Solar FAQ’s

How long does it take to get the solar energy system turned on after installation?

It typically takes around 45 days after your install date. Times will vary due to jurisdiction inspection and your utility companies timeliness placing your net meter.

How does net metering work?

Net metering and activation take place 45-60 Days after install.

Who takes care of the panel maintenance?

We offer a 10 year express limited workmanship warranty and a 25 year manufacturer warranty on all panels. Your first service call is free.

What happens at the end of the loan term?

At the end of the loan term you own the panels free and clear.

How much can I expect to save by going solar?

Utilities companies raise the power cost by 4% annually. You can expect to save around 45% over the first 25 years.

How will the weather affect my production?

Weather does affect production when it rains and snows. You will be able to monitor your daily system production on your inverter's customer portal.

How long does it take to get the solar energy system turned on after installation?

It typically takes around 45 days after your install date. Times will vary due to jurisdiction inspection and your utility companies timeliness placing your net meter.

Can I store excess energy?

Yes you can.

What if I sell my home?

You’ll be able to sell it at a higher value as solar increases the value of your home, and you will be able to advertise it having free energy from the solar.

How long will my installation take?

4-10 hours depending on size of system.

Will solar increase my property taxes?

No they will not increase your property taxes.

Can I add more solar panels later?

Yes, if you are wanting to increase your solar offset please give us a call to add additional panels and our dedicated team will walk you through every step of the process. You may require a new inverter depending on how many panels you would like to add.

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For every solar system installed, 250 watts of clean energy goes to the Philippines to islands that do not have electricity or clean water.

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