We make going solar easy. Every step of the way.

Step 1: Consultation

We’ll take a look at your energy needs, and tell you how much you can save by going solar. We’ll also answer any of your questions. Simple, painless, and free.

Step 2: Design

We’ll stop by for a second visit to check out your roof, and gather information for our solar design team. Our team will create a custom system, designed to shrink your energy bill.

Step 3: Permitting

Your own personal Customer Success Manager will make sure that all of the permits and paperwork your city and local utility company require are taken care of. All you need to do is sit back, relax, and wait for installation day.

Step 4: Installation

We’ll stop by for a second visit to check out your roof, and gather information for our solar design team. Our team will create a custom system, designed to shrink your energy bill.

Step 5: Activation

Your local utility and municipality will need to give final permission for us to connect your panels to the grid and start generating clean energy. This is called Permission to Operate, or PTO. Once PTO is granted, your panels are ready to be turned on, and you can start saving.

Go solar and save up to 20%* on your energy rate

Call (877) 801-1678 now to get a free quote or fill out the form below.

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*On average, Vivint Solar customers across the United States save up to 20% with Vivint Solar’s PPAs and Leases relative to their current utility rates. Individual customer’s savings will vary by utility, system production, energy consumption habits, equipment type, weather, and other factors. Vivint Solar does not guarantee savings on a (i) customer’s energy costs, (ii) the existence of or pricing associated with a utility’s net metering program, (iii) the pricing of a utility’s residential rates, or (iv) the availability of any local, state, or federal incentives or tax credits.