Be connected with SunPower to get the most powerful solar panels available.
The SunPower A-Series, M-Series and X-Series panels achieve an industry-leading 22.8% efficiency, allowing you to generate more electricity in less space. SunPower offers a complete system: the panels, racking, and inverters are all covered by a single 25-year warranty that includes power output, product defects, and labor. It's the industry's best warranty.
The SunPower Equinox system with InvisiMount hardware also gives you a sleeker-looking system with fewer visible parts. You can also choose Signature Black panels for a beautiful-looking system with fewer visible lines.
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When you fill out this form, you'll be contacted for a quote from a SunPower dealer in your area. However, it's always a good idea to get multiple quotes to compare. Reach out to other local installers, but it's usually best to avoid the big national brands, especially those that push you hard to finance with a solar lease.
Here are 10 tips on how to find a good solar installer and some questions you can ask to help you choose the best company for you. Note: it's actually fine to get quotes from multiple SunPower dealers because each dealer is an independently-run operation.
SunPower is a California-based solar installer that used to manufacture solar panels. It spun off its manufacturing business in 2020 under the Maxeon brand. SunPower continues to operate as a company with a national network of authorized SunPower installers. It's the only company in America that is licensed to use Maxeon: you'll only find Maxeon technology in SunPower panels.
SunPower operates differently from most other big national installers. Those other companies may use some in-house installation crews, but in many cases they subcontract their jobs to local contractors. The quality of those subcontractors will vary in quality from excellent to terrible. The problem as a consumer is that you won't know who is actually doing the installation work, which is why the consumer experience can be so variable.
When you work with SunPower, it's an independent local SunPower dealer who will be doing the installation work. As a consumer, the advantage over other national installers is that you can research the dealer by name: you can look up their state's contractor license, read reviews, and search for BBB complaints.
SunPower also has its own rating system for its dealers. The highest quality companies are Master Dealers, followed by Elite Dealers and Authorized Dealers. There's only a few dozen Master Dealers, and several of them were in The Solar Nerd network of companies that I would refer.
This system helps to improve the quality of the SunPower installer network, but these are still independent businesses, so be sure to do your research and compare quotes.
The best home solar system is the one that satisfies your needs. That might mean the lowest price if you're a cost-conscious shopper, or the highest efficiency panels if you have limited roof space. Or maybe having a worry-free ownership experience is important, in which case you'll want to pay close attention to the warranty. I've also had past clients who emphasized the importance of working with a local company.
SunPower panels are tops for efficiency and have the best warranty in the industry. On the flip side, you'll typically (but not always!) pay more. Whether you decide it's worth the potentially higher cost is a personal decision you'll have to make.
I started this site because I really like helping homeowners to go solar. If you're struggling to understand whether going solar is right for you, trying to decide between quotes you've received, or have questions about solar that I haven't answered, just reach out by email, Twitter, or Facebook. I'm always happy to chat.