LA Solar Group Goes Solar!

It's been just over a year since we've expanded to a larger office space and we're excited about the solar system we just installed on our roof.  As a leading solar installer, prior to moving in we knew the potential the building had to reduce energy from the grid as well as how much we…


How To Own or Lease A Solar System

Deciding whether you want to buy, lease, or finance your solar system and determining which options your contractor of choice offers is the third key factor to consider in your search. There are benefits to each, but there are also some misconceptions that might confuse homeowners.   Buying Solar. Buying a new solar system is…


How To Choose The Right Solar Equipment

In the first of our three part series, we learned key factors on how to choose the right solar contractor. In our second part, we will learn about how to choose the right solar equipment when installing a solar system for your home. Once you select your contractor, you’re going to be asking what brands…


How To Choose The Right Solar Contractor

In this three part series, we’re going to discuss one of the most important and difficult tasks when going solar, choosing the right solar contractor. There are many solar companies in California that advertise themselves as “the best,” while third-party companies acting as brokers that recommend the “right solar company for you.” But what does…


Variable Speed Pool Pump Rebates for California

Now that it’s the middle of summer, Californians are taking advantage of their pools. What many homeowners might not know is that keeping their pool clean via pool pump could be a lot cheaper. If you still have an old single- or dual-speed pool pump and are tracking your energy consumption, you likely know that…


How Much Solar Power Do I Need for a Tiny House in California?

Ever since 2012, the tiny house industry has been growing into a movement of cost-conscious, ecologically responsible homeowners. This is especially true in California. In fact, some California cities like Fresno and Ojai have permitted tiny houses to be built in homeowners’ backyards, which can then be rented out as supplemental income. One of the…


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