Solarise Solar is dedicated to helping everyone experience the real benefits of solar power. Helping both residential and commercial property owners, Solarise provides solutions for people to save money and reduce pollution. These solutions result in happy customers in Utah, Colorado, Minnesota, and South Carolina.
 
With a focus on the customer, environment, and employee satisfaction, Solarise has the experience and a positive reputation you can count on. Solarise’s team of professionals has more than 13,000 solar installations worth of experience. An A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau means that Solarise honors all commitments, follows industry regulations, and keeps customers happy.
 
You can expect transparency and accountability every step of the way when you choose Solarise. Solarise commits to clear communication and listening to every question you have. You will have the answers you need to address any concerns you may have about the installation process. With Solarise, you won’t only be doing your part to reduce each home’s carbon footprint but you’ll also save money on your utility bills.
 

About Colorado Springs, Colorado

Located in El Paso County in Colorado, Colorado Springs sits at more than 1 mile above sea level. Colorado Springs has more than 478,000 people who call Colorado Springs home. The geographic area is full of history from the Ute, Arapaho, and Cheyenne people to the settlers participating in Pike’s Peak Gold Rush.
 
The Colorado Springs economy is supported by different industries including the defense industry, high-tech industry, and the tourism industry. Colorado Springs is also home to various cultural events such as the PrideFest and the Colorado Springs Labor Day Liftoff which helps attract more revenue for the Colorado Springs community.
 
Sports are a major part of Colorado Springs. The U.S. Olympic Training Center and the U.S. Olympic Committee is based in Colorado Springs. American Olympic athletes of different sports regularly train here including hockey, swimming, volleyball, wrestling, and judo. There are also various collegiate teams that call Colorado Springs their home like the U.S. Air Force Academy Falcons and the Colorado College Tigers.
 
Choosing solar power in Colorado Springs is a great choice. Colorado Springs has an average of 243 sunny days per year which is more than the U.S. average of 205 sunny days. Colorado Springs also gets an average of 18 inches of rain a year which is 20 inches less than the U.S. average of 38 inches a year. This means there’s enough sunny weather to help Colorado Springs residents reap the benefits of renewable energy.