Unless you are licensed to install a rooftop system yourself, you will likely contract professionals when you go solar. When you do, you’ll want to be sure the people who will be on your rooftop know what they’re doing.
You’ve decided to go solar, crunched the numbers, and picked an installer. So now what? Who handles the permits, the inspection, and the estimates? This post will outline what a homeowner should expect during the installation process, from consultation to monitoring.
While it can be financially beneficial to buy your solar panels and take advantage of the solar power incentives in Los Angeles, that isn’t the only option for homeowners. For those who want the benefit of solar power for their home without the expense of owning the system, leasing is a great option. But what does it cost to lease solar panels? And what leasing arrangements are available to you?
Tax credits, rebates, and other solar incentives in Los Angeles have helped helped many thousands of homeowners across the Southland go solar in recent years. If you have recently installed a solar system in your home or are considering doing so, you should make sure you take advantage of any incentives for which you qualify, even as they change or are revised. Let’s take a quick look at the main tax credits for California homeowners who go solar and how to go about pursuing them.
One of the first questions homeowners ask about going solar is “How long does the solar system’s efficiency last?” This is the right question to be asking, since if you get solar installed, you want to know that it’s going to provide power for a long time.