Frequently Asked Questions

Solar panels absorb energy from sunlight using PV cells. The cells turn the sun's energy into electrical charges which power your home!

On average, the solar installation process takes about three days. The duration of the installation depends on the size and complexity of the project and can take anywhere between one and five days.

Your savings will depend on how comprehensive your solar system is and how much energy you use. But solar users can potentially save around $1,500 annually on energy bills.

No, you do not need a solar battery. However, solar batteries help you get the most out of your solar system and save more money in the long term.

Most solar panels operate efficiently for 25 years before reduced functionality becomes an issue.

The average cost of solar in California is about $13,000 or $2.86 per watt. But our company will match any competitor's prices!

The size of your roof and other factors will determine the ideal number of panels. Most residential homes have 20 to 25, and commercial buildings have an average of 70 panels.

Over 1.5 million homes and businesses in California use solar systems.

Have a professional inspect and service your HVAC system at least once a year.

On average, HVAC systems last between 10 and 25 years, depending on usage and maintenance.