Verengo solar | A Different Kind of Power Company A Different Kind of Power Company


How much does it cost and how much could I save?
Since each home is unique, a Solar Assessment is required to measure your roof and sun exposure to give you the most accurate estimate of costs and potential savings figures. At your FREE Solar Assessment, we will match you with the best system for your home and solar needs.
Is it a lease? Or is it a lease program?
We offer several options, with our most popular being the Power Purchase Agreement or PPA for short. While similar to a conventional lease, it doesn’t require a lien on your home.
What kinds of tax benefits are there for solar?
They differ per state, but one of the most exciting benefits is the Federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC), which has been monumental in supporting solar’s nationwide growth. Worth 30% of the system’s cost, the ITC can be claimed by the system’s owner. This credit is a dollar-for-dollar reduction in the amount of federal taxes owed.
What is the difference between a tax deduction and a tax credit?
Tax deductions reduce taxpayers’ taxable income, while tax credits reduce owed taxes.
Should I buy or lease my solar system?
While Verengo offers both options, the decision depends upon your personal preference. Tax benefits, credit score, and financial position are important factors in determining your best option. Your Solar Assessment Specialist will be able to explain the benefits of each.
I’d like to buy my system–is there financing available?
Yes. With solar expanding nationwide, financing options have become even more accessible. Here are three primary options homeowners can consider:
  • Secured loans
  • Unsecured loans
  • PACE financing
Your Solar Assessment specialist can help determine which option makes the most sense for your situation.
If I buy my solar system, what guarantees do I have that it will work?
Verengo partners with the top solar manufacturers with industry-leading warranties for your peace of mind. On each Verengo installation, you’ll be covered with:
  • 10-year Verengo labor warranty
  • Minimum 20-year Solar Panel Manufacturer warranty
  • 10 to 25-year Inverter Manufacturer warranty
Do I get paid for my extra energy production?
Extra solar produced by your system is measured before being sent into the grid, where it will offset your future electricity use and costs.
I have bad credit–can I still go solar?
Yes. PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy) financing is a great way for California residents to go solar–even those with less than perfect credit. In partnership with your local government, PACE administrators offer long-term financing for energy efficiency home improvements that you repay through your property taxes. PACE financing is not based on your credit score, and all interest paid is tax deductible.
What type of panels does Verengo offer?
Depending on your location, we offer panels from leading solar manufacturers Hyundai, Q cells, and Trina Solar.
I didn’t qualify for any program before, why would it be different now?
With residential solar becoming more common, purchase options and qualification requirements have expanded to include a larger range of homeowners.
How many installations has Verengo done?
To date, Verengo Solar has installed more than 16,000 solar systems.
What if I sell my house or I’m planning to sell my house or move?
Reports show that solar often increases home values and transferring to a new owner is simple–typically a one-page form. Based on your purchase option, your Solar Assessment specialist can provide more information on the transfer process when selling a home with solar.
How does solar work?
Solar panel photovoltaic cells convert sunlight into electricity, which is then inverted to alternating current to power your home.
How long will it take to make the switch to solar?
The entire process takes an average of 90 days, while the actual installation typically takes just one day.
What will my Verengo system look like once installed?
Your Solar Assessment specialist will have photos of completed installations for reference. Considering system style, size and placement–Verengo will work with you to design the most attractive system possible for your home.
Can my HOA or neighbors prevent me from going solar?
While most states have laws providing protection against restricting solar, there are rarely any issues with HOA or neighborhood organizations interfering with installation. For added insurance, Verengo Solar Advocates will guide you through the approval processes.
How long has Verengo been in business?
We have been in business since 2002, and began installing solar panels in 2008.
Where is Verengo located?
While Verengo has field offices throughout Southern California, our headquarters are located in Torrance, CA.