Our Vision is that we believe solar energy will help create a better world for all of us and future generations.

Our Mission is to be a leader in the solar industry with honesty and integrity.

Why AAA Solar?

Our company is built on old-fashioned values, the ones our parents and grandparents taught us, where client satisfaction means more than making a profit or increasing a company’s stock price. Our clients and representatives trust us because they know we always put their interests before ours.

Unlike many other solar companies, we don’t offer just one brand of solar panels. We shop the industry to find the right equipment to meet your needs. We market solar panels from the largest and most respected companies in the world, including U.S.- made panels. Brands we offer include Jinko Solar, Canadian Solar, Silfab Solar, LG, SolarWorld, Suniva and GigaWatt, just to name a few. Most are backed by a 25-year manufacturer’s warranty.
Why go solar?



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It's About More Than Just Saving Money...

Helping to create a better world for future generations is part of our vision.  Unlike traditional energy sources, solar power is a renewable resource that doesn’t emit harmful greenhouse gases, pollute groundwater, or deplete any natural resources.  Since climate change is a growing concern, solar power reduces our reliance on fossil fuels.  Burning fossil fuels releases extra carbon dioxide into the atmosphere; the resulting changes can affect sea levels, climate patterns, and ecosystems around the world.  Other gases produced from burning fossil fuels combine with chemicals in the atmosphere resulting in harmful side effects, such as acid rain and smog, that can damage the infrastructure, the environment, and the human body.  

What if You Sell Your Home?

Researchers found that buyers were willing to pay an additional $4 per watt for a home with solar power, compared to a similar home without one.1 Keep in mind that there is no guarantee that a solar system will increase the value of your home, as it depends on the purchaser and appraiser.

​1 “Appraising Solar Energy’s Value,” New York Times, Feb. 22, 2015