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Your Guide to the Benefits of Going Solar

Solar power systems have become popular worldwide over the past decade, and as the leader of the free world, the United States is no exception to this important technological advancement. You may be wondering why solar power systems become so prevalent, or you may even be considering installing Solar for your home. Here is some key information, and answers to questions you may have had about going solar including: 

  1. The Short-Term Benefits of Going Solar
  2. Long-Term Savings and Benefits
  3. The Environmental Impact of using Solar Energy
  4. How the ITC (Federal Tax Credit) helps Homeowners
  5. What Solar means for our Economy 

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Your Guide to Solar Financing

To ensure you get optimum results on your solar projects, it is important to find the right solar financing. There are different options to choose from when it comes to the installation of a solar power system for your house:


  • Cash Purchase
  • Loan Purchase
  • Solar Lease
  • Solar PPA
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Your Guide to Roof Types and Solar Installations

A lot of homeowners have the impression that their roof types are not good for the installation of solar panels. This could be the result of having met with a solar company that is not specialized in their type of roof, therefore costing the homeowners lots of savings for not having had the opportunity to install their system. The installation of solar power systems helps homeowners reduce or eliminate electricity costs while promoting a greener environment.

Let’s take a look at different roof types and their suitability for solar installations:

  • Asphalt Shingle
  • Rolled Tar
  • Concrete Tile
  • Clay Tile and Slate
  • Metal Roof
  • Wood Shake
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Your Guide to Solar Equipment

You have seen that your neighbors, friends and relatives have installed solar power systems for their homes and you may wonder what does it consist of?  

If you are thinking about installing a solar power system for your house, you must make sure that your installer uses the right equipment for you to give you the right efficiency and durability of the power generation. That they do it all by the books and follow industry best practices.

The process of choosing the right installer, the right loan option and the right loan option is very complex and you need to have an unbiased adviser on your side and by your side.

Topics covered:

  • Battery
  • Modules
  • Inverters
  • Mounting Devices
  • Monitoring System
  • Balance of System
  • Smart Meters

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Your Guide to Solar Installers

If you have been looking for a solar installer to lower your expensive cost of electricity, then you need to know who is a solar installer. Moreover, you’ll want to know what the difference is between a solar marketing company, solar sales organization, solar installer and an EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) solar company. Below, you will find more information about the differences. 


  • EPC (Engineering Procurement and Construction)
  • Solar Sub-Contractors
  • How do I choose a Solar Installer?
  • Should I work with a local solar installer?

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Your Guide to Solar Regulations

California has been supporting Solar Industry for many years by approving aggressive goals towards lowering our state dependency on fossil fuel. Here are some of the goals and regulations you'll want to be aware of:

  • California 2020 - Solar Mandate
  • AHJs (Authority Having Jurisdiction)
  • Solar installation permit in City of Los Angeles
  • Solar Installation Permit in City of Burbank CA
  • Solar Installation Permit in City of Glendale CA
  • Solar Installation Permit in City of Pasadena CA

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Your Guide to Solar Warranties & Guarantees

Warranties and guarantees are as important as the pricing for most homeowners and that is why most homeowners ask the following questions:

  1. What if my roof leaks?
  2. What if the solar panels go bad?
  3. What if the inverter goes bad?
  4. Who will fix my system if it goes bad?

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