We are serious about providing great value on solar energy systems, which is why you’ll always find the best deals at Inspire Energy. The concept of value, of course, is highly subjective, and the word itself has been subjected to a lot of misuse over the years. It’s time to shine some light on the true meaning of value.
It’s always a temptation when somebody wants to advertise something to describe it as “value”, whether it actually is or not. That’s because the advertiser wants to make the sale, and there wouldn’t be very many grown-up people alive today who have not been a victim of false claims about the value of a product or service at some point in their lives.
The most important thing to be aware of is that value doesn’t necessarily mean a cheap price. In fact, often the cheapest things tend to be the worst value, because they may not last long enough to be worth the price you pay, even if it is cheap.
That’s not such a problem when the item is something small and easy to replace, like a comb or a bucket. But for something requiring a more serious investment like a car, or a refrigerator, or a solar panel, it can be a really big problem because those things are not inexpensive enough (even when they’re cheap) to be easily replaced.