Clear and Accurate Solar Quotes

At Solar Edge pros we pride ourselves on our transparent pricing. Our quotes are based on:

  • Recent drone or satellite imagery of your property
  • Use of electricity throughout the year
  • Seasonal weather conditions
  • Exposure to sunlight
  • Anticipated electricity rate increases

How Much Does Solar Cost?

A full solar panel system installation requires the following equipment:

  • Revenue Meter
  • PV Meter
  • Disconnect switch
  • Combiner box
  • Railings
  • Microinverters
  • Solar panels

Your utility company compares the PV meter with the Revenue meter to determine if you owe any money for electricity. If your PV meter is higher than the Revenue meter, your utility company will provide a credit for next month! Every solar panel system must be inspected by our NABCEP-licensed engineer, meet the city’s fire code standards, and be inspected by the utility company in order for it be commissioned. When you choose a registered solar panel installation company like Solar Edge Pros, your system will qualify for any utility rebates your energy company offers. Learn more about utility rebates here.

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Get Solar Done Right

Have a question about solar panel installations or solar energy in general? When it comes to solar services, nobody does it better than Solar Edge Pros. One of our trained professionals can answer any questions and help clear up any details. If your electric bill has gotten out of control, don’t ignore the problem. Give us a call immediately and could potentially start saving a lot of money.

Solar isn’t right for everyone. At Solar Edge Pros, we won’t try to get you to buy a system that will ultimately cost you more money. For more information about our solar services, please give us a call at (210) 401-9030.

Want to Learn More About Solar?

Gain secondhand experience of the solar timeline by reading about Andrea’s experience. Does she like her solar panels? Would she do it again? How much is she saving? Click below and find out!

The Going Solar Process