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Home Solar Systems in the
Inland Empire & San Gabriel Valley Areas

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Going solar is a smart decision for homeowners who want to save money on their electricity bills and reduce their carbon footprint. With a solar panel system, you can generate your own electricity, lowering your electric bill and reducing your dependence on the ever-increasing cost of electricity from your local electric utility.

Solar energy is a clean, renewable energy source that does not produce harmful emissions or pollutants, unlike fossil fuels. You are doing your part by using clean energy to promote a more sustainable future.

Why Are Your Neighbors Going Solar?

Common Myths About Going Solar

Going solar is too expensive
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Fact: You can go solar for $0 dollars out of pocket with a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA).
Solar won’t work on cloudy days
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Fact: Although the output is reduced, solar panels will still work in most weather conditions, even on cloudy days.
Solar panels require lots of maintenance
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Fact: Since no moving parts exist, solar panels require very little maintenance outside of periodic cleaning.
Solar panels will damage the roof
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Fact: When designing your system, engineers will ensure the integrity of your roof is structurally sound so it won't lead to any future leaks.

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I'm Ivan, The Solar Guy

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I grew up in Walnut, CA, played varsity baseball at Diamond Bar High School, and then went to college at Cal State Fullerton, where I earned a bachelor's Degree in entrepreneurship. I live in the community and my passion is helping homeowners in the San Gabriel Valley save money on their electric bills.

If you're looking for a home solar system in the Inland Empire or San Gabriel Valley areas, or you want you know more about how much a solar system costs, it would be an honor to help you!

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Why Choose A

Power Purchase Agreement

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$0 Installation Cost

Free installation with $0 dollars out pocket, that's right, zero, nada, zilch

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Performance Guarantee

We guarantee the efficient operation of your system, or we'll fix it

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24/7 Monitoring

Our team monitors your system 24/7 to assure optimum performance

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System Maintenance

Your system includes maintenance for up to 25-years

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Live Customer Service

Speak to a live agent anytime, day or night, how cool is that?

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25-Year Warranty

Worry-free, 25-year, bumper-to-bumper warranty is included with your system

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Purchase System vs Power Purchase Agreement

Pros and Cons
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Buy the System

Buying a solar system has numerous benefits including cost savings, increases property value, and tax incentives.


  • You Own the System
  • Increases the Value of Your Home
  • Federal & State Tax Credits
  • Performance Guarantee & Free Maintenance
  • 24/7 Monitoring
  • Live Customer Service
  • 20-Year Warranty


  • Requires Full Cash Payment
  • Loan with Monthly Payments if You Finance the Purchase
  • Loan May Lower Your Credit Score
  • Increases Your Property Tax Bill
  • Warranty Term Varies

Power Purchase Agreement (PPA)

With a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), homeowners can go solar for $0 dollars out of pocket, while still enjoying lower monthly electric bills.


  • $0 Dollars Out of Pocket
  • Lower annual rate increases than your local electric company
  • Performance Guarantee
  • Free Maintenance
  • 24/7 Monitoring
  • Live Customer Service
  • 20-Year Warranty


  • Long Term Agreement to Purchase Electricity from the Provider
  • New Homeowner Must Agree to Take Over Agreement for the Balance of Term

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How much does it cost to go solar?
What are the benefits of going solar?
How do I know if going solar is right for me?
Should I purchase or lease a solar system?
Can I go solar with $0 dollars out of pocket?
How do I choose a solar system provider?
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