DJH Construction, Inc. Helps Bullhead City Homeowners Go Solar

DJH Construction, Inc. Helps Bullhead City Homeowners Go Solar by Taking Advantage of Available Rebates and Tax Credits.

Bullhead City, AZ, March 01, 2009 --( Bullhead City residents enjoy year-round sunshine and those going solar are tapping into this renewable resource to power their homes. According to Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), the southwestern United States possesses a world-class, well-distributed, and nearly untapped solar energy resource. It is most abundant in California, Nevada, Arizona, and New Mexico.

DJH Construction, Inc., a leading solar integration company, is helping homeowners in Bullhead City tap into this free and renewable resource by going Solar. Five significant incentives for homeowners include: a utility rebate, a 30% tax credit, a $1,000 Arizona State tax credit, and an Arizona property tax and sales tax exemption. In order to take advantage of the utility rebates, residents should contact their local utility to see what incentives are available and to reserve a rebate. Currently, Mojave Electric Cooperative is offering rebates of $4.00/watt DC up to $12,000 and UniSource Energy Services is offering residents $3.00/watt DC up to 60% of the cost of the system.

The financial benefits of going solar extend even further for business owners looking to go green. In addition to all the benefits the residential customer receives, a business is able to take advantage of an accelerated depreciation schedule and a larger Arizona state tax credit. The Arizona tax credit is equal to 10% of the installed cost up to $25,000 for any one building or a maximum of $50,000 in total credits in any one year. This state tax credit gives business owners the flexibility to apply the credit against their corporate or personal taxes. Business owners should consult their CPA regarding the benefits of the accelerated depreciation schedule and the federal tax credit as it pertains to their unique financial situation.

"We are encouraged by the growing demand for renewable energy by the residents of Bullhead City and look forward to installing many more high performance solar systems in Arizona," said Don Harris, President of DJH Construction, Inc.

DJH Construction, Inc.
Kelly Than
Don Harris