Solar & Roofing

Residential Customers

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Our Residential Experience

For the past 40 years, Ameco has helped homeowners become energy independent and navigate the ever changing landscape of solar efficiency.

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The Ameco Advantage

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Cash in your investment.

Installing solar panels or upgrading your roof will nearly eliminate your utility bills. Then cash in on immediate savings with solar rebates to bring down initial costs.

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40 Year Warranty

We back our installations with an unprecedented 40 year warranty and provide ongoing maintentance and prompt servicing. After being around 50 years, our word actually means something.

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Installation Team

Rest easy, we manage every part of the installation process. Our trained team designs and installs your solar array to provide years of reliable energy production

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Project Management

Bureaucracy slowing you down? We pull all permits, arrange inspections, and file all of that rebate and incentive paperwork so you don’t have to. You’re welcome.

Residential Resources & Insights

Need to get up to speed on solar? Ameco has deep reach and insights into the latest and greatest technology and innovations.

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Here’s what home owners (just like you) are asking...
What happens to solar energy when a blackout occurs?
If a solar system is a “grid-tied” (meaning linked to the utility’s electricity system), then your solar system will shut down in the event of a black out. To avoid energy loss during a blackout, a solar owner could add a battery backup system for storage. However, since many utility companies will not approve a solar system with battery backup, AMECO Solar does not currently install battery backup systems.
How much electricity will a system produce?
The amount of energy production from your solar panels depends on the size of the solar array. In California, the average residential customer purchases 6,500 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity per year. We often recommend that you choose one that reduces or “shaves down” your bill. This usually amounts to solar panels that will offset your needs by 50% to 80%.
Why do solar installation prices vary so much?
Beside the differences in energy consumption and the situation a roof presents for solar panels, there are other factors that affect the cost of solar panel installation such as where the panels are manufactured, the way they are made and the type of solar contractor installing the solar panels.
How much does a solar electric system cost?
Factors that affect pricing include: how much electricity you currently use, how much you want to reduce your electricity bill (for instance, 50, 80 or 100 percent?), the solar panel brand you choose, the orientation of your roof, your roof’s material and age, the size and type of your service entrance and much more. The average solar system installation costs around $25,000 to $35,000, but with solar rebates and tax incentives your out-of-pocket costs could be much lower.


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