Is Solar Worth It In Southern California?
In most cases, if you are a homeowner in Southern California it does make sense to go solar as long as you are purchasing your system. Leases have been a popular method of going solar in California but they really don’t provide you with a great ROI, and if you are planning on selling your home at any point, leases can cause a lot of aggravation when it comes time to sell.
You might think purchasing your system is out of reach, however there are many financing options available, which often times can cost you the same amount per month that you would have paid for your electricity bill. The difference however – at the end of your financing term, you own your system and you no longer have to pay for your electricity.
We have been installing solar systems in Southern California since 2008. We are experienced, use quality products and are committed to excellent customer service. Give us a call today to get solar on your roof. 562-852-5626.
We chose Solar Source to install panels on our home and the process could not have been more easy. From inspection and installation to permits and financing, Jarrod and his team at Solar Source made our decision to add solar panels to our house a no-brainer. The team is experienced, well organized and very professional with great communication throughout the process. Highly recommend Solar Source to anyone looking for residential or commercial solar!
I had a really wonderful experience with installing solar at my home. The Solar Source team was responsive and kept a me informed each step of the way. Permits were pulled without any effort on my part and the installation team was friendly and respectful. I am proud to share that my utility bill is at zero most months and I am saving money as a result of the installation. I highly recommend Solar Source!
Thanks Solar Source so very much for being helpful, cost conscious, working with the belligerent City of Long Beach and taking care of all the challenges to make my installation absolutely perfect.I’m now at $1.90/month just enough to keep me tied to the grid, and saving around $300/month since I have a swimming pool.Again, highest praise!