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Are there any incentives or rebates available to help pay for solar?

Yes, there are incentives and rebates available to help pay for solar. Incentives generally come from federal, state, and local governments, and include tax credits, grants, and rebates. Additionally, some utility companies offer special discounts for customers who install solar energy systems.

What kind of monitoring and maintenance services are available?

The Enphase Monitoring App connects directly to mobile devices and allows system owners to track their energy production in real-time, view historical data, and receive alerts and notifications if there are any issues with their system. The app provides users with detailed information about the performance of each individual solar panel, as well as the overall system performance. We provide a 25 year workmanship warranty as well as a lifetime penetration warranty so that you can have peace of mind!

How many panels do I need?

The amount of solar panels you need will vary depending on several factors, including:
Your energy usage, the size of your solar panels, the sun exposure in your location, your roof size, and your budget! At Origin we have a team of engineers who can design the right system for you based on your needs! Book a free site assessment today!

Can I transfer my solar loan?

Yes, you can transfer your solar loan! We offer helpful services that guide you in every step of the way, that will include not only the loan, it includes monitoring, customer support, and maintenance warranties!


Discover the ease of switching to solar with Origin Solar's flexible financing options. As a premier residential solar installer, we're committed to making solar energy affordable and accessible for all homeowners. With $0 down financing and leases, we enable you to start saving on your energy bills from day one. Our transparent pricing ensures there are no hidden costs, giving you the peace of mind that comes with a straightforward, honest approach. By investing in solar with Origin Solar, you're not only opting for renewable energy but also a partner that supports you financially throughout the journey. So, let's make the world a greener place together, one rooftop at a time.

How long does install take?

After signing your agreement with Origin Solar, a trusted leader in residential solar installation, the transition to clean, renewable energy is set into motion. The actual installation of your solar system is typically completed within 1 to 3 days. However, the overall process, including permitting, grid interconnection applications, and final utility approval, can take several weeks. Our dedicated team works diligently to ensure this timeline is as swift and smooth as possible, communicating with you every step of the way. Our commitment to transparent practices means you'll be well-informed throughout your solar journey. By choosing Origin Solar, you're not just opting for a sustainable energy solution, but also a seamless solar installation experience.

Solar Lease Vs Buying

When deciding to go solar, homeowners often evaluate two popular options: solar financing and solar leasing. Each offers a unique set of benefits and considerations.


When you finance a solar system, you're essentially taking a loan to cover the cost of the system. This could be through a bank, a solar lender, or even the solar company itself. The key advantage here is ownership; since you're buying the system, you'll be able to reap the benefits of any federal, state, or local incentives and rebates available for solar installation. Plus, a solar system can increase your property's value. The main downside is that you're responsible for the system's maintenance and any repairs needed. However, many solar systems come with lengthy warranties, and maintenance needs are typically minimal.


Solar leasing, on the other hand, involves a third-party owner (usually the solar company) who installs and maintains the solar system on your property. You simply pay a monthly fee (or lease) for the right to use all the power that the system produces. The main advantage of leasing is that it often requires no upfront costs and includes maintenance and repair services. However, since you don't own the system, you won't be eligible for solar incentives or rebates. Additionally, a lease can complicate matters if you decide to sell your home before the lease term ends.

Deciding between solar financing and leasing depends on your financial circumstances, long-term plans, and personal preferences. Both options can provide significant savings on your energy bills and contribute to a more sustainable future.

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