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Unplug from the Matrix: How to be The One and Empower Your Neighbors to Go Solar!

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President , Level 3 Solar

I am the author of a # 1 best-selling book, entrepreneur contributor, and owner of a solar company, Level 3 Solar, that helps homeowners eliminate their electric bills. Our local certified solar...

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What you know you cannot explain, but you feel it. You have felt it your entire life, that there is something wrong with the world. You do not know what it is, but it is there, like a splinter in your mind, driving you to question the status quo. For many homeowners, that splinter is the rising cost of electricity and the feeling of being trapped in a matrix of escalated prices. But while your neighbors, friends, and associates may all be plugged into the grid, unaware of the potential for something better, you might be the One who wakes up to the knowledge that something is wrong. 

The first step in becoming the One is recognizing the real threat: the electric grid. While some may argue that solar power is too expensive or unreliable, the truth is that the cost of solar panels has significantly decreased in recent years and government incentives and financing options have made it more affordable than ever. In addition, the cost of electricity from the grid continues to rise and is projected to continue doing so in the future. 

The next step is to challenge the dangerous myths about solar. For example, many believe that solar is only for the wealthy, but the reality is that anyone can benefit from going solar, regardless of their income level. Additionally, some argue that solar is not reliable, but the fact is that modern solar panels are designed to withstand extreme weather conditions and have a lifespan of 25-30 years. 

But, you may be thinking, "I can't sell my house with solar panels", "Hail damage will destroy my panels, and nobody will pay to fix them", or "I'll have two bills, my electric bill, and the new solar payment", "I'll get hit with hidden fees". These are all dangerous myths that are keeping you trapped in the grid. The truth is that solar panels increase the value of your home, most insurance companies will cover hail damage, solar eliminates your electric bill, and reputable solar companies have transparent pricing with no hidden fees. By becoming the One, you will be able to dodge all the bullets of these dangerous myths and make an informed decision about solar energy. 

Now, it's time to battle the "Agents" of the solar industry, those who try to kill your finances with inflated costs and lack transparency in their sales process. However, by searching for a trustworthy and transparent solar installer, you can rest assured that you will be getting a fair and affordable price for a high-quality solar system. Many homeowners are even able to pay off their solar loan within six months to a year and enjoy free energy for the rest of their lives. 

In conclusion, by tapping into your inner "One" and being open-minded about the potential of solar energy, you can break free from the constraints of the traditional electric grid and unlock the true potential of solar power. Do not let fear hold you back any longer, it's time to be the One and free yourself and your neighbors from the evil grid. 

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