San Diego Solar Power
Award-winning Baker Electric Home Energy is San Diego’s largest, privately-owned solar and home battery company. We install the industry’s highest quality and most technologically advanced solar panel and home battery systems. We’ve been recognized time and again by esteemed industry organizations. In 2016, we were awarded the highly-valued BBB Torch Award for marketplace ethics. We’re proud to have won Angie’s List Super Service award 4 years in a row. And we have 138 five-star reviews on Yelp and have had an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau for many years. The Baker family first started doing electrical contracting work in San Diego in 1938, something no other solar power company in San Diego can say. Four-generations of Bakers and 80 years later, Baker Electric Home Energy has over 13,000 solar power installations throughout San Diego, Orange County and Riverside.
Awarded the highly-valued BBB Torch Award.
While other solar companies cut corners to cut costs, Baker is committed to maintaining quality while offering competitive pricing. To us, “Good Enough” is never the right answer. From inverter, to solar panel, to installation, Baker’s primary goal today - as always - is excellence.
Baker Electric Home Energy is a Solar Home Battery Installer.
Solar Power Companies
As with most industries, solar is always evolving. As a consumer, it’s critical that you understand the solar market before making such an important investment in your future. Solar has changed in the last few years. What you may have learned before might no longer align with today’s conditions. Although solar technology itself has changed very little, the quality of the installation now varies dramatically from contractor to contractor. Go with the wrong contractor and it could be the difference between a worry-free solar panel system, or years of headaches and an out-of-business company.
What you, the consumer, needs to be aware of is the barrier-to-entry into the solar business has become low. This means nearly anyone willing to climb a ladder can start a solar company. There are virtually no checks and balances in place to ensure they are qualified to deliver what they promise. Installation costs, such as skilled labor and quality components, are where contractors cut corners first. Unfortunately any consumer not willing to do their research has little chance of making sense out of the 700+ solar companies in Southern California
Protect yourself. Read online ratings and reviews. Look at BBB standings. Ask friends and family. Look for awards from reputable organizations. See who they have partnered with and who is endorsing them. How many years have they been in business? Do they have thousands of installations under their belt? These are all question you need to be asking. Never base your decision on how well you connected with your salesperson, they are not who will be showing up to do the installation. And most of all, never select a solar contractor simply because they had the lowest price.