About Our Partners
As the Nation’s leading Rooftop Solar Contractor*,
Titan Solar Power partners with like-minded Solar Sales Companies and Dealers to deliver world-class installations with industry-leading customer experience.
Titan handles all aspects of a solar module installation. We take pride in our work and know that it will stand the test of time. Solar is what we do and what we excel at. As a Titan partner, you can rest assured we are just as committed to ensuring every one of your customers are elated with their decision to go solar.
* No. 1 Rooftop Solar Contractor, 2021, 2019 and 2018; No. 1 Residential Solar Contractor, 2021; Solar Power World’s Top Solar Contractors List
25 Year Warranty
North American Quality
The Titan Solar panel is manufactured by Silfab Solar and includes an industry leading 25-year product workmanship.
30 Year Performance Warranty
Leveraging over 35+ years of worldwide experience in the solar industry, Silfab is dedicated to superior manufacturing processes and innovations such as Bifacial and Back Contact technologies, to ensure our partners, such as Titan Solar have the latest in solar innovation.
Silfab is the leading automated solar module manufacturer in North America. Utilizing premium quality materials and strict quality control management to deliver the highest efficiency, premium quality PV modules.
How Solar Power Works
Juan walked me through the whole process and was very knowledgeable. My bill was almost cut in half and the value added to my home was mind blowing.
Darryl was very patience with me. We ran into a few hiccups missing each others calls but after I was locked in 4 weeks later I was well taken care of. Great experience.
I was glad they took covid into consideration and I was able to close the deal over the phone. I was skeptical at first but after all the documents came and I spoke with my agent more about the process it was a smooth ride. I would recommend 10 times over!
The Possibilities Are Endless
How much can I expect to save by going solar?
We will first need a copy of your power bill to get your average power usage and bill amount. We will then create a custom solar system that supports your usage and from there you will see your monthly savings.
What is the process for going solar?
First, you will speak with Solar 7 Energy to customize the right plan for your home. After your sale is finalized, Solar 7 Energy will contact Titan Solar Power with your paperwork. Once this process has been completed, Titan will reach out to you to install the system, connect it to the grid, and start your solar savings!
How long will my installation take?
Installation timelines depend on the size of the system. Normally, an installation takes less than one day. A very large system can take up to two days.
What if I move?
Purchased systems can be relocated to your new home or you can include the system into your home value. If you used a leasing company, you can pay off the system or you can transfer it to the new homeowner. If you elect to pay off the system, you can include this price in your listing price. Contact Titan if you have any questions.
Can I store excess energy?
Yes, however, where the energy is stored is dependent upon whether you choose to install a solar storage battery with your system. If your installation does include a storage battery, your excess energy will be sent there. If your system does not include a battery, excess energy produced will be sent to the utility grid until sundown.
Will solar panels affect the value of my home?
Recent reports show that solar panels can immediately add value to your home.
Can I add more panels later?
As long as your roof has the room for additional panels. Contact Titan and we can assist you!
Who takes care of the panel maintenance?
Routine maintenance is the responsibility of the homeowner.
What happens if the power goes out or there is bad weather?
If the power goes out in your area, systems tied to the grid go out also. It is not safe to send power out to the grid where workers are attempting to fix a power outage problem. Weather conditions like rain and snow can affect system production, however, solar panels will continue to produce energy on a cloudy or foggy day.