Broken Solar Systems - What do you do?

Solar Gone Wrong – Broken Solar Systems

Broken Solar Systems

In the last month alone we have received multiple calls from homeowners that have broken solar systems installed by companies that are no longer in business, or companies that aren’t accountable for their installs and their products. We want to educate consumers on the many companies that are looking to make a quick buck and then wash their hands of the install.

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The Importance Of A Committed Solar Company

Solar has been around long enough that the cream of the crop companies are emerging.  If a solar company has been around at least five years and has an excellent reputation with experience and good ethics you can feel comfortable doing business with them.
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Palomar Helps Another Church Go Solar

We were first introduced to New Hope Community Church from a residential consultation we did for one of their members.  Just like all of our projects their team interviewed several contractors before selecting Palomar Solar to help them go solar.  One of the things that stood out to us about New Hope Community Church, was that they even took the time as a group to meet us on site, of a couple of our solar panel projects, that we had completed with a similar roof type as theirs.
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I Live On The Coast, Is Solar Beneficial To Me?


Yes, solar panels still work in overcast weather. The sun is so powerful your panels will still absorb its energy! Although a cloudy day might make for lower production, it doesn’t matter – what matters is the sun you get year round.

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Palomar Solar Installation on Historical Coronado Island Home

This was a very special install as this Coronado Island home was built with top quality craftsmanship in 1925. This customer’s home is included as a historic home with the Coronado Historical Society and falls under The Mills Act which is California Legislation passed in 1971 designed to encourage the preservation of Historic Properties. The Mills Act is named for Coronado’s own Senator Jim Mills who crafted the legislation.

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