Believe it or not, it’s a pretty easy question to answer. But most first-time solar customers get it completely wrong. They tend to focus on the upfront cost of their installation (parts and labor). And on the surface, it kind of makes sense. After all, going solar is a hefty investment, and you want to know how much money to take out of your bank to cover all expenses.
But experience is what truly matters. This has a much greater impact on:
- The total lifetime of your solar installation
- The payback period of your installation
- Your ability to generate free electricity for decades
An experienced solar installer who cost twice as much as an amateur may still be the better option. This is because a well-installed solar photovoltaic (PV) system can last 40 years or longer.
Think about it like this.
In 2054, you’ll have completely forgotten how much money you paid for your solar PV installation. But you’ll definitely remember whether the installation was well done or not. You’ll know because your panels will still be operating (and generating free electricity) – or they won’t.
Always Stick With Experienced San Diego Solar Companies
When shopping around for San Diego solar companies, it is usually best to focus on experience and quality. But if you do your homework correctly, you won’t ever have to face the trade-off between upfront cost and experience.
At Sunline Energy, we’re competitively priced. Our installation services are much cheaper than many of the top contractors throughout San Diego.
But here’s the thing. We don’t try to compete on cost. Our main selling point is quality. We hire and train expert solar installers who only use reputable PV components from leading manufacturers. This is why we consistently deliver payback periods of only 4 to 6 years – when the average for California is closer to 9 years.
Don’t believe us? Put us to the test.
Request a free solar quote from us today. After doing a thorough inspection of your home or business, we’ll outline all of the costs, savings, payback periods, and ROIs. And we back up these promises with industry-leading performance guarantees. In other words, if your solar installation doesn’t deliver the power output and savings that we promise, we’ll fix it or cover your losses.