San Diego Solar Roofing Contractors
Full-Service San Diego Solar Roofing Installations
As a San Diego solar roofing contractor who installs new products on your roof, we understand the importance of not compromising the integrity of your roof. For that reason, at California Premier Solar Construction, we carry a roofing license and replace all necessary roofing material underneath the section of roof where your solar panels are to be installed.
Our San Diego solar roof team can inspect and repair all aspects of your roof before beginning your solar installation project, including:
- Shingles and tiles
- Roof sheathing
- Fascia and soffits
Do not install a solar system without the help of a certified solar roofing technician!
Dial (760) 786-4292 today to schedule services for solar roofing in San Diego, CA.
Why Consult with a Roofer Before Going Solar?
When you choose to “go solar” with us, we strive to ensure that you have the best residential solar system for your needs and budget with an installation that does not compromise the quality or aesthetics of your home. Your roof needs to be cared for by both electrical AND roofing contractors, not one without the other. By scheduling an inspection with our San Diego roofing and solar team, we can identify and repair any issues with your roof that could potentially limit the life of your new solar system.
If you are receiving quotes from multiple solar contractors, make sure there is a roofer involved on some level. A quality installation is the best insurance you can buy for your home. Our experts do not recommend cutting corners on an installation that will be on your home for over 25 years.
At California Premier Solar Construction, we want your roof to last as long as your solar panels. Contact us today to schedule a free in-home estimate on San Diego solar roofing.
Good for Your Electrical Costs
Our clients notice a drastic reduction in their energy bills when they switch to solar. Many see a return on investments within a year. Systems typically provide 15-20% savings on their utility bill which can add up to $30,000 or more over the course of 20 years. There are significant savings available when your home depends more on your own electrical energy and less on your local utility.
Good for Your Home Value
Studies show that solar panels add value and help your home sell faster, often in half the time! Homes with an average system size of 3.1 kW sold for approximately $17,000 more than non-solar homes. Homeowners understand the importance of energy costs and are eager to purchase a home with existing lower energy bills. If you have a solar lease, transferring to the new homeowner is simple.
Good for the Environment
Traditional electricity is powered by fossil fuel and purchased from companies that burn coal, natural gas, or petroleum. A home that produces enough solar energy to cover all or most of their electrical needs will help offset their carbon footprint and become part of the solution to the problem. An average photovoltaic system greatly reduces carbon footprint and emissions equivalents.