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Getting solar done right for your property can save you a lot of money and headaches in the long run. Solar panels have made great advancements in the past decade and are the safest way to power your home on site. With summer always just around the corner, going solar in Texas means a lower energy bill. We can get all the permits and licensing and educate you on all the limited-time benefits.     

30% – 40% Bill Reduction

Everyone can drastically reduce or even eliminate their electric bill by going solar, all while paying no up front costs to get started. Most electric companies offer net-metering services, which provides homeowners a credit for energy produced by the solar panels. Saving you money on your electric bill.

Increase Property Value

“Solar can raise your home’s property value by up to 4.1%” –

Once people get solar on their first home, they often want solar panels on their next one. Going solar now can make your home more lucrative to a future Millennial interested in owning a home.

Protect Your Rate

Energy costs are only going up due to the aging infrastructure, growing demand on the grid, and inflation. Protect against rising costs of around 3-6% annually by having a solar contractor install solar panels on your property.

Never Lose Power Again

Our solar panels and backup power options create the perfect power combination. Leave blackouts (and the electric grid) in the dust. 

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Dealing with pushy salespeople, unclear pricing, fussy permits, and messy workspaces can make anyone not want to go solar. At Solar Edge Pros, we believe being transparent and straightforward is the best way to earn your trust. That’s why our agreements don’t have any complicated fine print, our pricing is clear and simple (meaning no hidden fees), and we don’t use any high pressure sales tactics. We’re here to help you however we can, even if that means referring you to another professional.


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In short… less than what you are paying now.

Without knowing your electricity needs, the angles of your roof, and tree coverage, any estimate would be inaccurate. Click here to get an accurate estimate.

If you would like to do more individual research first, we recommend checking out for a data-based, numerical approach to your utility rate versus solar specific to your county.

Yes! Please check out our Solar Advocate Program for more information.

Essentially, a solar panel generates Direct Current (DC) from the sun and an inverter converts DC power to Alternating Current (AC) power, which then powers devices plugged into your outlets. The amount of accessible sunlight varies on a lot of factors, that’s why we need to set up an appointment to determine the best way for you to generate electricity. For a more detailed answer, please watch the video below or reach out to us.

Repairing your solar panels will void any contractual agreement you have with your installation company, including warranties. However, if the installation company is no longer in business, go ahead and give us a call. We will see what we can do to help.

We have a NABCEP-certified engineer inspect every roof or structure before installation to ensure the safety and well-being of your property. We can also build pergolas, carports, and ground mounts for your solar panels, so there are many alternatives.

Any home that is connected to the electrical grid will have something called a utility meter that your energy provider uses to measure and supply power to your home. When we install solar panels on your property, they are connected to your home’s utility meter. The production of your solar system can be accessed and measured by this meter. If your panels produce more than you are consuming, the meter will actually turn backwards!

Yes. Photovoltaic panels still produce energy with indirect sunlight, so rain or shine – your panels will produce electricity.

Currently, there is a 30% federal tax credit for solar energy systems. However, this tax credit may change based on the decisions made in Washington and has decreased over time; the sooner you go solar, the less expensive it will be.

Some utility providers also offer rebates to homeowners because it helps reduce the demand on the electrical grid and helps them meet renewable energy they need to meet in order to not get fined. However, just like the tax credit, these rebates will only be around for a limited time.

Yes! When you sign up for solar, you are enrolled in Net-Metering with the grid. That means during the day your solar energy system is producing power; anything not used will be sent to the grid and stored as credits. Then, during the night or when you need to use your power, you can pull back that energy you sent to the grid.

In our 5,000 installations, we have not had a single situation where solar panels caused a leak in someone’s roof. This isn’t by chance. The Solar Edge Pros installation crew is experienced and required to complete electrician certification. Furthermore, our NABCEP-licensed engineer inspects every roof before and after installation.

Let us know the new owner’s information within 30 days of selling the property and we will take care of the rest.

Net-metering refers to sending your solar power to the electrical grid and receiving a credit from your utility provider. This credit allows you to use electricity even at night without getting an electric bill. Additionally, when your panels generate more electricity than you consume, some utility providers will mail you a check. The dollar-to-credit ratio depends on your provider. Meeting with a solar consultant will help you learn your potential savings.


Our team goes the distance. We provide solar installations and backup power solutions in San Antonio and all of its surrounding areas. Meet with Solar Edge Pros to see how much you could save switching to solar energy. To get started, we need a copy of electric bill displaying your annual usage.

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We constantly strive to get our neighbors the best in solar technology. To do so, we need to be well-educated on current advances relating to solar. Below you find our three latest posts summarizing news intended to help homeowners understand how solar works. Take a look at some of our recent blog articles:

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Solar Energy

How to Go Solar

Selecting the right solar company for your solar needs is a crucial step in ensuring a successful solar installation. The last thing you want is

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Backup Power

Battery Backup FAQs

Does my home qualify for battery backups? All residential properties can have backup batteries installed. However, some properties may require additional electrical upgrades. Meeting with

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