Solar Panels Done Your Way

When investing in an energy-independent lifestyle, picking the right solar panel type for your unique project is essential. Whether it's color, size, or efficiency, we put the control back in your hands, not the installers.

Meet Your Best-In-Class Solar Panel Lineup

We cut out the guess work for you. We believe picking the right solar panel product should be easy, not hard.

Jinko USA

Great Performance.
Affordable Price.

Jinko USA Solar Panels
With Half-cut cell technology and half cell layout. Jinko USA’s Eagle modules offer higher sustained output and higher efficiency without sacrificing space. Small individual cells resist microcracking and provide class leading durability, shading resistance and reduced internal power loss. making Jinko USA a great choice for space constrained or shade impacted arrays.
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High Performance.
Dressed to Impress.
NASA Approved.

Heliene Solar Panels
Utilizes PERC cell technology and has one of the strongest panel frames available. Heliene solar panels are ideal for weathering any climate condition, while also providing a sharp black-on-black appearance.
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Mission Solar

Manufactured, Assembled
Designed & Engineered

Mission Solar Panels
With automated and manual quality control points, along with in-house sampling and testing. Mission guarantees the highest quality and reliability in every module that leaves the factory.
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Best Performance.
Cutting-Edge Design.

Solaria Solar Panels
With an industry-leading efficiency rating and a striking, black-on-black small-footprint design, Solaria panels are ideal for anyone looking to maximize both energy output and cool factor.
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Benefits of Solar Panels

Offset your energy costs
Reduce C02 emissions
Energy independence
Increased property value
Government incentives
Sustainable energy source
Immediate savings
Low maintenance
25-year warranty
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With over 30 years of solar industry experience, Unbound Solar’s design team is ready to help you build your complete custom solar panel kit today. Request a quote to get started.

Considerations When Picking Your Solar Panels

Solar panels come in all shapes and sizes. When deciding on where and how you will be mounting your panels, take panel dimensions into consideration--especially with rooftop applications. For example, small panels with higher wattage allow you to get the most out of a rooftop with limited space, but come at a higher cost per watt.
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Cell Chemistry
Mono PERC technology has become the standard for most residential and commercial solar panel applications. "N-Type" chemistry brings a higher caliber of efficiency (about 2-4% more efficiency points). Solar panels with Mono PERC cell chemistry are suitable for most applications. However, solar panels with N-type chemistry are better if you're working with limited space and looking to maximize efficiency per square foot.
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Solar panels generally come in two color types; silver, black, or a mix of both. Color has no effect on performance, so choosing the right solar panel color is completely up to your personal tastes. All premium solar panels come in all black option only, while more cost-effective solutions come with an aluminum trim option, both panels come with a 25-year warranty and are built to last.
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Comparing the price of different solar panels typically comes down to looking at cost-per-watt. For example, let's say a particular 300-watt panel costs $250. This panel would have a cost of $1.20 per watt. Panels with a higher cost-per-watt are more expensive, but are usually more efficient, meaning you can get more power out of fewer total panels.To help decide which panels are right for you, first take a look at your available roof space and your monthly power usage. That way, you can start to compare the prices of different panels on a cost-per-watt.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Solar Panels

What Are the Best Solar Panels?

The best solar panel will really depend on your specific energy needs and aesthetic preferences.

Typically, you want to look for a reputable solar panel brand that has a standard 25-year warranty. [ Learn More ]

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Are Solar Panels Worth It?

Solar panels, when paired with the optimal inverter(s), provide a great long-term return on investment and help the environment.

Factors that impact solar panel value are: 1) system type, 2) component selection, and 3) financing or payment method. [ Learn More ]

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What is the ROI of Solar Panels?

ROI stands for return on investment. Like adding a new kitchen to your home, you increase the value of your property more than the original construction costs.

Solar is similar in that it brings immediate increased value to your property (4% increase on home market value). But solar panels also eliminate your energy bills — which over time exceed the original installation cost of the solar panel system and provide more long-term savings. [ Learn More ]

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What's better: Solar Leases or PPAs?

Solar leases and PPAs (Power Purchasing Agreements) are used interchangeably, but there’s a critical difference between the two.

Under a solar lease, you pay a monthly lease amount, calculated using the amount of electricity the panels are expected to produce over 20 to 25 years. With a power purchase agreement, you don’t rent the system, but instead, buy the system's power at a flat rate per kWh. [ Learn More ]

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Can I Get Free Solar Panels?

You may hear about companies that install free solar panels on your home. Yet, here’s the catch: you don’t own the system.

Instead, you sign a 20 to 25-year solar lease agreement or PPA, losing out on several thousands of dollars in financial incentives and end up paying double what you would to your local utility company (don’t do it!).[ Learn More ]

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How Many Solar Panels Do I Need for My Home?

Every system is different. It’s hard to answer this question without understanding your energy consumption.

However, a typical solar panel kit will have between 16-40 solar panels for an average household. [ Learn More ]

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