The best time to install solar is when you’re installing a new roof.

There’s no better time to go solar than when you’re replacing your roof. With A-Denver Roofing’s certified roofing experts, it’s easy to upgrade to roof-integrated solar and start saving money on energy bills. Colorado has over 300 days of sunshine per year, making going solar a smart investment for your family, and the future of the planet. A-Denver Roofing installs solar panels in combination with re-roofs in Denver, Colorado Springs, and all across Colorado.

save money on electricity bills in Colorado by installing rooftop solar panels

When you add solar to your home in Colorado, your roof can produce clean electricity at a cost that’s lower than your utility company. A-Denver Roofing solar can even pay for itself AND your new roof when you calculate monthly electric bill savings and government incentives!

Financial returns and lower monthly utility bills are major incentives for going solar in Colorado. The exact savings you will see with solar depends on the following:

  • Electricity consumption
  • Solar energy system size
  • Whether you purchase or lease your system
  • Direct hours of daily sunlight
  • Size and angle of roof
  • Local electricity rates

 A solar electric system provides an opportunity for anyone who is looking to reduce monthly utility bills and make a long-term, low-risk investment.

solar panel installation on a residential home in Colorado Springs

Working with a A-Denver Roofing to go solar means your new roof and its integrated solar have the option to be covered under the same industry-leading warranty.

solar panels installed on a home in Denver Colorado

Solar from A -Denver Roofing is designed to be direct-to-deck. Compared to traditional rack-mounted solar systems, our roof-integrated solar panels have superior water-shedding qualities. Also, each kilowatt-hour (kWh) of solar that is generated will substantially reduce greenhouse gas emissions like CO2, as well as other dangerous pollutants such as sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides and particulate matter.  Solar also reduces water consumption and withdrawal, helping water-stricken Colorado and other Western States fight drought conditions.