Residential Installations

With a solar power system on your home, you can Save Money…

Financial Security

Wouldn’t it be nice to know what your electric bills will be for the next 25 years? That’s what putting a Star Solar Specialists solar panel system on your roof could do for you! With a solar power system, your energy costs will remain about the same for roughly the next 25 years! We can calculate your estimated yearly and monthly costs, making you less dependent on ever-increasing utility prices.

Net Metering

You currently have the option of selling back overage energy to your Indiana or Kentucky utility company at the same rate that you purchase it from them. This won’t last long! Now is the time to get grandfathered in.

Tax Credits

Our residential clients can earn up to 26% of the total cost system back in federal tax credits. With the cost of solar power systems 70% less than they were a few years ago, there is no better time to start saving money! See our Benefits of Solar page to learn our top 10 reasons to choose a solar.

Rooftop Solar Power Installation

…While Saving the Planet

Saving the planet

Environmentally Friendly

Solar power is an environmentally friendly,  alternative energy solution. Solar panels converting energy from the sun into clean, free electricity. By installing solar power on your home, you’ll prevent many tons of carbon dioxide from polluting the atmosphere over the lifetime of your system.

Long-Term Energy Solution

Your solar power system is a stable, long-term energy solution. Solar panels will continue to generate electricity for 30-40 years. In fact, no one knows when a solar panel stops working because it hasn’t happened yet!


We installed a hidden ground-mount system for this home in Fisherville, Kentucky.


We installed a roof-mount system on this ranch-style home in Sellersburg, Indiana.

Residential Ground Mount Installation


We installed a ground-mount system for this home in Goshen, Kentucky. 

Utica Residential Solar Installation


We installed a roof-mount system on this A-frame home in Utica, Indiana.