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“It’s been a phenomenal experience. In one day they managed to put the entire system on in about a three-hour time frame. My neighbors are switching over to Vivint Solar as a result of my good experience.”


Chaz B.


"We've had solar panels for about six months now, and they've really taken care of all our power needs. In fact, our bill has only been five or six dollars, which is about what they charge you just to send you a bill, so...we've been thrilled with it. It's been a good deal for us."


Ray S.


“I've been a Vivint customer for two years now, and I just wanted to say how happy I am with my system. I've saved up quite a lot of money, and I'm very happy. Couldn't recommend such a better company.”


Richard P.

New Mexico

Yes. Vivint Solar uses “on-grid” systems, meaning that they are still connected to the electrical grid. On-grid solar energy systems are necessary to transfer excess power into the grid, which can result in a credit to customers in some states. On-grid systems also keep you connected to the grid for additional power from the utility.


We conduct an on-site survey to determine if your home is compatible for solar. Here are some examples of what we evaluate to make sure that solar is a good fit:

  • Roof size, pitch and direction
  • Shading of the roof caused by tree branches, other homes, etc.
  • Roof obstructions such as chimneys, pipes, etc.
  • Roof stability and strength
  • Electrical wiring

Yes, but performance may be affected. Solar panels produce more energy when the sun is shining.

Getting permission to operate a system and start generating energy largely depends on your local city and utility company. We will be able to give you a better idea of your operating timeline after your system installation.

Solar power is energy that comes from the sun, while many other forms of energy come from fossil fuels (coal, petroleum, and natural gas). Both can be used to power your home, but they are generated differently. Energy from fossil fuels goes through multiple steps before reaching your home, including step-up transformers, transmission substations, and distribution substations. Solar power is collected by panels on your roof, then immediately converted into usable energy.

A home assessment or solar assessment is a type of audit we perform on your home to ensure that it’s a good fit for solar.

On the day of the solar assessment, one of our solar professionals will stop by your home to inspect and measure your roof, check out your attic, and gather photo documentation to evaluate your electrical system.

A home assessment typically takes about an hour to complete but can take up to three hours depending on things like the size of your home or the sales volume in your area.

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