Your Questions About Solar Panel Installation

Ruth asks…

Solar panel installation companies in Los Angeles?

Im looking into finding some companies to intern in in LA, what are some companies i can call and ask for an internship?

ssadmin answers:

You can find a list of certified solar installers here.


-Dave C.

Lisa asks…

I’m looking to get solar panels installed on my home in San Francisco? Looking for cost for solar installation?

I was looking to get a solar panel installation quote for my house, and preferably a free quote.

ssadmin answers:

Usually solar panels are expensive. The solar panel + installation can cost you thousands of dollars. You will need a professional to install your solar panel.
Why don't you try to do it yourself? There are do-it-yourself guide that are very cheap. It will show you also where to buy th cheapest materials. All in all, you can get it for less than $200. But be careful. Some of them are scams.
I can show you one that is not and will really help you in building your own solar panel. Here's the link

If you're not interested, maybe you can check out some articles about it. It might help you.

I hope these will help you.
Good luck

Jenny asks…

Which company provides Residential Solar Energy Systems in California with solar panel installation?


I am living in California.I want to install Residential Solar Energy Systems.Please anyone guide me about which company provides solar energy systems in California, USA.


ssadmin answers:


Hot solar manages everything you need to power your home with solar energy, from your solar system design and financing to installation and ongoing system monitoring.Hot Solar company also provides solar energy systems in California, San Jose, Los Angeles,USA with Residential Solar Energy Systems.


David asks…

How do you obtain a solar panel installation license in Memphis, TN?

ssadmin answers:

Answer 1: Licenses? We don't need no stinking licenses!

Answer 2: If you still feel you need a license then send me $100 and I will mail you one in 3 to 5 years.

James asks…

solar panel installation at home cost?

I want the least expensive price. Is buying a solar panel better and a electrician the best cost. I have a three bedroom house.
I have a stove connected outdoors.

ssadmin answers:

Shirley, realistically, there are all sorts of variables involved. Among them, in addition to the consideration of the types and quantities of appliances you'll want to be powered, you'll have to consider the type of solar panels you want, since there are all sorts of types of panels, varying in quality and the amount of solar energy they create.

So, for starters, here is a link to section of a handyman site that is devoted to solar power information and it also includes other information on other alternative energies–I know generally there are all sorts of government grants and rebates, etc:

Your best bet is also to seek the advice of local electrical contractors, since they usually install them. Free estimates from local electrical contractors (who hook up solar panels, etc.) are the key to your success in this home improvement project of yours. Here's a great link to a handyman site that offers free very resourceful information to assist you in your project, and, ultimately, selecting a local electrical contractor in an effort to get the best deal for you:


I'm sure you'll find the information you need, specifically the tips, useful as it relates to being treated fairly by contractors and exploring the consumer-wise approach of getting free written estimates to find the best contractor in your area.

Hope this helps!

The Internet. Just whatever is available online and what I have on my mind, including the inclusion of relevant sites, like the one cited above that came about from my efforts, which is intended to be useful. Helping people get the relevant info they want is great.

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