Solar Blog

New Solar Installation + Testimonial

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

"ProQuality Contracting did an outstanding job putting up our solar system. A total of 3 weeks from contract signature to fully operational and saving energy. What I particulatly liked was now professional they were. At the close of every evening the crew would pack up and clean up and it as if they were never there. No mess left behind. The crew were all very polite and respectful of us and of our home. They were very thoroughafter everything was connect to be sure I understood how the system worked and how to monitor our system. We are particularly glad that we made it within the NEM 1.0. I would strongly encourage ProQuality Contracting for your Solar needs." 

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New Solar Installation - Bill & Marty in San Marcos

Friday, January 15, 2016

Happy New Year! Here is yet another happy couple in San Marcos watching their meter go backwards!! They needed a new roof that we got done just before the big rains hit, and then their solar installed, all in all, a great day and year! No more power bill for Bill and Marty!! Needless to say they are stoked!  

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Limited Time Savings on Solar - NEM 1.0 is Running Out

Friday, January 15, 2016

As you may know, the NEM 1.0 program that saves solar customers on an ongoing basis is running out for SDG&E. Their cap for the program is expected to be reached around April 1st which means you have roughly 2 months to get solar on your home and be approved for NEM 1.0 in order to get the best financial benefits available to you at this time as an SDG&E customer.  

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Solar Financial Incentives are Changing Soon

Monday, November 30, 2015

As you may know, there are great financial incentives to going solar. Not only will the system itself save you money, but current programs and tax credits can save you even more. What’s the catch? These incentives are changing soon—now is your chance to get the most savings out of your solar system.  

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New Solar Installation - Brodie Residence in San Marcos

Thursday, September 17, 2015

ProQuality Contracting just completed another 7.15 KW Solar install in San Marcos at the Broide residence. This system will supply all of the power needed for their home! As you can see, they are really excited! 

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ProQuality Contracting's Trip to SolarWorld

Saturday, August 29, 2015

We just returned from a week in Portland Oregon at the Solar World Installer Summit, helping celebrate 40 years of business. Wow! We were again completely overwhelmed with the tour of the factory, and the incredible commitment they have to their quality process of manufacturing.  

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Solar Power International 2014 - Las Vegas

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Last week was the Solar Power International Convention in Las Vegas Nevada. I had the opportunity to attend the convention, and wow! what an experience. There were over 17,000 people in attendance. I was able to attend a number of educational seminars on a variety of subject as well as get the latest and greatest information on several topics. The solar industry is projected to grow at an enormous pace the next couple of years, and we are really excited to be a part of this!!  

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New Solar System Installation - Carlsbad

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Here are some photos of a job recently completed in Carlsbad. This system completely eliminated their power bill!! We have additional power generation set aside to grow into as well.  

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New Solar System Installation - San Marcos

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Here are some pictures of our latest solar project we just completed in San Marcos. This is a 7kw system, with Solar World 275watt black modules. The inverters are SMA Sunny Boy 3000TL’s, which feature a cool stand by power option so you have some power if the grid goes down. In addition to installing the solar array’s, it was necessary to replace the roof tiles as there were too many that were broken to remove and replace. We are very excited about their system, which should generate enough power to reduce most of their bill which was running 250-300 a month.   

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