California Solar Panels: Take Back Your Energy
When most people who aren’t from California think of the state, the first thing that comes to mind is sunshine.
While those who actually call California home know that this isn’t always the case, and that the weather can vary widely depending on where you are in California, the reality is that there are more than 300 days of fully sunny or partly sunny days per year in California.
This is just one of the reasons why California leads the way in terms of solar energy production in the US..
he reality is that California is a prime location for solar panels and solar energy. And given how expensive energy already is in the state, making the switch now can save you tons of money while also helping you lower your carbon footprint and do your part to slow climate change.
If you’re looking to install solar panels on your California home, look no further than Urban Sol Energy. We’ve got the experience, pricing, and commitment needed to get the job done and get it done right.
Get in touch today and take your energy back.
Is Solar Worth It In California?
In a word — yes! Between the high energy costs in the state of California and the copious amounts of sunshine, switching to solar in California is going to be well worth it for you in the end.
In some areas, you may be able to save upwards of $20,000 - $30,000 on lifetime energy costs, even after you’ve paid for your solar panels.
Experienced Solar Energy Professionals
Although home solar panels are a relatively new phenomenon, the technology has been around for some time. Therefore, experience in the field means a lot. It can lead to a better plan and a better project, helping boost energy efficiency and save you money.
Urban Sol Energy. Your Solar Panel Solution in California
Urban Sol Energy is built on the principle that solar panels and solar energy has the power to change the world. To help you harness the power of the sun, here’s what we offer:
Solar Energy Assessment
The first thing you should do when you’re considering making the switch to solar energy is to get a solar assessment done. This involves one of our experienced solar experts coming to your home to measure your roof and also test to see how much energy you might be able to produce on your property.
In California, it’s more than likely that your home is going to be able to get the job done. But in the event it can’t, we’ll find a way to help you. Our team is filled with experts on renewable energy, and after doing their assessment, if solar’s not right for you, we’ll help you find a solution to your unique problem.
Most other solar companies would just leave you behind or, worse, try to sell you solar panels anyway. But our commitment goes deeper than that. We’re about creating change, no matter what that means for our bottom line.
Once you’ve decided solar panels are the right solution for you, we’ll take over and do the rest for you. Our project management professionals will go to work planning out your project, setting up timelines that accurately reflect what will happen so that you know what to expect along the way.
Solar panel projects also require a good bit of permitting from local authorities. But you won’t have to worry about that. As part of the planning process, we’ll make sure you’ve got all the necessary permits so that you won’t run into any trouble along the way.
Solar Panel Installation
After designing a plan for your project, we’ll then come in and actually install solar panels on your home. As for you? Don’t lift a finger. Our professionals will do all the work, and we can work with you to set up an installation time that works for you. It can be a bit noisy, so if you don’t even want to be home, we can arrange that too.
Installation times can vary from a few days to a few weeks depending on the size and complexity of your roof. But we’ll figure all this out before we start so that you know what to expect and can plan for your eventual switch over to solar power for your home.
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