Frequently Asked Questions

FAQs

Maintenance

Because there are no moving parts, solar panels don’t require routine maintenance. In the rare case that a panel becomes defective, most manufacturer’s will replace the panel under their warranty.
Roof leaks are extremely rare; however, if there is a roof leak caused by your solar system, our workmanship warranty covers repairs for issues like this at no cost to you.
Most roofing companies are familiar with solar and will work with your installer to schedule the removal of your panels so roof work can begin. Once the new roof is installed, the solar company will again be called out to re-install your solar panels for a minimal fee.

Do solar panels need to be maintained?

Because there are no moving parts, solar panels don’t require routine maintenance. In the rare case that a panel becomes defective, most manufacturer's will replace the panel under their warranty.

Do solar panels need to be maintained?

Because there are no moving parts, solar panels don’t require routine maintenance. In the rare case that a panel becomes defective, most manufacturer's will replace the panel under their warranty.

Do solar panels need to be maintained?

Because there are no moving parts, solar panels don’t require routine maintenance. In the rare case that a panel becomes defective, most manufacturer's will replace the panel under their warranty.

Power

While it is possible to add batteries or additional panels later, it’s typically less expensive to have everything completed at the initial installation because it’s less labor intensive and you won’t need to worry about upgrading your inverter.
Because your system is tied to the electrical grid, it’s designed with an automatic kill switch to ensure no electricity can flow from your panels into the grid, making it safe for electrical workers to troubleshoot and repair utility equipment when the power goes out. If you add backup batteries, you’ll still be able to power essential appliances and lights in your home in the event of a power outage.
There are now apps available that allow you to monitor your system’s production! Ask your consultant for more details.

Power

While it is possible to add batteries or additional panels later, it’s typically less expensive to have everything completed at the initial installation because it’s less labor intensive and you won’t need to worry about upgrading your inverter.
Because your system is tied to the electrical grid, it’s designed with an automatic kill switch to ensure no electricity can flow from your panels into the grid, making it safe for electrical workers to troubleshoot and repair utility equipment when the power goes out. If you add backup batteries, you’ll still be able to power essential appliances and lights in your home in the event of a power outage.
There are now apps available that allow you to monitor your system’s production! Ask your consultant for more details.

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Other Solar Questions

Potential buyers would rather purchase a home that doesn’t have an electric bill and they’d be willing to pay more for it; that’s common sense. Real estate transaction data has shown that homes with solar typically sell faster and for a higher price than equivalent homes without solar.
If you sell your home before your solar loan is paid off or your PPA contract is over, your lender can help you transfer the balance of the agreement to the new homeowner. Another option is to add the value of the balance of your solar agreement to the asking price of your home and use the proceeds of the transaction to pay the system off.
Almost all insurance companies have solar panel coverage that can easily be added to your policy.
Many utility companies include minimum fees and surcharges on your bill that are not related to your energy consumption. In those areas, these fixed fees will still show up on your utility bill even if your panels produce 100% of the energy you use.

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Wonderful experience with this company! The owner is a very friendly guy who laid out the process of the install simply and with total transparency. I can honestly say that I felt totally safe with the intentions of this company. If you are thinking of getting solar, get it through ARC Energy! 🙂
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Meli
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Stephen has an amazing team. Didn’t try to sell me on all the bs, gave it to me straight. Answered all my questions and had everything installed within 24hrs. Would definitely recommend you go with arc energy.
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Adam Perez
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Arc energy knows their stuff… Because of them, I was able to negotiate a pretty incredible deal! My monthly bill was close to $900 and now it’s down to less the $230 per month fixed! Can’t get better than that!
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Michael Young
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If you’re interested in solar, Arc Energy is a great company. They are honest, able to tailer deals to meet your needs, and have the best installs in town. Can’t go wrong!
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