Tucked in the northwest corner of Louisiana, the Shreveport, Bossier-city area sits far enough from the coast to enjoy over 210 days of sunshine per year.
This ample sunlight provides Shreveport residents a fantastic opportunity to lower their energy bills and carbon footprints with the installation of solar panels.
By harnessing energy from the sun, homeowners can generate immediate savings with the potential to repay an initial investment in as little as a few years.
Seeing as the average lifespan of a solar energy system is 25-30 years, this allows residents to avoid rising utility rates, and enjoy decades of free energy harnessed from the Shreveport sun.
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With over a decade of experience, our team knows exactly how to:
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There is no wrong reason to upgrade to solar.
Whether you’re concerned about the environment, trying to save money on your energy bills, or just looking for an advanced power source you can count on for years to come, our electrical engineers, project managers, and other solar experts in Shreveport are here for you.
Since 2008, we have proudly helped thousands of commercial and residential property owners across Louisiana install modern systems that strengthen a property’s energy efficiency and overall value.
At Solar Alternatives, we believe that residents of Shreveport LA and beyond should be able to afford reliable, renewable energy for your Shreveport home.
That’s why we offer high-quality services designed to make sure you get the most out of your system, regardless of your budget or property type.
Solar Alternatives. Inc. Shreveport, LA
Address: 4120 Metro #500 Shreveport, LA 71109
Monday – Thursday : 9 AM – 5 PM
Friday : 10 AM – 2 PM
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
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Located in the heart of Louisiana, Shreveport is known as “The Sportman’s Paradise.” It has a population around 375,000 residents and encompasses 116 square miles. Situated on top of Red River which separates it from its sister city Bossier.
You’ll find more than 3,000 animals doing some serious swimming and exploring at The Shreveport Aquarium. This state-of-the art facility opened to rave reviews in the end of 2017 – it’s a new era for this revitalizing city!
To get a feel for Shreveport nightlife, check out the Blind Tiger.
This legendary downtown hangout is in the heart of town on Texas Avenue and it’s beloved by locals and out-of-towners alike!
Unpretentious, casual and full of flavor this Cajun/Creole restaurant serves up northern Louisiana culture one plate at a time.
The Norton Museum of Art is a destination for art lovers, nature enthusiasts and botany buffs alike.
The museum houses an expansive collection with more than 120 acres of garden plantings on site that are anything but typical: John James Audubon prints to 16th century tapestries to the astounding array of azalea displays. Visitors can see them all in one place!
Leto was born in Bossier City, Louisiana but moved around often because his grandfather- who raised him as a single father for most of Leto’s childhood – was an Air Force officer.
Leto has had many accolades throughout the course of his career including starring roles in Dallas Buyer’s Club and Panic Room.
But apart from acting, he is also one third of rock band Thirty Seconds To Mars.
Hank Jr.’s famous nickname “Bocephus” was actually stolen from a ventriloquist’s dummy.
His world wide fame is without question and for many, he epitomizes what is “true” country music.
The one of the best football announcers in NFL history, Bradshaw commanded respect from every defensive back and his humor made him perfect for Sunday TV.
The Shreveport Area Transit System, commonly known as SporTran, is a public transportation bus system based in the southern United States.
It runs bus routes that converge in Downtown Shreveport and provide service to both Bossier City and all other townships located within its coverage area.
All buses are equipped with ramps or lifts for those who have mobility challenges so they can board easily without assistance from others.