Clean Energy and Big Savings
Secure Roofing & Solar is the trusted name when it comes to solar installation in California. We’re proudly serving residential, commercial, and industrial clients in San Diego and surrounding areas. We know how powerful solar energy is and we want you to make use of it. Allow our team to install solar panels in your property today.
Solar technology has been around for decades, and it continues to improve. Installation is now safer and faster to install than ever. It usually takes about 72 hours to install most residential solar systems.
Nearly 50,000 homeowners in California have already installed solar systems on their properties. Large companies also use solar panels to supply electricity to their buildings.
Solar Power Can Save You Money!
A solar system can help you save about 70% on your monthly utility bills. That means if you spent $200 last month, you’ll only pay $140 next month if you install solar panels.
Three-Day Installation!**Most installs only take 72 hours to completeView Our Nine-Step Installation Process
Step 1: Request a Free Consultation
Reading and browsing the web is a good way to learn about solar technology, but there may be questions that only experienced professionals can answer. Technicians from Secure Roofing & Solar can tell whether your roof is suitable for a solar system or not. They can also outline the benefits, cost, and the applicable rebates and incentives.
Step 2: Decide if Solar is Right for You
After speaking with professional solar installers, you’ll gain knowledge about the cost and benefits of a solar system. It’s time to decide whether to install one or not. You’ve learned that a solar system can save you thousands of dollars a year, but you may be reluctant because of the upfront costs for the system and the installation. The good news is that most installers offer convenient financing and leasing options to make the payment process easier for you.
Step 3: Choose a Professional Installer
Choose a reputable solar installer once you decide to invest in a solar system. In California, all providers have an active A, B, C-10 or C-46 license for photovoltaic systems. Always ask for references and look for installers with at least 100 annual solar installations.
Step 4: Perform a Home Energy Audit
Prior to installing solar panels, you should perform a simple home energy audit to be sure that your property is relatively energy efficient. Solar installers usually take care of this. The results of the audit will help you decide whether to install a larger or a smaller solar system.
Step 5: Let the Installer Handle the Paperwork
Your installer will take care of all the necessary paperwork, which may vary depending on your location. The paperwork usually includes forms for rebates and incentives, agreements with your utility contractor, building permits, and others. It usually takes about 3-6 weeks to prepare and obtain these documents. Most installers calculate the exact amount of rebate before installing the system.
Step 6: Let the Installer Install Your Solar System
The solar installation begins once all the paperwork is ready. The installation process usually takes less than 72 hours to complete.
Step 7: Allow the Installer to Set Up Required Inspections
The utility company and any groups overseeing building permits will conduct some inspections to see if your solar system and the installation comply with existing standards. Your solar installer will set up the required inspections.
Step 8: Let the Installer Turn on Your System
Your installer will turn on your solar system after passing the inspections and you’ll start saving energy and money.
Step 9: Claim Your Rebates and Incentives
You’re about to receive 30% federal tax credit for your solar system!
Monitor your system online
We offer the latest online monitoring systems so our customers can view their solar production online.
Solar Installation Payment Options
Secure Roofing and Solar has installation option to suite every budget. Which option is best for you?
Purchase the System if…
- You want to maximize the financial benefits of installing a solar system.
- You can benefit from reducing the amount of federal and state taxes that you pay (residential or businesses).
- You have the cash or can borrow to pay for the solar PV system.
- You want to increase your home’s value quickly.
Lease the System if…
- You want to reduce your carbon footprint and are less concerned about the financial and tax benefits of installing a solar.
- You don’t want the responsibility for maintenance or repairs.
- You don’t want to make a cash investment to buy the solar PV system outright.
- You don’t pay enough in federal or state taxes to benefit from the available tax credits.