Going solar with SolarCorp can help you save by paying as little as $0 for the power you use each month. Lock these savings in for decades to come with our premium products, warrantied for 25 years. It’s never been easier to go solar, with many government grants, rebates, and financing incentives available to help make the transition to clean and affordable solar energy more accessible than ever!
SolarCorp is an early leader in the solar industry. We’ve got the experience, expertise, and products to make sure that your project is done right. Each SolarCorp location is 100% independently and locally owned and operated.
We only carry the best-of-the-best products from leading manufacturers, ensuring that your system will work for years to come. All of our solar panels come standard with a 25 year warranty.
It's fast and easy to go solar with SolarCorp! Once requested, we can usually have your initial system design and estimate ready within a couple of days. If you approve your system design SolarCorp can handle all of the paperwork for you. It usually takes 6-8 weeks for a solar system to be approved, but this can change depending on your jurisdiction. An approved solar system can be installed in as little as 1 day!
Incentives such as rebates, grants, or low-interest financing are available in many areas. Talk with your solar expert or call us at 1-888-765-3223 and we can help determine what incentives may be available to you.
All of our equipment is backed by manufacturers warranties. Most products offered by SolarCorp are available with a standard 25 year warranty. Ask your solar expert or call us at 1-888-765-3223 for more information about your specific products.
Additionally, most SolarCorp systems where an internet connection is available come with free 24/7 pro monitoring. Our service team will be automatically notified of any potential issues so that they can be solved proactively.
With most insurance providers, a home solar system can be insured as part of your overall home policy.
Solar panels work by converting energy from sunlight, and they do not need heat to produce electricity. In fact, solar panels work more efficiently at colder temperatures.