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Momentum Solar: Products, Pricing and Reviews

Written by Faith Foushee/

Edited by Hannah Hilson

Last updated 08/30/2023

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Key Points

  • Momentum Solar specializes in installing solar energy systems for homes
  • You can get a 25-year equipment and quality-of-work warranty with Momentum Solar
  • Once you go solar, you can take advantage of Momentum’s solar battery and a monitoring app to track your generation

Ready to go solar? Call 877-307-7668 to be connected with a solar expert today!

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Service Area11 states
Years of experience13
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FAQs about Momentum Solar

  • Momentum Solar operates in 11 states – Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Texas.

  • Yes. Momentum Solar coordinates with your local municipality and utility company to file the appropriate permits for your solar project. 

  • Momentum Solar is one of the major solar installers in the U.S. If you’d like to learn more about your options or the advantages of going solar, contact the SaveOnEnergy team by calling the number on your screen. Alternatively, you can start small and test solar by buying a portable solar battery charger or generator.

  • Yes, Momentum Solar guides you throughout your solar journey. The company will apply for all the necessary solar permitting paperwork in your municipality to install solar panels, schedule a post-installation inspection, and help you file any paperwork to use government incentives. The company will also assist you in interconnecting your solar system with your electric utility.

  • No. Solar panels are expensive and cost thousands of dollars. Solar incentives and rebates exist to offset the cost, but any company or salesperson offering free solar panels is a scam. Do not provide any personal information, and thoroughly research solar companies before signing a contract. 

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