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Trusted Solar Panel Installer in Southern Arizona
The world has so much potential to generate green energy through solar panels. All one needs to do is go out and look up at the sky to find evidence of this. The sun is our planet’s primary source of energy, but for centuries, we’ve been harnessing its awesome power incorrectly. Solar Solution AZ is here to remedy that oversight.
As one of the sunniest states in the country, Arizona has the potential and resources to power its homes and industries with clean, renewable solar energy. Solar Solution AZ is your neighborly expert and installer of solar panels in Tucson, AZ, committed to powering homes and businesses with efficiently captured solar energy.
As Arizona enjoys far more days of sunshine compared to most states, with a solar electric capacity of up to 96 watts per capita, it has been paving the way for solar power in the country. A supportive community, coupled with state and federal rebates and incentives and strong policies, helps residents and businesses maximize their savings with solar power.
To make the switch much easier and cost-effective, our Tucson solar installers provide no-nonsense service. We believe that consistently providing dependable service encourages more people to invest in solar power systems. As a result, the community’s solar capacity will grow and the community will reap more savings and rewards.
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Need another reason to go solar?
Solar Solution AZ has been the #1 local solar panel installation company in Tucson, Arizona for the last five years
With over 1,500 happy customers in Southern Arizona, we know a thing or two about solar power in the Southwest.
Solar energy is always less expensive than your electric bill.
Most homeowners save 20% the first month and $50,000 over the solar panel system lifespan.
The federal government Investment Tax Credit (ITC) allows you to claim 30% of the cost of a home solar power system system.
For example, if your system cost is $18,000, your one-time tax credit would be $6,000. For an easy to understand analysis please click here.
We take the worry out of solar panels for your home.
We provide solar solutions, from financing, permitting, and HOA paperwork, to the utility company and installation, we handle it all! We pride ourselves on offering the longest, most comprehensive warranties and guarantees available. We don’t just provide solar, we provide peace of mind.
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WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT US
It’s essential to find out when a potential solar contractor started their business and how many solar systems they have installed to date. This will give you some insight into how much experience the contractor has before hiring them for your installation. In addition to learning about experience, it’s a good idea to ask for references from previous customers learn about what was done right, and what may have some room for improvement so you know exactly what you can expect when you hire your contractor.
Another important question to ask is whether or not the company and all employees are licensed, insured, and bonded. Find out whether or not any of the solar installation work will be subcontracted, and if so, to who. All of the sub-contractor’s licensing and insurance information should also be provided to you through the contractor. Make sure that the contractor’s insurance protection will cover all damage to your roof or home if an accident occurs during installation.
Take the time to find out what kinds of warranties are available through potential contractors for the solar system you’ll be installing. There are a variety of warranty options available in the industry, but they aren’t universal to all solar systems. Understanding your warranty options before installation is important so you aren’t stuck with an installed system that isn’t covered under the warranties that you are interested in securing.
Depending on where you live, it may be possible to get financial incentives for installing solar on your home’s roof. Ask potential contractors to provide you with a list of tax credits, incentive checks, and other financial perks that your home is specifically qualified for. It’s also important to find out how and when the incentives will be applied, and whether or not your contractor will be responsible for incorporating the incentives into your solar package.