Getting Started

san diego county solar getting started

Getting Started

How to get your solar panels up and running in no time

How to get started

Determine your energy needs

The first step to designing any solar panel installation is to calculate your average annual kilowatt-hour consumption.  It’s also important to identify anything that may change your consumption in the near future.  For example; adding an electric vehicle, air conditioning or…?Read More »

Determine available space for solar panels

A qualified San Diego County Solar professional can measure roof surfaces, perform a shade analysis, check the condition of your roof and assess the compatibility of a solar installation with your existing electric service.  All of this information is necessary to complete an accurate design, as well as determine the cost and performance of your system.Read More »

Schedule a professional assessment

Speak with one of our Solar Experts to get a personal assessment for your home. You will get an understanding about how much you could really be saving by switching to solar, and how it can benefit you.Contact Us »

Our Products

Solar Modules

We offer the full line of residential solar modules from LG Electronics, including monocrystalline solar modules ranging from the 300-watt Mono-X version up to the 365-watt Neon-R.

Solar Modules


Our preferred inverters are SolarEdge with power optimizers and Enphase micro-inverters.  No matter what your solar power system requirements are, we’ve got you covered.



We’re pleased to be certified LG Chem RESU10H battery installers.  LG Chem lithium ion batteries are leading the way in residential energy storage.


Purchasing vs. Leasing

Our philosophy

We strongly recommend purchasing over solar leasing programs. With today’s $0 down payment solar loans, purchasing solar makes more sense than ever before. When compared to a 20+ year solar lease, a 12 year solar purchase-to-own program will save the average homeowner thousands.


Financing Programs & Help

Whether you pay cash or finance, tax incentives and rebates are available for solar panels and energy storage. Trade energy with the utility company with available net metering programs.

Government Incentives & Rebates

The amount of your solar rebate can vary, but some can be enough to cover up to 30% of your solar power system cost. The federal government allows you to deduct 30% of your solar power system costs from your federal taxes through an investment tax credit (ITC).

Final Step: Sit Back and Enjoy!

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