan
Our structures are created by local designers with decades of experience, reviewed by architects and stamped by engineers. They are built to last long past the 25 year minimum lifespan of our solar arrays.
We believe in building multi-purpose structures that provide shade, parking, outlets for car chargers and lighting. We can also evaluate existing structures for solar to determine if they are suitable. If we use an existing structure, we will only do so if the structure is sound and likely to outlast the life of the array.
We are dedicated to bringing clean sun power and the huge savings that come along with it to our fellow Kansans. Let us show you how much you can save with a thorough analysis of your situation.
On average, a Kansas customer with just a 6kW solar array, will save about $30,000 to $40,000 over the minimum 25 year lifespan of the system. Customers with larger homes and farmers can save much more. On top of that, many systems have useful lifespans much longer that 25 years and can contribute to savings for decades beyond.
In addition to the savings, solar energy can provide peace of mind to those concerned with greenhouse gases. Solar power is considered nearly carbon neutral.
Building a solar system can also be a way to get reliable power where there is no grid. With the addition of a battery or generator back up, off grid energy security is within reach.
Franny is our Head of Design. She has over a decade of experience designing new homes, and commercial buildings as well as extensive work with historical remodels. Based in Lawrence, she has worked on numerous projects around northeast Kansas.
Franny studied Architecture at Fachhochschule Lubeck in Germany which is her native country. She has worked for Schneider and Associates Architecture in Lawrence since 2011.
Franny and her husband, Mat, decided to form Kansas Solar Systems in the spring of 2021. She brings an eye for aesthetics to the world of solar and is ready to help you build the solar structure that you desire.
With over 15 years of experience in the banking world, Mat can break down the numbers for you. He will work with you to develop a financial roadmap for your energy future and quantify your savings over the short and long term.
In addition to being an expert in finance, Mat has attended the leading school for solar training, Solar Energy International and received a Certificate for Solar Business and Technical Sales. He then went on to receive his NABCEP (North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners) Associate Certification. He is dedicated to continuing solar education to stay up on all the best practices and advances in the field. He believes in doing it right or not doing it at all.
Steps To Get Startedsolar
There are many reasons to go solar and a few situations where solar is not the best option. We look forward to discussing your options and would love the chance to help guide you in your journey of solar exploration.
Contact us at Kansas Solar Systems today and become part of the solar energy revolution!
Call, email or text to set up a time for discussion.
Share some details about your current energy consumption and talk about your interest in going solar. Have questions answered. Receive a ballpark estimate.
Set up a home visit. We will use mapping tools, local weather data and on-site measurements to determine how and where a solar array could be placed on your property and how much energy it would produce.
Review proposed structure with designer. Build it how you like it and for multipurpose use.
We provide a quote for a solar system that meets your needs and wants, mounted to a new or existing structure.
Though Kansas is one of the sunniest states in the country (8th overall), we rank 43rd for the amount of energy we produce from solar. It’s the mission of Kansas Solar Systems to change this story and bring energy enlightenment to the Sunflower state.
Kansas Solar Systems – Bringing sun power to the Sunflower State!
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