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The Solar Exchange specializes in residential solar, solar batteries, solar repairs and solar upgrades. Service areas extend across parts of Arizona.

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    The Solar Exchange service areas

    The Solar Exchange performs solar installation services in nine cities in the state of Arizona.

    • Concho
    • Heber
    • Mesa
    • Payson
    • Phoenix
    • Pinetop-Lakeside
    • Scottsdale
    • Show Low
    • Snowflake

    Average solar cost by service area

    Solar panel costs vary based on your location and other factors. The map below shows average overall prices in The Solar Exchange’s service areas to give you a general idea of what to expect. Your specific energy needs, panel efficiency and other variables could make your costs higher or lower than these averages.

    Note: Costs in this table are average costs for the state and do not represent specific company pricing. "Average cost after ITC” reflects the cost after receiving the full 30% solar investment tax credit (ITC). “Estimated net savings” is the average amount residents in that state will save on electricity over 25 years, including their cost of installing a solar energy system.

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    Does The Solar Exchange offer a warranty?

    The Solar Exchange offers two-year workmanship and 25-year system warranties.

    What payment options does The Solar Exchange offer?

    You can pay for products and services from The Solar Exchange upfront or finance through a loan.

    When was The Solar Exchange founded?

    The Solar Exchange was founded in 1989.

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    The Solar Exchange Company Information

    Company Name:
    The Solar Exchange
    Year Founded:
    745 N. Main St., Ste. F
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    United States

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