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Buying and Financing Sacramento Solar Panels

Sacramento Solar
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Sacramento Solar Power Cash Purchase

If you’re able to make all of your solar payments up front, a Sacramento solar power cash purchase is a great option for you. Sungevity will provide a complete 25-year production guarantee on your Sacramento solar power system. Your Sacramento system will pay for itself within five to ten years. Make the switch to solar power for your Sacramento home today!

Why Would You Finance a Sacramento Solar Panel Loan?

A Sacramento solar panel loan is a great way to own your solar panels without paying the full amount upfront. By financing your Sacramento solar panel system, you'll get:

Federal and state tax incentives.
24/7 monitoring.
A 25 year production guarantee.
More money in your pockets each month!

Benefits of a Sacramento Solar Power Lease

There are benefits to leasing your Sacramento solar power system. Similar to a solar panel loan, you don’t have to pay the upfront cost. Instead, you will pay a fixed monthly amount based on how much power your Sacramento solar panels generate.

Sacramento Solar Energy Savings


Sacramento Solar Power FAQs

Why a Sungevity Solar energy plan?

Having solar panels on your Sacramento property will not only save you money, you’ll feel good about making a contribution towards a better environment. Sungevity is proud to design the highest-quality solar power systems for Sacramento homes, and offer flexible financing plans.

What happens at the end of my Sacramento solar power plan?

Sungevity solar energy plans last 25 years. At the end of your lease agreement, you have the option to renew your lease, buy the system outright, or have the solar power system removed from your Sacramento home. If you already own the system, you can enjoy free energy production for the remainder of your system’s lifespan.

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