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See why “Rock the Block” reno stars decided to go solar + partner with Freedom Solar.

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“Solar is one of those things...that for the next 20 years actually increases in value. It keeps making you money and paying off your energy bill,” said Davis of deciding to go solar.

Photos by Freedom Solar Power and HGTV

They get six weeks and a limited budget — and when it came time for real estate and design experts Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis to decide what would make their house stand out, they chose to go solar.

The fifth season of HGTV’s full-house renovation competition “Rock the Block,” takes viewers to the neighboring TBAY city of Treasure Island, where (as we all know) heat + hurricanes are a homeowner reality.

Lamb and Davis did their research and decided to partner with Freedom Solar Power (psst: they had good things to say, too). Why go solar? According to the reno duo, solar added value to the home by:

  • Keeping the house cool no matter what the summer heat is doing
  • Ensuring the power stays on through weather-induced outages
  • Providing a good return investment (think: solar adds incremental valuation to homes)

Spark your curiosity? To celebrate the HGTV partnership, Freedom Solar is offering $500 off a home solar system + a free solar e-book.

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