As a solar energy installation company, quality and performance have been key criteria when selecting the best solar panels to supply. As a premier solar installation company in Orange County, our clients are the foundation for our success and their satisfaction is of utmost importance. In business for over a decade, Sunpro Solar owes its success to the quality of our solar installation and solar panels.
According to Solar-Estimate.com as of August 2019, our solar panels are on the list of best solar panels to buy. The key reasons for making this list are:
|+ Very high quality solar panels+ Highest efficiency and temperature coefficient
+ The best performing solar panels in the market
So what are the best solar panels? SunPower solar panels.
Best Solar Panels: Still in Business
Much like our business, SunPower has been in business for a long time- for over 30 years in fact. Many solar panel companies do not remain in business after a few years, but SunPower continues strong as a solar panel manufacturer. Solar panels are meant to function for years. It’s important to install a solar panel that’s parts and components are readily available for maintenance.
Best Solar Panels: Warranty
What good is a warranty if the company offering the warranty is no longer in business? Well, it’s null. SunPower offers an amazing home warranty. Here are their solar panel warranty specifications which, we believe, makes it the best solar panel warranty:
Best Solar Panels: Efficiency
According to Energy-Sage.com the #1 Ranking Best Solar Panels for Efficiency are SunPower solar panels.
‘A solar panel’s efficiency is a measure of how well it converts sunlight into electricity. Based only on maximum module efficiency, here are the top five manufacturers that make the best solar panels:
Data from Energy-Sage.com
Best solar panels by efficiency
Solar-estimate.org echos SunPower’s #1 placement, stating SunPower solar panels are the most efficient for homes.
Solar panels with higher efficiency require fewer modules. If you have a smaller roof, efficiency becomes a very important factor.
Below is table data from Solar-estimate.org
Table 5. The 5 most efficient models of solar panels by manufacturer
SunPower is -0.29 Temperature Coefficient. A solar panel’s temperature coefficient is a measure of how much or little a panel’s production is lowered in hot temperatures. Despite hot weather and conditions, SunPower offers reliable production.
SunPower solar panels are among the most popular solar panels. In fact, according to solar-estimate.org SunPower had the #2 best-selling solar panel module from June 2018 – November 2018. While this information may not add too much substance to the best solar panel claim, we believe consumers have it right. A consistent demand is often an indicator of high quality products.
Solar Panel Installation Company Availability
Solar panels, no matter how great, can only excel when installed properly. The availability of quality solar panel installation companies is important. While we can not vouch for other companies, we can say, working with SunPower is not an instant process. SunPower qualifies it’s installation dealers to ensure quality control and proper installation. SunPower installation dealers can be found throughout the domestic United States.
SunPower Solar is Orange County and San Diego County’s best solar panel installation company. Experience and feedback from real clients tell a truth a company can never do for itself. Our client testimonials and reviews can provide you with a deeper understanding of our installation process and the quality and care our expert home installers provide.
Best solar panels combined with best solar panel installation is a winning combination. Select the best team.
Call SunPro Solar today 951 678 7733.
Did you know that installing a home solar system is an economic decision that can potentially improve your family’s financial position?
Home solar not only can reduce or eliminate your electric bill, adding a photovoltaic (PV) solar system to a house is almost always a good real estate investment and may contribute to increasing home values by 3 to 4 percent. The combined benefit of higher resale value and lifetime energy savings makes solar a compelling financial investment.
One study by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory , which analyzed the sale of nearly 4,000 homes with solar in eight states, determined that some buyers, particularly those in California, are willing to pay a premium of $12,000-$15,000 for a home with an average-sized, resident-owned solar array.1 That illustrates how important it is for buyers and sellers to familiarize themselves with how solar affects property values.
In states with a booming solar industry, such as California, which has a more mature solar real estate market, local real estate agents, lenders, and appraisers are more likely to understand the value of solar, and there are plenty of comparable home sales that can guide accurate pricing decisions.
Other regions are still learning the benefits of solar. Renee Baker, a real estate agent in Las Cruces, New Mexico, said that about six years ago, many real estate professionals in the area did not understand how solar adds to the value of a house.
“The problem was that a lot of them didn’t know what they didn’t know,” Baker said.
But that has changed as more solar houses go on the market. The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) reports that there are more than 1.5 million residential solar systems in the U.S. and that a new one is added roughly every 90 seconds. So, it follows that real estate professionals nationwide are beginning to gain experience with marketing the solar features of a house. They also have better tools and training to help them with solar real estate deals, including third-party groups that calculate the potential value of a solar system, currently and over its lifetime.
SunPro Solar home solar systems are more powerful, more efficient and degrade at a slower rate than conventional solar. As a result, SunPower systems generate up to 60 percent more energy over their first 25 years. If tools for measuring resale value base their assumptions on actual energy output and reliability, SunPower systems are well positioned to add additional value to your home. Moreover, SunPower has the strongest combined product and power warranty in solar. In a blog post by Savenia Labs, it was noted that there’s a relationship between comprehensive solar system warranties and higher resale values.
BEST WAY TO ASSESS SOLAR HOME VALUES
Real estate agent Baker said as local solar home markets mature, real estate agents are able to look up more comps. They are the best way to assess the value of any house, solar or otherwise.
Baker, who has handled about 16 solar home sales, said prospective home buyers have two major concerns: They want to make sure there’s documentation that the installation was done properly (information that any reputable solar dealer will provide) and they want proof that the system is saving money on electric bills.
“So, if you’ve got that documentation, you can show that,” Baker said. “You can show what the electric bills look like, and that’s the proof in the pudding.”
Using this “income approach” is recommended by the recent SEIA report, “How Owning a Solar System Impacts My Home Value: A Guide to Valuing Residential Solar Energy Systems.”
It spells out the various methods for assessing the value of solar homes and explains why the income approach provides the most accurate view for prospective buyers.
The report also provides several resources, including solar calculators, and lists organizations that can help solar homeowners. It will be updated periodically with additional tools as the U.S. solar market continues to grow and become a more integral part of the country’s real estate landscape.
Contact SunPro Solar or call us at (951) 678-7733 to find out more
1 Source: Hoen, B., Adomatis, S., Jackson, T., Graff-Zivin, J., Thayer, M., Klise, G., & Wiser, R. (2015). Selling Into the Sun: Price Premium Analysis of a Multi-State Dataset of Solar Homes. Based on analysis of home sales with & without solar energy systems in CA, CT, FL, MA, MD, NC, NY and PA from 1999 to 2013. Actual impact on home values will vary.
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It’s tax season! And to celebrate the final year of the 30% federal tax credit on solar purchases, we’re offering a special rebate for one month only. If you’ve been waiting for a reason to take the next step, here’s a good one!
For a limited time, you can receive a $1,040 mail-in rebate with the purchase or lease of a SunPower® Equinox™ system with X-Series panels, one of the most efficient panels on the market.
Plus, by going solar now you may qualify for a 30% federal tax credit on solar purchases, before it drops in 2020.
How to claim your $1,040 mail-in rebate
Southern California Edison is about to make a big change in the way it charges its customers, and it will have a huge effect on the economics of adding solar to their homes. The change, set to go into effect on March 1st, will alter Time of Use (TOU) billing for Edison customers by moving the peak hours to later in the day. To understand how this will affect you, let’s get clear on two terms:Read More