Are you currently buying electricity from Southern California Edison, Pacific Gas & Electric or San Diego Gas & Electric? If so, you’ve likely noticed how expensive and ever-increasing their rates have been since you’ve owned your home. So what do you do? Many people have saved thousands by installing solar panels on their homes. But there are a few things you should understand before hiring your installer. This post will tell you what you need to know to make sure you’re selecting the right solar provider for your job.
If you’re looking for a solar installation for your home, following these 4 steps will serve as the best method to ensure you end up with an installation that gives you the peace of mind you deserve:
1. Check to make sure the Solar installer’s license is current and valid with the Contractors State License Board. Use this link to look up their license number.
2. Make sure you’re getting a fair price. Use this link to get an idea of average costs based on the size of your system.
3. Is your installer proposing to use the best equipment? Use this link to see what the top products out there are.
4. What is the warranty coverage on your system? The best available warranties today include 25-year “bumper-to-bumper” coverage on workmanship, equipment and production.
Now that you know what to look for in a solar proposal, you’re ready to more quickly weed out the solar providers who are not worthy of your consideration.
Even better news, we’ve already vetted hundreds of California installers to filter down to our exclusive group of contractors for you.
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