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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it takes to get setup with a Solar system?

A solar system can be installed in as little as two weeks from the date of your roof inspection.

How much does Solar Power cost?

Solar power units range anywhere from $4000 to $100,000 depending on how large of a system you need.

How do you analyze my home solar potential?

We ask homeowners a series of questions and then run their home through a series of solar analytics systems to generate a real-time estimate.

How do I get the best deal on Solar?

The key to paying the least for panels is to work directly with a Solar installer, versus going through a 3rd party. Solar Analyzer will connect you to a top-rated solar technician in your area to complete your installation if you choose to move forward with Solar.

Is the pricing Solar Analyzer provides final?

We do our best to provide you with an accurate estimate, but there may be other things not taken into consideration that can only be observed with an on-site visit. The pricing usually doesn’t vary by much, but you will need to have your local installer come out to do a full home inspection prior to signing any purchasing documents. We recommend never finalizing your purchase until this home inspection is complete, which most local installers will do free of charge.

How much sun exposure do I need to get Solar?

The amount of energy you generate depends on your sun exposure. Our system will analyze your roof size and direct exposure to the sun, which will allow us to give an accurate estimate of the amount of energy a Solar system can generate for you.

How long does a Solar power system last?

When properly maintained a Solar system can last 25-30 years. After that amount of time, you may need to replace some panels, upgrade batteries, or perform other maintenance to keep yoru system running smoothly.

Do Solar panels come with a warranty?

Many Solar power systems come with a warranty lasting up to 25 years. This is something you’ll want to discuss with your local installer at your home inspection.