For more than 25 years, Mendocino Solar Service has helped homeowners make the switch to clean, green, financially rewarding solar energy. We serve Mendocino County exclusively. Our team has installed more than 400 solar energy systems countywide, including installations on the Mendocino Coast, Anderson Valley, the South Coast and the Inland Valley. Mendocino Solar Service was also the first to gain approval to install a carefully designed, subtle and effective residential solar system in the historic town of Mendocino.
We're here to help guide you through the process of converting your home or business to solar energy. Experience the skill, care and attention your project deserves. To get started, schedule your complementary solar evaluation. Reach out to our team of local solar professionals at 707-937-1701 or fill out our Consultation Form
Home and business owners are encouraged to act now to take advantage of the 26% Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit for residential and commercial solar installations. Solar is good for the environment, and good for homeowners. Solar increases home values and increases energy independence. The federal tax credit is another significant reason that now is a great time to invest in clean, green and local solar energy. For more information --and links-- visit our Solar 101 page
Do you own, or are you planning on buying an electric car? Let solar energy be your fuel!
A grid-tied solar energy system will produce energy during the day, being “stored” on the grid for later use. You can charge your car in your garage at night using the energy from the day’s production. Mendocino Solar Service can size a system to provide the amount of “fuel” you need for the car, or it can be added to a larger system to offset your household usage. Read more here
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