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Solar-360 Offers Industrys Lowest 2.9% Financing for 12 Years

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Making solar power affordable for all homeowners is one of the most important goals of Solar-360. Instead of leasing panels, as so many other companies do, Solar-360 not only sells them but offers 2.9% financing for 12 years.

February 18, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

February 12, 2014—Orange, California—Solar-360 has already built a reputation as one of the foremost Riverside County solar at www.solar-360.com companies. Now, Solar-360 once again surpasses the competition by offering affordable Orange County solar at www.solar-360.com systems as well as 2.9% financing for 12 years.

Many companies that install San Bernardino County solar panels at www.solar-360.com lease their panels. Customers pay for years only to find that they do not own the panels and must return them if they sell the home or if they want to install a different system. Furthermore, leasing panels does not guarantee that they will be covered for repairs.
The customer may still be required to pay for anything that happens to the panels during the “ownership” period. In addition, they sacrifice their rebates to the finance company

Solar-360 not only sells solar panels outright at reasonable prices but also makes it easy for homeowners to finance their purchase. Solar-360 has unique financing options including zero-percent 60-month payment plans and longer term financing of 2.9% for 12 years for qualified buyers.

Homes of any size can benefit from the installation of solar panels. Contact Solar-360 for more information on how solar can benefit California homeowners and options that can make solar installation affordable.

About Solar-360: Solar-360 is dedicated to making solar power easily available and affordable for all Orange County, Riverside County and San Bernardino County residents as well as others throughout southern California. With low prices and creative financing, Solar-360 gives customers access to affordable solar energy options.

For More Information:

Vincent Curcie, President
Solar-360 Building Services Inc.
1912 N Batavia St. Unit G
Orange, CA 92865
888-688-4946
vcurcie@solar-360.com

http://www.solar-360.com

For more information about us, please visit http://www.prreach.com/pr/4490

Contact Info:
Name: Vincent Curcie
Email: vcurcie@solar-360.com
Phone: 888-688-4946
Organization: Solar-360

Source: http://www.prreach.com/pr/4490

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