Vivint Solar is committed to providing a lower-cost, environmentally conscious alternative to traditional energy. The company enables customers to access the advantages of solar energy with little to no upfront costs with long-term contracts that generate recurring, predictable payments. Vivint Solar aims to provide best-in-class customer service and use technology that empowers customers to take charge of their energy future.
Vivint Solar provides a free consultation with a solar advisor to help you determine how to optimize your system. Pricing isn’t available online, but customers have several options for purchasing and financing.
- Long warranty on panels
- Batteries for energy storage
- In-house installers
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The customer service reps were great and very informative. They helped me get my answers and what I needed. They were easy-going, very informative, and what they promised was what was given. I'm very satisfied with my decision to go solar.Read full review
Everything is great with Vivint Solar. ... [The representative] talked in detail and explained to me everything, and I understood. He was very precise and understanding, and a nice person to deal with that was why I decided to go with him.Read full review
What is Vivint Solar?
Vivint Solar sells and installs full-service residential solar energy systems, including inverters and solar panels. Each system is customized to fit your home at no extra charge. Its low-profile solar panels withstand harsh weather while looking sleek on your roof. The solar panels come with a 25-year warranty, and Vivint monitors the system to make sure it is performing optimally.
Vivint also sells and installs batteries for solar energy storage and 240-volt EV chargers for your home. The Vivint Solar Home Energy app tracks your daily energy production and consumption. Customers who want to bundle their solar energy system and smart home automation can look to Vivint to provide both. The company gives you access to an online solar account that provides real-time information about usage and production to monitor your solar energy system and calculate your savings.
Vivint solar cost
Vivint Solar pricing varies from home to home. Factors that affect the cost of Vivint Solar panels include your solar plan, net metering, solar incentives, your location and, if you finance your system, your credit score. To learn Vivint Solar pricing, you can request a quote and get a free consultation from the company.
Vivint Solar offers several options for financing, including solar loans, power purchase agreements (PPA), and solar leases. If you purchase your solar energy system upfront, Vivint doesn't charge monthly costs. With a PPA, Vivint installs a solar energy system on your roof, and you pay it for the power it produces instead of paying your local utility. Some states offer rebates and tax incentives for going solar, and the federal government has a tax credit in place.
Vivint Solar installation
The Vivint Solar installation process is very straightforward:
- In-house technicians design a system specifically for your home.
- Vivint verifies that your home, roof and attic are suitable for installation and submits the necessary paperwork for permitting.
- On installation day, crews arrive to install the panels on your roof and the electrical components on other areas of the property. Installation typically takes four to eight hours.
- After installation, the city and/or utility company must inspect and approve your new system before you can operate it. Vivint facilitates this process and gets permission to turn it on.
Vivint Solar warranty
When you purchase or lease a solar energy system from Vivint, it includes:
- A 10-year warranty on all workmanship
- A 25-year linear performance warranty on all panels, which means Vivint replaces your panels if they produce less than the expected amount of energy (which does decline over the years).
- A 10-year manufacturer's warranty on the inverter
- On power purchase agreements, a 20-year warranty on energy costs to guarantee you pay Vivint a lower price than what the local utility charges for electricity
Vivint Solar FAQ
- Where is Vivint Solar available?
- Vivint Solar is available throughout the Southwest, Northeast, Florida, South Carolina, Illinois and Hawaii.
- How does Vivint Solar work?
- Vivint Solar installs photovoltaic panels on your roof and an inverter alongside your home that converts the solar energy into electricity you can use or store in a battery.
- What solar panels does Vivint use?
- In most cases, Vivint installs monocrystalline solar panels for optimum efficiency and a sleek look. It also offers lower-cost polycrystalline panels.
- How does Vivint Solar billing work?
- Vivint Solar bills customers with a solar lease, power purchase agreement (PPA) or solar loan.
- With a solar lease, you pay a fixed monthly amount based on your estimated solar energy production.
- If you have a PPA, you pay Vivint monthly for the power generated by the system installed on your roof.
- With a solar loan, you pay the loan company an installment on the price of the system.
With any Vivint Solar energy system, you receive a bill from your local utility company on top of any statements from Vivint. Your utility company uses net metering to determine if your solar system generates enough power to cover your needs. You will be billed if you use additional power, but you might also see a credit if the system produces more energy than your home uses.
- How does Vivint PPA work?
- With a Vivint power purchase agreement (PPA), the company installs a solar energy system on your roof. You then pay Vivint for the power it produces, typically at a lower rate than what your utility company charges for electricity. You do not own the system, and Vivint handles all maintenance, repair and monitoring. Vivint PPAs are not available in some areas.
- What is the Vivint Solar app?
- The Vivint Solar app allows customers to access their accounts via an iPhone or Android device. The app features billing information, details usage for your home and energy production and shows performance data for your system.
- Does Vivint Solar put a lien on your home?
- No, Vivint Solar does not put a lien on your home. When you finance a solar energy system, the lender might make UCC-1 filing to protect its interests in case you default on the loan.
Is Vivint Solar worth it?
Yes, Vivint Solar is worth it. Though it has only been in the solar industry for a relatively short time, Vivint Solar has expanded its offerings to many areas. Vivint customizes solar energy systems to optimize performance for your home and offers several options for purchase or financing. Vivint usually installs systems in one day, which means your home does not become an ongoing work site. All installations come with an 86-point quality inspection.
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We had been considering the process of going solar and we looked into it. The salesman from Vivint Solar happened to come to our house and they also installed a system at our son’s house. My son's experience made us decide on getting it plus, we wanted to help reduce the carbon output in the environment. Josh, the salesman, was great and very accommodating. We had a little bit of issue with the city and Edison, and he took care of everything. So, he was good. When we signed up, the Vivint employees also took care of everything. During the installation, the team called ahead of time. It was a positive experience as far as getting something installed, over other things we’ve had installed. This went well and they were very up-to-date with everything. They knew they had to get an okay from the inspector and the men from Vivint took care of all of that too.
Thank you for sharing your story, Karen! Our aim is to provide the best solar experience possible, and we're so happy to hear that yours went so well. Thanks for doing your part for our planet! We love having you in our solar community.
One of my neighbors told me about the savings with solar energy and I got interested. It was a combination of being a little more environmentally aware and really putting a dent in the electric bill. And now, I'm very satisfied that I went with it. I had a very good experience enrolling with Vivint and my electric bill has decreased, significantly. Should anyone ask about Vivint, I would tell them to make the call.
Thanks for your review, Mark! We're so happy to hear that you're saving money with solar. Our goal is to make solar an easy and enjoyable experience for you and we're delighted that you're part of our solar community. Thanks for doing your part to protect our earth.
The representatives at Vivint Solar were excellent. They were very professional and nice. In fact, I would like to refer more. The enrollment process was very easy and my experience was very good. I trust Vivint Solar and I'm very satisfied with my decision to go solar. It saves money for electricity.
Truc, your review brightened our day! Our goal is to provide you with the best solar service possible and we're delighted to hear that you had a good experience with us as you do your part to keep the earth clean.
Vivint was in the area and liked what I heard and that’s how we chose them. They were reaching out to brand-new homeowners in our area. It was a lot easier to get their representative in and talk to them one-on-one unlike with the central office. It was harder to reach back to them due to timezone issues, but the local rep was very responsive. If I ever reached out to Jacob, he would get back to me within hours.
We started the process in July of ‘18, installed by third week of October. At the point where we moved forward and agreed on everything we were gonna do, and the design they submitted was 18 panels, they committed to doing the work. The visiting team, the construction crew then moved like a clock. They came in the morning, they secured the whole area with cones and yellow tape around the whole property. And they have their work zones. I cleared out a little bit of space in the garage so they could install the panel, the electricity thing on the inside and the outside. They worked really well. Within half a day they were up on the roof and finished. They were unbelievable. There were four guys, prompt, complete and clean. I took a walk around and there were no nails on the ground. It was pristine.
Our bills from August of 2017 through October of 2018 were cut in half by the time we put the electricity in place. Now that I had a full year of charting that, that’s how I can tell that it’s cut about 50 to 55% of our electricity bill. Meanwhile, this year, it’s two kilowatts a day better. In other words, if March was a 16-kilowatt average a day in ’19, this ’20 March we just finished with 18 kilowatts. We’ve had better sun but obviously, we’ve had a lot of snow, we’ve had colder weather so the bill dropped like 75% of our electricity bill.
With a $21,000 unit installation and with $7,000 of that coming off with a federal credit, one of it was a $1,000 check directly from the state of Maryland. I paid $13,000 for the panel. The fact that I have a wife and daughter who like it a little bit cooler in the summer and a little bit warmer in the winter, so if I would tell if we keep it around at 68. My daughter lives upstairs, and we did not have a huge, super hot time. She will occasionally and rarely once a month come down and turn the heat down or turn it up. But if she’s ever doing that, she can quickly make the adjustment. Vivint Solar is literally a 50% deal.
Thanks for your review, Dan! We're so happy to hear that you had a good experience with us! You have enough decisions to worry about, and it's our goal to make going solar an easy choice. Thank you for choosing us for many more rotations around the sun!
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Going solar seems to be something that we should be doing for the nation because of fossil fuels. And the tax credit was a big incentive for us to go ahead and do that to help offset the cost of it. A Vivint Solar salesman came to our door. He was a really nice person and the pricing was better. We had checked with Sunrun and they were really proud of their product. So, we had been thinking about it for a while, and we just felt the Vivint sales rep really presented himself well and we figured we’d go with Vivint. The product and the layout was great. They called us. Somebody hadn’t gotten their final approvals with Xcel. And they installed us really early and that went really well. And then, everything just stalled out. There was a lack of communication between Xcel and Vivint.
Xcel said it was Vivint and Vivint said it was Xcel, that they had a problem uploading a form into the Xcel system that I kept calling on. Vivint people said, “We’re working on it. It’s in.” But it was not. We’ve called Xcel. So, the first line people were very annoying. I needed to talk to someone else because they were just telling me what they thought they knew, but they were not researching it. The second line that we got was really good but I could never get to him. Every time I called in, I got these people that didn’t read the account and the follow-up was really lost in translation.
We were finally installed at the end of September. This whole thing with Xcel and Vivint, and the portal not working, were irritating. Vivint Solar installed it the beginning of September, and then Xcel came out in December and put some meters in. But they never finished up the permission to operate. I kept calling and all of a sudden, Xcel came out again and put in another meter. And we got the permission to operate from Xcel, but it never got to Vivint. Somebody in the back door somewhere had to do something. It was the end of January when we finally were up and running. But we still have an error on our meter that says it’s a four. Supposedly, somebody from Vivint was gonna come out and look at it. And I haven’t heard from anybody again. We were very excited about getting solar and being more green, and Xcel wasn’t really excited about losing another customer that they're not gonna be able to bill $175 a month in the winter.
I seriously think that if something was gonna get screwed up on an account it was gonna be ours. But they've made it right so far. I’m a little frustrated that no one communicated with us on this error that keeps flashing on the production meter. Now, we did have to pay on it for two months without it even generating energy. Supposedly, they were gonna offset that because the deal was once it got set up and was generating power, we were supposed to start paying. But because of the craziness with Xcel, we went into payment before we were generating power. Supposedly, somebody was to go make that payment. So, we decided we’d just go ahead and do it because we didn’t wanna extend it out another two months on the repayment for the loan stuff. But it didn’t feel great.
Some of Vivint's customer service people were really good, kind and tried to figure things out. But others, you'd just hang up and call back. Overall, I’m satisfied with Vivint. If they’ll come out and give me an answer why this error code’s flashing on my meter, I would be much more satisfied. We’ve been in this system for the last two weeks. However, I would like an answer on that. The root cause of the issue was not Vivint from the information I’ve been able to get from Vivint and then the experiences with Xcel. A lot of the problem was Xcel because when the guy from Xcel showed up and ran the doorbell, before my husband and daughter could get to it, the guy went around our back yard. So, our dogs were at the back door, wanting to go out because there was a stranger in the yard and that scared him.
Also, Xcel people were like, “But we don’t send this, we don’t do that.” And Vivint was saying that they have to give it to them. There was a disconnect and I was caught in the middle. Vivint needs to figure out a better working relationship with Xcel and Xcel needs to inform their people. They had a conference call scheduled with Xcel and Xcel never made it. Then, our problem was elevated up to that level. It was two more weeks before they could talk to them about the portal issue. So, that wasn’t Vivint's fault. I was ready to call the state PUC and complain about Xcel. I’ll take a day off from work and I’ll raise hell and get an answer because I am done.
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The State of Massachusetts gives you a check and Mass Save gives you a check if you go solar. So, it doesn't matter what your tax status is. But the federal government, which gives you the biggest amount of money for going solar, gives you a tax credit and that is naturally only good if you trigger having to pay federal taxes. If you don't have to pay federal taxes because you're retired and you haven't enough things to claim between medical and mortgages, you don't trigger any taxes, so you can't use the credit. So, that's a real bummer and that's one thing I don't like. I would have bought my own panels because then I could've, by now, paid them all off and I'd be getting money from what the panels make.
But as far as Vivint goes, it was a better solution for me to have them put the panels up. And they own them. Now I just have a fixed rate for my power, and when you're retired, it's nice to know that it's pretty much fixed for budget purposes. My bill can go 2.5% percent a year, but they haven't really gone up that much at all. Recently, the state has allowed the solar companies to add more of solar power on the electric. It would go to about 80% to 90% of your total annual usage and they let you use more. So, Vivint came this last June and July, and they put up nine more panels on my house. I had the other ones on the garage, so they had more room to put more panels on the house.
The local part of Vivint was very good and the contractors did very good work. They were prompt as well and came when they said they were gonna come. The quality of the panels is 5-star, too. But I've had a little bit of a problem with their main office out in Utah. When you deal with them out there, you're dealing with people that seem to be Hispanic mostly and some of their accents are very hard to pick up. They talk a little quick as well and when they called, my wife transferred the phone to me. I was able to slow the person down a wee bit and get through the accent. But they were polite and professional.
Still, the Utah Main Office out there is slow and it took a long time for them to get things done. When they needed to add nine more panels on my house, I got that approval back in April of 2019. But the panels didn't go on until about July. It was probably because I had to fix my roof though. I had some shingles that were loose and I had to fix that, so that was not their problem. But then they came right up in July. They put the panels up and they were done. But I never was able to turn these panels on until December because of paperwork.
The paperwork delayed things between the main office of Vivint and whoever they were dealing with, which could be the state, local agencies, or National Grid. But whoever they were dealing with, they were working on a snail's pace and that shouldn't take that long because when I put up my the first panels in 2015, it was much faster. When I met with the guy in July of 2014, they came up and put the panels up in January, and I had the panels turned on in January. But now, it took forever for the paperwork and the things to get them turned on.
My daughter and son ran through the same thing because they all have Vivint. And they said it took six months after the panels were installed to get them turned on so they could use them. When I called and asked Vivint what was going on, I didn't get a return call or an email from them. So, when I didn't get any information back from Vivint in Utah, then I had to blame them because they were not communicating with me to tell me what the delay was for.
Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review, Richard. We are glad to hear that you have had a great experience going solar with us. Thank you!
I was outside one day and a Vivint Solar gentleman was going through the neighborhood. This is the second time they came through. They had come through two years before, did the whole thing, gave me the plans for the house, went through the house and I was all for it. And then, they wanted the plans for the house and I didn’t have them. I had no idea where they were. I couldn’t find them. They said, “Oh, that’s not a problem. We’ll send it through the county for you.” Then all of a sudden, they didn’t wanna pay for the plans for the house. And I just never heard from them again. That really made me mad.
When the salesman came by the second time two years later, I complained all that to him. First, I shooed him away, but the guy was so nice. He worked out and I was at the gym, and we had something in common. I invited him back. We sat down and talked, then I just told him why I shooed him away because I had a bad taste in my mouth from what they did before. They had everything set up, and then they just never contacted me again. They gave me the plans where the panels were gonna be. They gave me the drawings. I was just waiting for the date that they were gonna install everything, and I just never heard from them. They never even came by. And I thought that was very poor. But this time, the salesman came back twice and talked to me. If it weren’t for him, I probably wouldn’t have done it. Because the way he explained everything and broke everything down, that was what really sold me.
Apparently, they had a different management. Back then, they wouldn’t rent the panels. You had to buy them. Now, they let you rent the panels. I’m retired now and my wife is the only one working. If I was still working today, I would’ve probably ended up buying them. But right now, the finances in this household is different ever since I retired. So, there is no way I was putting out that kind of money to buy them. And they do things different now, so that was why I went ahead and did it this time around. They’ve been very nice. The installers were very nice people. They came out and showed me how to turn on the system. If I didn’t know how to turn the system, I’d call them and the gentleman will come out. It has been a pleasant experience. I turned it on some time late October and I only got one bill, so far. My gas and electric bill went from $358 a month down to $158 a month. It has been a pleasant experience all the way around.
Their customer service got a nice app. They showed me to put on my phone and it was cool. You got a read out of what you’re bringing in from the solar panels daily. I only had to call one time, when they kept calling my wife at work. She’s a nurse and she can’t be bothered at work. So, I had to call and say, “You send me all the emails. You call my home when you need something." But they only talk to me when they set all this stuff up. So far, we got that straightened out. Now, I’m authorized if they call to talk.
I was very suspicious with how this was gonna work out, how much savings we were gonna get because you’re not buying the panels. But if anybody has any second thoughts about it, I would go ahead and do it. I can show them proof of my gas and electric bill, how much we’re saving. It’s definitely worth it. This house was built 1975 and I was worried about the extra weight on the roof. It wasn’t built for solar panels to go on there. But the guy had me lift up a solar panel and it was so light. They made me feel good about how light they were when they installed it.
They showed me everything and worked with me. They told me that, “Any time you wanna cancel the installation while we’re doing it, tell me. We’ll stop work right then and there.” They knew I was paranoid about it. But the guys that installed the panels were fantastic. They just walked me through the whole thing, which I thought was very nice on their part, because they were here doing my roof from early in the morning till dark. Other crews came over to help them finish and a guy even asked me, “Is it okay if we put the box here? Is it okay if we put this line here? Do you like the way this looks? We can do it this way if you like it looking better this way. We can run it this way if you like it. We can hide it behind here if you like.” Other people just wanna do it the easiest way. But he cared how it looked, if I was pleased with it. The customer service and the installers were outstanding.
Thanks for your review, Charles! It sounds like your initial experience with us was a positive experience but you may still have some questions. Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your address and any potential questions or concerns you may have. Thank you.
Vivint Solar's guy came to my door and he was very trustworthy and believable. I'm quick to close the door on people, especially if they come and I don't know about it, but there was something about him that made me take a strategic pause and listen to him. And the straw that broke the camel's back was the timeframes that you could use solar energy between four and nine. I work full-time and the only time I can do anything is when I get home, which is 4 or 5 o'clock and that is when they're on their peak hour. If I'm gonna do laundry, I wanna do laundry at that time and not have to worry about a jacked up electric bill. So I was getting kind of tired about SDG&E and I was always tier four or higher. Vivint's system has brought us down to tier one prices, so from my perspective, I can't complain.
After I reviewed the program, they went ahead and did a credit check to make sure that I was credit worthy, then they went back and proceeded with the rest of the steps. It was a lengthy and wasn't a quick turnaround process, by any way, shape, or form. I had to go through somebody coming out looking at my roof and determining the plan, the schematic of the panels, and how many panels we needed. And based on energy consumption, I needed more than the average because I use heat compressors for a business that I do, so that could consume a lot of electricity.
So, they went ahead and showed me what it would look like on the roof from a satellite picture. From there, I had to wait for the permit from the city, then they came out and installed the panels. They did everything in a day. They had the box set up outside and it was a matter of flipping a switch and we were on solar. Once I got the approval from the city and from SDG&E that I could come off the grid, I was able to enjoy my solar power. The whole process took about three to four months to complete.
I've seen the reviews after-the-fact, and I don't always go with them a lot of times because it could be a geographical issue that creates a negative review on a company. So the service is only as good as the people that work in it in that area. And from my perspective, I had a lot of support. The only thing I didn't like was that even after I announced myself as the husband, they didn't wanna speak with me. They wanted to speak to my wife, Judith. But Judith and I both go in on anything. It just so happened that her credit check was used.
Other than that, I was told from people at work that Baker was a better place and I should've done Baker. They don't know Vivint, but I was pleased. Even though I hear now Vivint has an issue with something and that their profits for the quarter weren't as high. I saw that advertised a month or two ago even though they increased in their insulation. But from a consumer standpoint, they gave me an easy transition and a good product. Being a layman and not getting into the details with everything, my wife and I found that it was a pretty painless transition. Our experience has been great and the only thing that is sticky is how they bill and knowing when the bill's coming. Still, it's been really transparent.
Thanks for your review, Nick! Our goal is to make going solar easy and enjoyable and we're so happy to hear that you had a good experience with us. Thanks for doing your part! We hope you continue to enjoy the benefits of clean energy for many years.
First off I would like to thank Anthony ** for selling me the Solar. He was very knowledgeable and consistent with contacting his customers. He took the time out of his way to help customers the process isn't fully finished yet however the solar panels did get installed in a timely manner during the COVID outbreak. Give that man Anthony ** a raise! Sold me panels from California to Arizona! So far I am extremely satisfied with his service. Hopefully, I do not have any issues with Vivint. So far I am happy. Hopefully, the rest of the process will go smoothly.
We're thrilled you had a good experience, Trent! Thanks for taking the time to share your feedback. We really appreciate hearing from you. Thanks for playing such an important role in our solar community.
Do not acquire a system from Vivint Solar. If you have a problem they do not compensate you for any issue. Our solar box malfunctioned outside and they did nothing to compensate an electric bill of 240.00 a month for two months. They tried to pass it off on the lender as it was the lenders problem. The lender has nothing to do with it. You installed a broken item that didnt work.
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After a house fire, our panels were turned off for a year. We called them back to turn them on. Later, we were issued a bill for electric during the time the panels were turned off. After 4 phone calls and admitting their error, they refuse to remove the account balance from the account. The company has the worst customer service. You are constantly put on hold and no one is ever available to assist you.
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Have Vivint Solar, though it is one that you don't purchase, lease purchase. Wish I did buy the set up and not have the charges per month. Know one other did buy and receive a check from the electric company monthly. Also realize now, solar does not work when the electric provider lose power and solar does not work. Just lost power the other day and still ran the generator.
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Vivint Solar was able to resolve this issue to my satisfaction.
I would strongly encourage anyone in the midwest to avoid getting solar with Vivint. When they installed my system in late fall of 2019 everything seemed to go well. Until I went to clean out my gutters in late spring. I noticed the damage they did to our shingles when installing the mounts. Multiple shingles were ripped and they even drilled holes in wrong spots. Instead of notifying me of their mistakes they just filled the holes with caulk and left the damage.
I contacted them on June 2nd and filed a damage complaint, they asked for photos of the damage and I sent them. They offered $200 initially, when I refused that they offered $300. I refused that since I didn't believe that it would cover a roofer to come out and do the repairs. Instead of sending someone out to determine the extent of the damage I had to find roofers to come out and provide an estimate. Their estimate was $1500 which is clearly higher than what they originally offered. When I submitted the estimates it took them 5 business days to review it and initially deemed the estimates were to high.
Eventually they decided to accept the $1500 estimate. In our contract, Vivint states that "We will fix or pay for any damage we may cause to your Property or belongings" further in the contract Vivint states: "We will be in default (i.e., breach) under this Agreement if we fail to perform any material obligation under this Agreement and we have not made diligent efforts to cure such default within a reasonable time after you give us written notice of such failure (“Lessor Default”)."
When I asked both the Damage claims department and the Customer care department what a reasonable amount of time to fix my roof is? Both departments said they can't provide an answer and that there isn't really a way to provide an answer for what a reasonable amount of time is. I understand that during this covid 19 pandemic, things are more challenging, but when you can't provide a definition for something that is in the contract I believe that is unacceptable. Throughout this process I have had to constantly contact them to gain updates about the process of the claim rather than them contacting me.
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