🎆 New Year's Resolutions for the Planet, Health and Finances in 2019 🎉

It’s a New Year and with that comes new exciting possibilities and New Year’s resolutions for 2019. Choosing what resolutions you would like to focus on in 2019 can be challenging, so we wanted to help by putting together this list of resolutions ideas. They cover a few different categories; the planet, your health, and finances. If we missed any …

Does Solar Increase Your Home’s Value?

Home improvement can be a great financial investment, but it also carries a huge risk. Many design aspects, like countertops or carpeting, come down to personal preference. Many remodels can be time intensive and drag on with unexpected problems. Some never end up paying for themselves as well.   Going solar is a secure way to get the best bang …

How to read your projected PG&E bill

With the summer temperatures reaching well over 100 degrees each day, you may be wondering how to track your PG&E bill and energy usage. With a few simple steps, you will be able to monitor your usage and see what your projected bill will be.   PG&E clients have access to their billing through an online portal. You can also …

Increase Your Home’s Value with Owned Solar Panels

Make an investment in your home and a clean renewable energy future for your children by installing rooftop solar panels, now.   If you are a homeowner, there is no better time to join the rooftop solar revolution and begin generating your own power. Besides helping to build the country’s clean renewable energy infrastructure, you will be increasing your home’s …

Read our solar article in Living Lavishly Magazine

We’re very happy to have an article in Living Lavishly Magazine. Living Lavishly Magazine is created right here on the central coast and we are grateful to share a solar story with their readers, and you! Take a look below to read about how a custom solar solution paid for Faye’s kitchen.

How do you know if your panels are still working?

So you installed a solar system a few years ago and it has been working great but how do you know if it’s still producing as much power as it can? Maybe you’re worried that one of the panels is broken or the trees that were small a few years ago have grown and are now creating too much shade …