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Top Solar Companies in

California

Vivint: $4.51 per watt, REPOWER America: $3.99 per watt, GRID Alternatives: $3.94 per watt

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Vivint

$4.51

Cost Per Watt

vs. $4.56 average

N/A

Year Warranty

vs. 5 average

1323 Reviews

Services Offered

Mounted Panels

Low Profile Panels

Solar Roofing

Roof Replacement

Minor Roof Repairs

Batteries

REPOWER America

$3.99

Cost Per Watt

vs. $4.56 average

N/A

Year Warranty

vs. 5 average

36 Reviews

Services Offered

Mounted Panels

Low Profile Panels

Solar Roofing

Roof Replacement

Minor Roof Repairs

Batteries

GRID Alternatives

$3.94

Cost Per Watt

vs. $4.56 average

25

Year Warranty

vs. 5 average

36 Reviews

Services Offered

Mounted Panels

Low Profile Panels

Solar Roofing

Roof Replacement

Minor Roof Repairs

Batteries

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About These Solar Companies

Tesla

Tesla is a leading renewable energy firm, with advanced solar technology and services that are available throughout the United States.

Tesla provides many high-end products, such as their solarglass roof, solar panels, and the Tesla Powerwall. The Tesla Powerwall is an energy storage option that integrates seamlessly with their rooftop products, while storing excess power that can be used 24/7.

Tesla customers can manage their energy usage, through the Tesla mobile app.

Vivint

Vivint is a popular, well-established solar energy company that prioritizes the quality of their customer service.

Vivint conducts a thorough inspection on every system that they install, ensuring that their new customers are well taken care of. As a large company, with over 4,000 employees, Vivint will not outsource their installation labor. They rely solely on their energy specialists to complete the job at hand.

The Vivint Smart Home mobile app is also available to customers for easy energy management.

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