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Trump Solar Investment Tax Credit

The Solar Investment Tax Credit Will Be Gone Soon

Given that many of the big state incentives have come to the end of their lifespans (the California Solar Initiative is no longer taking new applications), the investment tax credit (ITC) may be the last big solar subsidy for most California homeowners. If you have been considering a solar system, now is your chance to […]

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Oil pump shutting down in California

Solar Power: The Sun is Setting on Fossil Fuels

Residential solar power systems have never been as effective or as affordable as they are now, and it’s only going to get better. Despite the efforts of certain coal-clinging conservatives, South San Francisco (and the rest of California) is well on its way to completely relying on renewable energy. In fact, during 2017 California was […]

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Hard hat and construction equipment

The Truth About Roofing Warranties

How important is the warranty on your roof? I recently purchased new tires for one of our trucks, and one of the factors I considered was the warranty included with their purchase. Do I pay a few bucks more for the 100,000 mile warranty, or just stick with the 25,000 mile warranty? We like to […]

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Ancient solar eclipse view

No Apocalypse — It’s The Great American Eclipse

If you haven’t been paying attention, then Monday, August 21 might seem like the end of the world. Temperatures will suddenly drop by as much as 25 degrees and the sky will become abnormally dark for being mid-morning. Don’t worry; it’s not the apocalypse, it’s just the Great American Eclipse. It’s been nearly 100 years […]

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How Much Solar Power Do I Really Need?

There’s no doubt about it; solar power is the future of San Francisco. Despite anything our government leaders might decide, solar has already reached a point where it is not just the best environmental choice, it’s also the best economical choice. Currently, all the homes and businesses on solar power are still plugged into the […]

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