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Old 06-29-2020, 2:16 PM
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Hello All,

I work part time as a sales consultant for Freedom Forever Solar. Below is a summary of our program and my offer to Cal guns members. We are a California based company with a heavy footprint in Arizona, Nevada and Texas.

PM me or call/text 951-472-3668

Email: Adam.s@completesolarpros.com

1. We design and build systems based on your usage. If you have LADWP, SDGE, Anaheim Public Works, Edison or PG&E, we can usually cut your electricity costs in half or more.

2. We use state of the art equipment backed by a 25 year production warranty.

3. All of our technicians and installers are Freedom employees. We do not use sub-contractors.

4. Installation happens in about 4-5 weeks from sign-up.

5. Roof and main panel work can be rolled into the financing.

6. 7 - 25 yr financing options available. No liens put on the house! Cash prices available as well.

7. This is a purchase program, not a lease or HERO program. You own the system. We can do leases but it is not our focus.

Reasons to go solar now:

1. $1000 cash back on installation.

2. The Federal Renewable Energy Credit decreases from 26% to 22% next year.

3. Shield yourself from imminent rate hikes.

4. Save money !

Apples to apples, I will meet or beat any other offer!

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How much for Venus?

I think he means photovoltaic. But nobody knows what that means. Some people say solar panel system but thatís incorrect as well, the ďpanelsĒ are actually modules.

If not, I want Pluto.
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Hello All,

I work part time as a sales consultant for Freedom Forever Solar. Below is a summary of our program and my offer to Cal guns members. PM me for more information.

1. We design and build systems based on your usage. If you have LADWP, Edison or PG&E, we can usually cut your electricity costs in half or more.

2. We use state of the art equipment backed by a 25 year warranty.

3. All of our technicians and installers are Freedom employees. We do not use sub-contractors.

4. Installation happens in about 4-5 weeks from sign-up.

5. Roof and main panel work can be rolled into the financing.

6. 7 - 25 yr financing options available. Cash prices available as well.

Reasons to go solar now:

1. $1000 cash back on installation.

2. The Federal Renewable Energy Credit decreases from 26% to 22% next year.

3. Shield yourself from imminent rate hikes.

4. Save money !

I will meet or beat any other offer!

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I have had 3 quotes from Solar Companies seems the break even point is 10 years is that still true?

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I have had 3 quotes from Solar Companies seems the break even point is 10 years is that still true?
For folks who write off their property tax and don't plan on moving in the next 15 years, look into the P.A.C.E. program if you want to go solar. The interest portion of the P.A.C.E. loan for the solar system may be deductible as home mortgage interest

The total system cost with and without interest is night and day. Next time you get a quote, ask for them for a cash price quote as well and you'll see for yourself.
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I have had 3 quotes from Solar Companies seems the break even point is 10 years is that still true?
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It all has to do with what your rate and usage is and which tier you fall into.


SCE switches met metering customers to time of use billing... so basically the brighter the sun is, the less they pay you for electricity. Still, itís generally a great value especially for anyone with bigger bills. Iíd be kissing $1k/mo without PV in the summer with how much I use now.
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Also, without a doubt, paying cash/self financing is the best value. Next best is contractor lease or finance, the worst options are the HERO and the “it’s their equipment on your house and you buy electricity from them” plan. Both those plans are horrible in their own way.
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Wrong forum.
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Wrong forum.
You have a job already

I think I read the rules correctly. This forum is for more than just jobs.


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It all has to do with what your rate and usage is and which tier you fall into.


SCE switches met metering customers to time of use billing... so basically the brighter the sun is, the less they pay you for electricity. Still, itís generally a great value especially for anyone with bigger bills. Iíd be kissing $1k/mo without PV in the summer with how much I use now.

This is correct. With SCE rates going up, itís likely less than 10 years. 7-8 perhaps.


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This is correct. With SCE rates going up, itís likely less than 10 years. 7-8 perhaps.


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Not to step on OPís thread, and we have completely different territories, My company installs solar. I installed mine for materials and some hourly wages for the work that required 2 men and my turnaround is at about 3 years.


But yes, itís closer to 7 years for cash price, 8-9 for PV company financing and 11-12 for the HERO or their stuff on your roof ďdealĒ.


Those estimates include being able to run the AC a whole lot more.
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Is PPA the way to go?

Not my preference. Cash or finance are best. But we can quote you both.


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Not my preference. Cash or finance are best. But we can quote you both.


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A free solar quote?


Are you trying to 8ndicate other companies charge for a solar quote?
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A free solar quote?


Are you trying to 8ndicate other companies charge for a solar quote?

There is a fair amount of work involved in make it a quote. On top of the load calcs, and production calcs, thereís also structural calcs.

Some AHJs will let you get away with just slapping up some modules and an inverter but for me to design a safe and efficient system, it cost me almost $1k.


If you donít get charged for that, then the people who do buy are paying for the 3 people who didnít buy.


Iím smaller, I do a good job of qualifying my customers with a price range before I make the investment in an actual quote and I install about 100% of what I quote.
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