With plentiful sunshine year-round, its no surprise California is the leader of solar power in the U.S. And, with more homeowners choosing to power their homes with renewable energy, along with statewide rebates, tax credits, and initiatives, it’s more affordable than ever. We make the process of going solar simple so you can start enjoying lower utility bills and reduce your environmental impact right way.
At Greenstar Solar, we specialize in residential solar panel installation. This means we exclusively help San Diego area homeowners like you transition from powering their homes with fossil fuels to running on clean solar power.
We work with all solar vendors to give our customers every possible option when it comes to choosing a solar energy system. And, you don’t have to do it alone. We’ll walk you through the entire process. From home evaluation and panel selection to system design and installation, our team of solar experts will customize a solution that fits your needs and budget.
Give us a call and tell us about your home, your goals, and your budget. We’ll schedule a time to evaluate your property.
Our installer will visit your home to examine the type and angle of your roof and note any shading. We’ll take photos and measurements to determine the best system size.
Choose a System
Once the evaluation is complete, we’ll help you select the best solar panels for your needs. Because we work with all vendors, we’re able to offer the widest selection and best prices.
One of our engineers will be sent to evaluate your home and make sure it’s compatible with your new solar energy system. We’ll also file the proper building permits at this time.
Order is Placed
With your system selected, home inspected, and permits filed, we’ll place an order for your solar panels. At this time, we’ll give you an estimated installation date.
Solar Panel Installation
Your new solar system will be delivered to your home on installation day. First, your roof will be prepped with wiring that will connect your solar system to your electrical panel and general power system. Then a racking system will be put in place to support the solar panels. Finally, the panels will be placed on the racking where they will begin generating power.