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A tech Construction Residential Solar

A tech Construction provides unsurpassed residential solar system layout, design and installation. Our expertise includes existing homes, single and multi-family new construction projects. A tech Construction has installed thousands of solar panels with the understanding each panel is meant to produce electricity for over 30 years.

The positive testimonials we continue to receive from both homeowner and homebuilders, validates the dedication we have to quality and professionalism on every installation. Our design team continually leverages our industrial and commercial expertise to ensure we bring the most cost effective solution to each and every residential system we install.

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Current Financial Incentives for Homeowners:

*The 30% federal tax credit is available for systems installed before the end of 2019. The uncapped credit is equal to 30% of total system cost, and it is applied against your income tax liability for the year in which the system was installed, or it can be claimed for the previous tax year or carried forward.

With the 30% federal tax, solar can be a sound investment. In addition, solar increases the value of your property and differentiates your home from others on the market.

Learn more about Solar Financing.

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Cost of Residential System*:

System size: 5.2kw (20 solar panels)
Cost before tax credit: -$18,720
30% federal tax credit: $ 5,616
Net cost: -$13,104

Avg. monthly bill credit: $230
Estimated benefit over 20 years: $54,000

*Example is for illustrative purposes only. Please contact us for a custom proposal.

A tech Construction offers affordable loan options for homeowners through PACE and Mosaic. Contact A tech Construction to discuss your project.

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Go Solar at Your Home in Five Steps:

  1. Contact Us to get a free preliminary estimate which will show five core pieces of info: Project Size (kW), System Output (kWh), Project Cost, Incentives Overview and Site Drawing. We will also review your financing options.
  2. If the preliminary estimate looks acceptable to you, we will schedule and complete a site visit to confirm our measurements.
  3. Once we have verified your site details, we will present a proposal with system output, warranties, incentives and firm contract price.
  4. Once you sign your contract and provide your first deposit for permitting and equipment, our in-house design team submits utility paperwork, obtains necessary permits and designs the most efficient solar PV system.
  5. Our project management team will reach out to you to schedule a time frame to install your solar system, coordinating all required inspections and commissioning.



Here are some tips to pre-qualify your house for solar:

How old is your roof?

If your roof is older than 10 years, check for signs that it is reaching its age limit (missing shingles, missing nails). If your roof looks like it needs replacement in a couple of years, you may want to re-roof before putting up panels.

What directions do your roofs face?

Ideally, solar is installed on a south facing roof for maximum output. Panels are still highly productive on east and/or west facing roofs. Roof angle is not critically important. Anywhere between 10 and 45 degrees will allow great production in California.

Are there trees nearby that shade your roof?

Trees located to the east, south or west of your home might create shade depending on distance from your home, tree height, time of year and time of day. A tech Construction representatives have the tools to tell you how much sun your roof will get and how much electricity your solar panels will generate.

Residential Financing Options:

  • Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE)
  • Mosaic Solar Loan
    • 10 Years 2.49%* rate
    • 25 Years 4.99%* rate

Get Solar for No money down!

Mosaic’s no money down home solar loan can help you to save. We do our best to structure the loan so the monthly payment is lower than your electrical bill from the time that the system is installed. Homeowners save $67,083 on average with Mosaic over the life of their solar system!


Frequently Asked Questions on PACE

From CCSE website.

What is property assessed clean energy financing? (PACE)

Property assessed clean energy, or PACE, financing allows property owners to fund energy efficiency, water efficiency and renewable energy projects with little or no up-front costs. With PACE, residential and commercial property owners living within a participating district can finance up to 100% of their project and pay it back over time as a voluntary property tax assessment through their existing property tax bill.

Why use PACE financing?

First, by offering up to 100% financing on qualifying improvements, PACE can eliminate the need to pay out of pocket for your project. Second, depending upon the type of improvements installed, repayment may be amortized for a period of up to 20 years, keeping your monthly payments low enough that your utility savings may exceed your payment, creating a net positive cash flow. Third, the interest may be tax deductible. Finally, because PACE ties the loan to the property and not an individual, the loan may transfer upon sale or refinancing of the property. In other words, you may not need to be concerned about recouping the cost of your improvements if you decide to sell the property before the loan is repaid.

Who can take advantage of PACE?

PACE financing is only available to property owners in certain cities or counties that have adopted a program. In general, PACE programs offer competitive financing terms to property owners with at least

some equity in their home or business and have not been delinquent on their property tax or mortgage payments. For further details concerning property eligibility (residential, commercial and municipal) and financing terms, contact the individual PACE provider in your area.

Which property types can access PACE?

PACE financing can be used for residential, commercial or municipal properties, depending on what has been authorized by the local jurisdiction. Publicly owned or non-profit property owners should contact the local commercial PACE provider in your area.

Which cities and counties have PACE programs?

Click on the map to see which cities and counties have authorized PACE. (County PACE programs are available only to unincorporated parts of the county.) Many jurisdictions are working to bring PACE to their area, so be sure to check back for updates.

What products and improvements can be financed with PACE?

Eligible products that can be financed with PACE may vary by individual PACE providers and administrators. In general, most products that can be permanently affixed to a property and reduce on-site electric, gas or water consumption will be considered eligible. Some examples include attic insulation; heating, ventilation and air conditioning replacements; solar photovoltaic and thermal systems; and low-flow toilets.

What is the history of PACE in California?

In California, the first commercial and residential PACE programs were established in 2008.

The residential programs soon encountered a significant hurdle. The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) was concerned that residential PACE assessments had a lien status superior to that of existing mortgages underwritten by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. This meant that, in the event of a default, any outstanding PACE assessments (though not the entire amount financed) would be paid off before other liens such as first deeds of trust.

In 2010, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac stated that they would no longer purchase mortgage loans secured by properties with outstanding PACE loans. This effectively stopped residential PACE programs, with the exception of a few pilot programs.

Since 2010, a number of developments have facilitated a resurgence of residential PACE programs in California – including the passage of state legislation (SB 555), the implementation of legal instruments to address FHFA concerns and disclose the consequence a PACE lien can have on an existing mortgage, and the establishment of a PACE loss reserve program. Many cities and counties now have PACE programs for all three sectors (residential, commercial and municipal).

Called many contractors for assistance in my solar install project. Aaron took the time to listen and acknowledge the scope of my project which is small in scale to most solar installs. Most of the other companies told me straight up that they are not willing to provide me service because of the small scale of the project and hung up. Aaron made a point to follow through in a very professional manner and provide me with the resources and assistance to fulfill my project. I would highly recommend Atech based on its customer service, knowledge and professionalism.

- Louis D. in Orange, CA

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