Why Choose Villara Solar?
- In business since 1947
- American Made Solar
- Multiple CSLB Classifications: A, B, C7, C10, C15, C20, C36, C39, C43, and C47.
- Roofing License, C39: This means a licensed professional in roofing is working on your roof. In some cases, the roof covering warranty specifies that only a licensed professional in roofing may work on your roof, otherwise their warranty is void. Choosing Villara Solar, maintains existing roof warranties.
- Electrical License, C10: A licensed professional in Electrical design, code and installation, supports Solar Photovoltaic design and installation.
- Plumbing License, C36: A licensed professional in Plumbing design, code and installation, support Solar Thermal design and installation.
- Dedicated Solar Design department
- Building permit process and application, we take care of it, start to finish
- Trained and Certified Field Installers
- Title 24 Specialist
- We’ve installed more than 4 million Watts of Solar Power. Over 475kW installed in one single installation that won 3 national awards including SMA’s Project of the Year Award and a letter of recommendation from USA Properties Vice President, Santiago de Rio.
The Solar Effect – Preserve the Environment and Leave a Cleaner World for Tomorrow’s Children
- Energy costs are reaching record highs
- Clean, renewable solar energy saves the earth’s precious resources while saving you money
- Homeowners can enjoy significantly lower monthly utility bills and provide a hedge against future rate increases
Solar Allows You To:
- Save money by lowering your monthly electric bill
- Utilize free energy from the sun to reduce the effect of utility rate increases
- Enjoy energy independence by becoming your own power producer
- Increase the market value of your home
- Protect the environment by using clean, renewable energy
Monthly Energy Savings
Investing in a solar energy system can lead to significant energy savings, month after month, for the entire life of the system. Think of it as a sound investment that pays, month after month, forever, with little to no risk.
Reduce Energy Volatility
The one thing that’s certain about energy prices today is that they’re uncertain. Whether we’re discussing electricity prices, oil prices, natural gas or other energy sources, costs are volatile and are subject to a wide range of global factors that affect how much you have to spend in your house. We can predict future costs, of course, but those predictions are often little more than hopes.
How Solar Helps
One way that we can reduce the degree to which volatile energy prices affect us in our daily lives is to take control of our energy sources. Solar electric (PV) and solar thermal energy systems are a great way to do that. Once your home is being powered by solar energy, you have a lot less to worry about — you know where your energy is coming from, you know how it’s being paid for (whether you have a solar lease or Power Purchase Agreement, or have purchased your solar system outright, prices are more or less fixed), and you can rest easy knowing that your energy bills aren’t subject to the fluctuations of a global energy market.
Get Started Today
There are a number of low-entry-cost options for increasing your home’s energy independence by installing a home solar system, and reducing the chance that you’ll be subjected to unreasonably high energy costs down the road. As local solar experts, we can help you navigate financing options including Power Purchase Agreements, solar leases, rebates and other incentives, and help you determine the best option for you.
For more information about how solar energy can benefit you, or to schedule a free consultation today, contact us now!
Ever wonder how you can make your home more energy independent? Installing a home solar system is a great start. By doing so, you can increase your energy independence while saving money on energy bills and reducing your carbon footprint.
What is Energy Independence?
Energy independence is often discussed in the context of national economics: “reducing our dependence on foreign oil” is a phrase we’ve all heard more times than we can count. But energy independence isn’t a far-off Utopian ideal, but rather something that can be worked towards bit by bit. You don’t need to have a completely off-grid home in order to enjoy the benefits of increased energy independence: having your home even partially powered by renewable energy (particularly if you’ve paired these efforts with increased energy efficiency) can reduce your dependence on dirty fossil fuels, and decrease the degree to which you and your family are affected by the whims of global energy markets.
How Do I Sign Up?
Getting started is as easy as contacting us using the contact form here, or giving us a call. We can help walk you through financing options for your home (Power Purchase Agreements, solar leasing, upfront purchasing, rebates & incentives that are available, and more), discuss what kind of system could benefit your home the most (and most cost-effectively), and help you determine whether a home solar system is a smart choice for your home.
For more information, or to schedule a free phone consultation today, contact us now!
Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Did you know that your home can be just as much of a “gas guzzler” as your car? In fact, one of the most effective ways to reduce your carbon footprint and environmental impact is to reduce the fossil fuel consumption of your home.
Fossil Fuels and Home Energy
It’s no secret that fossil fuels are responsible for a significant portion of the total carbon emissions that contribute to climate change and global warming. But it’s not just our cars that burn fossil fuels: when you flip a light switch, there’s a good chance that the electricity that causes the light to work comes from coal-burning power plants. When you turn on your air conditioner in the summer, there’s a good chance that fossil fuels are being burned to cool your home. Similarly, when you heat your home with an oil or gas furnace, your home is consuming fossil fuels that emit greenhouse gases and contribute to global warming.
Where Home Solar Steps In
Solar energy is a clean, renewable energy source. When your home is being powered by solar electricity, or when your water is being heated by solar thermal, you can rest easy knowing that you’re not contributing greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere that cause climate change and global warming. You’re helping to reduce pollution, you’re helping the environment, you’re helping future generations, and you may be saving money on energy bills, as well. Sounds like a pretty good proposition, right?