Solar Purchase

Buy your system outright and get immediate savings on your power bill.

Not to mention potential tax credits and incentives, and an increase in your home’s value.*

A lifetime of savings

Get years of affordable power with a Solar Purchase. You won’t receive any monthly energy bills from us––just a smaller monthly bill from your current utility. We’ll still provide monitoring and a 10-year workmanship warranty, as well as the system’s solar panels carry a 25-year linear performance warranty, and inverters carry minimum 10-year manufacturers’ warranties.

Get a free estimate

The price of your Solar Purchase will vary depending on the size of your home, and how much electricity your household uses. The best way to estimate a price is to schedule a free consultation with one of our solar experts.

Service Areas

Solar Purchases are currently available in Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, South Carolina, Texas, and Utah.

Other Ways To Go Solar

Solar Loan

$0 upfront costs, low monthly payment

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Solar Purchase

Save up to 20% on your utility rate

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Solar Lease

Save up to 20% on your utility rate

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Invest in years of energy savings

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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.

* Lawrence Berkeley National Lab conducts research which concluded that homes with solar panels in California sold for more than those without.