Abundant Solar Energy For Phoenix Residential & Commercial Services

Solar energy is in abundance and cannot run in short supplies like normal fuel or fossil. Besides, its generation process or technique does not pose any harm to humans, wildlife, and the entire environment.
The recent advances in solar power technology have made our Phoenix solar panels the perfect solution to the increasing energy costs as well as the environmental impact that fossil fuels have caused.

Our Services

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Solar Panel Installation

Choose from our portable ones to a full-scale solar power system that is capable of powering an entire home. This is why it is essential for you to determine your household's energy requirements.
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Inverter Installation

The electricity will be stored as a D.C., and to get it to be used for household appliances it needs to be converted by a power inverter to A.C. Do not hesitate to ask us for inverter installation.
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Solar Panel Maintenance

Taking a look for damage from wind, hail or blown debris such as tree limbs will be an important part of your maintenance routine.
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System Monitoring

In Phoenix, solar panels are becoming a priority. It's time for the world to invest in solar panel systems, we are all responsible for our carbon footprint and should be actively trying to live greener.

WHAT WE OFFERHow Solar Works

SOLAR PANELS
Each of our Phoenix solar panel usually has a life expectancy of 20 years so, despite the installation payment being reasonable, you will be making a saving over the years that follow. An investment worth making.
INVERTER
Inverters are usually placed by the electrical panel and change the current from all the solar panels which are then directed to the home’s electrical system.
HOME
For homes and small businesses in Phoenix, AZ, solar energy is a real solution to meet the demands of trying to find lower costs energy and reduce your energy bills.
METER
Due to legislation, utilities are now required to offer what is called net metering. The way net metering works is, it measures on your meter the difference between the electricity your solar panels generate and the electricity you use from your power company.
NETWORK GRID
A solar or PV inverter is a vital component of the whole system as it converts the direct current absorbed by the solar panel into an alternating current, which can be used as a utility; any excess is then fed back into the wider national grid.
GARDEN
Our Phoenix Solar Power professionals will first visit your property to determine what product will work for you and what framing system you will need to mount the panels to your particular type of roof, which your garden too can benefit from.

WHAT WE OFFEROur solar projects

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Hubo Group

Elm Brook, ME
  • YGE 60 Cell Series Module Type
  • 4.6 kWp Rated System Power
  • Co2 savings – approx. 5 metric tons
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WH Tildesley Ltd

Brooklyn, NY
  • Size – 250 kWp
  • Annual Energy Yield – 372.470 kWh
  • Co2 savings – 115.838 kg
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N Brookes Ltd

Boston, MA
  • Rated System Power – 360 kWp
  • 1330 HVAC Solar PANDA  modules
  • Co2 savings – about 46.55 tonnes
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HR Smith

San Francisco, CA
  • Module Type – HVAC Panda 60 Cell Series
  • Roof Space Coverage – 35,000 m2
  • Co2 savings – approx. 2,400 tonnes
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Lindon Ltd

Brooklyn, NY
  • 65,000 Units;  HVAC 230 module
  • Number of Avg. Homes Powered – 1,900
  • Co2 savings – approx. 16,000 tons

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ABOUT USServicing Phoenix, Arizona
and its surrounding areas.

Our latest Phoenix solar panels are built to last, meaning there are no concerns that you will have to keep replacing them every few years.

That means once you have got them installed they require very little maintenance and you can just use the electricity that they produce for free. You could even be using them to generate electricity for decades to come.

With Phoenix solar panels, you are getting to take advantage of the power of the sun which is completely free.
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Our team completes continuing education courses to ensure we can provide solutions to the most difficult problems and issues. We work efficiently and effectively to ensure 24/7 support for you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The below are some frequently asked questions about everything related to solar panels for a home or business.

What Type Of Solar System Should You Get From Solar Companies?

Solar companies exist for one reason only and that is to save you money on your residential solar. Solar power systems will be one of the best decisions you could make for keeping your utility bill down. There are a lot of factors that go into this decision though and there are some things that should be considered before making the move to solar power.  The first thing to do would be to see if there are any solar incentives available for your solar project. Perhaps certain solar companies are offering discounts for certain types of solar panels. Is your roof too shaded? What direction does your home face or does your roof even get enough sun? How much will you be saving and how big of a solar system setup will you need? These are all very good questions to ask your account rep when they come to give you a few quotes on new solar power systems. ALso, don’t forget to ask about the federal solar incentives to help your house go green. The installation process is also very key to keeping costs down. A huge expense will be the solar installation on your roof. To get costs down, get a few quotes from solar contractors before agreeing to one company.

Do You Need Permission To Get a Solar Panel System From Solar Companies?

This is a big question for a lot of people and solar companies should definitely be able to answer this. This is a great question for your Phoenix account representative when he comes to give you a quote. In Arizona, the short answer is yes, a permit is probably needed. Home Owners Associations might want to know about a residence converting to solar power as well. Be sure to check with any regulatory agencies who currently make decisions for your neighborhood and don’t forget to ask your solar installers for advice. Either way, the panels will raise the value of the home considerably and the amount saved per month will make them worth it.

What If It’s Cloudy Around Phoenix?

This is a very common question that we get asked about residential solar panels. It’s true as well. Phoenix Arizona is notorious for having rather polluted and cloudy weather. During cloudy weather, it is true that your panels won’t be converting as much of the suns energy into dollars in your pockets but they will still work great. Once the sun is back, they will go back to being 100% efficient at their jobs of converting the suns light to energy. So, no matter what, the solar power panels will be working all the time except for when it’s completely pitch black out.

What Are The Energy Savings by Switching to Phoenix Arizona Solar Energy?

First thing to do to figure out your energy savings on solar power systems would be to check out the federal tax credits. The solar industry has gotten much less expensive than in the past. Solar panels cost money upfront during the installation process but save you money in the long term. The average savings for the typical home ranges from between $8,500 to $40,000 over the lifetime of your solar system. There are a number of factors that determine energy savings by using solar. The first is how much sun is going to actually hit your solar panels once installed. Aside from the sun, it’s also important to pay attention to the angle of the roof as well as the size of the panels. When you do have your panels already installed, it’s very important to keep them clean of dust and debris as this is a sure way to keep them working efficiently. Over the months, panels get dirty and need to be cleaned a few times per year to keep saving you the maximum. Another way to save money on solar panels in Phoenix would be to check out federal tax credits and how they relate to system cost. It also helps to have a solar panel cost calculator as well. Be sure to know how much electricity you currently use but the most important thing is the federal solar tax credit.

Can Solar Panels be Installed On My Roof Type?

We use some of the top selling solar panels in the industry today. These advanced panels are made to be installed on any type of roof made today. They are also made to be attached to any roof pitch or even flat roofs. The most important thing to do would be to make sure that your roof is free of the need for repairs before installing panels. It’s important to do this because if your roof needs repairing after the installation of panels, then the panels need to be removed and put back on.

What Happens To My Energy Savings When It’s Dark Outside?

You would be surprised at how dark it actually has to be for your panels to stop working completely. With that being said, it is true that as the sun goes down, your panels won’t be taking in the suns rays and converting them to energy anymore. But it’s not an on and off switch either. During the afternoon hours of around 1pm to 5pm the panels will be working full speed converting the rays into energy and avoiding the electric company. Both before and after these hours, the panels will still be working but they will be working with less of the sun’s rays. This means that they will be producing less energy. So, in the middle of the night and the sun has been down for hours now, the panels won’t be working anymore until the morning. When it’s completely dark, you can still enjoy electricity in the home by net metering and battery storage. Be sure to ask your installer or account representative about getting the maximum from your solar panel system whether that be day or night.

How Long Will The Solar Panel System Last?

Solar panel systems are constantly being made and modified as the years pass. They are getting more and more efficient at converting the suns rays into energy for the home or business below. Right now would be the best time ever to switch to solar energy because the panels being produced today are more efficient than those made even a few years ago. Solar panel systems end up lasting about 25-30 years which is a ton of savings on your utility bill! The average amount of savings from solar panels is around $15,000 so you can be sure to get your moneys worth over the course of the next 30 or so years.

What Happens To Solar Systems If The Homeowner Has to Move to Another Home?

The answer to this question depends on several factors. If you are moving locally then it will be possible to talk to one of our solar installers about removing the solar panel system and getting them put up on the new house as soon as you move in. This isn’t always the best idea though because of the sun’s conditions at the new house. Chances are it won’t be the same and you might end up needing to just get a new solar power system installed on the new house. After all, the current system was made for your home and your home only. This is something you should call us about to determine what the best option would be. We will send out a few solar contractors to provide you with a quote on this. If you are moving out of state then it’s almost always better to just leave the panels on the existing home. The value of the home should increase as well with the new owner enjoying the lower electrical costs. It ends up being more of a hassle than it’s worth to take the panels to another, out of state, location. If you are leasing your panels, then there are a few options there as well. You could arrange for the new homeowner to take over the lease, you could pay off the lease and move, or you could contact us to see about moving the panels to your new home.

Would My Business Benefit From Going To A Solar Power System?

Going solar is a big decision not only for home owners but also business owners and even industrial complex owners. The answer is that just as Phoenix Arizona residences enjoy solar savings and solar incentives, the businesses here can also save money on their electric bill. Basically, if you are paying an electric bill, then you can absolutely save money with a solar panel system. The property value would also go up too if you were to install solar electric power on the roof. If you are a business or industrial park looking for solar companies to install solar panels for you then get a few quotes and compare them. See how much energy their system produces and choose the solar company more accurately as a result.

Can Solar Panel Systems Damage Your Roof?

Phoenix residents are often asking this question. Will clean energy damage my home and make electrical rates go up? This is a tricky question to answer as it really depends on the installation process and how they installed the solar panels. All of our technicians have been in the solar energy industry for years and know the ins and outs of a good panel installation. There are a lot of Phoenix solar panel companies though so be sure to look at reviews and past performance of any other company. We highly recommend that your solar energy installer avoids using nails and bolts that are too long when securing the panels through your roof when installing solar panels. During the inspection process, the account representative will be checking the depth of the roof to make sure to avoid putting unecessarily large holes into your roof which can result in leaks over time. The solar energy panels on top of your roof typically last for 30-35 years so that is much longer than a roof will last. You will most likely have to replace your roof shingles before you ever take apart the solar panels and risk leaks in the attic. Again though, a lot depends on the installation process to install solar in the first place so be sure your installer does a good job.

Should You Try Solar Energy Or At Least Get A Quote?

Going to solar energy is a big decision and should not be taken lightly. Your main objective is to save money. Remember the federal tax credits as well. Be prepared to talk to your account representative about your federal taxes as well as these credits to see how they will help you save money on the cost of solar energy and solar installation. They should be very cost-effective and your representative should be able to tell you exactly how much you will be saving by getting solar energy panels installed. A good quote will be determined by system size and your energy needs. Go solar and experience the savings!

What Areas Do You Service?

Solar companies often will tell you that they service West Phoenix but won’t even show up to the appointment! Solar Panels Phoenix services not only all of Phoenix Arizona but also North Phoenix. We are the solar experts in this area for sure. Be sure to give us a call for a free consultation. All of our solar contractors and installers have passed a criminal background check and we do great work using only quality products. We are capable of installing any type of solar panels on any roof without a problem. But before you choose a company, it’s necessary to check out the federal tax credit for you solar panels in Phoenix. To install solar panels in certain areas the government will give more incentives than other areas.

Would I Be Able To Completely Drop My Electric Company If I Get These Panels Installed By Your Solar Company?

This is a difficult question to answer without having all the necessary data for your home but this whole process starts with a quote for energy panels. During this quote, the Phoenix Arizona solar energy installer will go through your utility bill and determine how many panels you will need to not need your electrical company anymore. The more electricity you use, the more panels you will need. Again, your solar company should be able to tell you the savings on your utility bill by installing residential solar panels. If your family sticks around the amount of usage as you currently exhibit, then yes, you should be able to only use your solar panels for your electrical needs instead of relying on the utility company. One way to make this process happen faster is to make sure that your home is energy efficient. Is excess energy leaking out through damaged windows or leaky doors? Be sure that you are taking care of the excess energy that could be saved by home proofing your residence. Phoenix Arizona is known for its scorching heat which is the perfect environment for solar today. More sunshine the better right?

What Kind of Maintenance Needs To Be Done On Phoenix Arizona Solar Energy Panels?

Solar panels were designed to be fairly hands off. The solar industry has advanced a lot even in the past few years. For example, it would never be necessary for you to go on your roof and disconnect a residential solar panel. Usually, the wind and the rain are two great cleaners for the surface of your solar panels. If they get caked in dirt or dust then they start to not work efficiently. The rain and wind can sometimes clean the panels well but if they don’t then it is recommended to have us come out and clean them for you. Be sure to ask your account rep about  getting a quote for this service. Usually, we come out twice per year and make sure all connections are tight and that the panels are 100% clean and working for you.

How Much Does It Cost To Install Residential Solar Panels On My Roof?

To get a solar installation in Phoenix Arizona, the solar company should give you a price upfront. The cost of installing solar panels on your home or business roof varies with a lot of factors coming into play. Be sure to have your utility bill ready for the account rep that comes to your home and gives you a quote. It will be important for him/her to analyze how much you are currently using in electricity per month and how much you would save with solar energy. For example, a family of 5 would expend much more energy than just a couple living in the home. The more energy your family uses, the more panels would be needed to try and eliminate your utility company. The more panels you have, the more expensive the whole solar system is going to be. In general, it usually costs between $15,000 and $40,000 to have solar panels installed on their roof. There are a lot of federal tax credits available almost always though so be sure to check into them before planning on paying full price.

Can I Afford To Go Solar?

Our company now has low interest and zero-down options to finance your solar energy efforts. These panels are not cheap and we go with some of the best quality panels on the market today. For this reason, the solar system that we install on your roof will cost thousands of dollars. With that being said, there are ways to either lease or finance the panels for purchase. Be sure to ask your representative for details.

Should I Buy or Lease the Phoenix Solar Panels?

We at Solar Panels Phoenix have done plenty of solar installations to know that there are advantages and disadvantages to both buying and leasing panels. There are basically three ways of paying for your solar panels. The first way is to secure what is known as a solar loan from us. You can make it either a secure loan or an unsecured loan and both options have their advantages and disadvantages. The second way is to utilize a home equity line of credit which might be the best option for you if you don’t have the cash to pay for the panels outright. This would be done through your bank though and not through our company. The third and best option to pay for your panels is to pay via cash. If you pay with cash, then you are paying for the system without paying any interest. If you lease the panels then you are always going to end up paying more as a result of periodic interest charges. If you have the cash to pay for the panels upfront, then this would be a great idea but if you don’t then don’t worry. Just ask your installer or account representative about how much you would save by going solar with a lease as well as in cash.

How Many Panels Will I Need For My Solar Power System?

This is a question that requires a little bit more information from the homeowner but the average homeowner needs about 20-24 solar panels on their roof to cover 100% of their electric usage. It’s highly recommended to get a quote for new solar panels. With that being said, the actual number of panels you will need depends on the following factors.
-How much sun will you receive on your roof? Are any portions shaded?
-How efficient are your solar panels working?
-Your personal consumption habits. How much energy does your household use on a daily basis.

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