The Mannheimer's asphalt shingle roof in La Jolla, CA, ready for solar panel setupThe Mannheimer residence showcasing a new 9.6 kW solar system on their asphalt shingle roof in La Jolla, CA

Project: Mannhiemer Residence

The Mannheimer residence in La Jolla, CA, has embraced the power of solar energy with a 9.6 kW system installed on their asphalt shingle roof. This forward-thinking project generates 13,786 kWh annually, signifying a significant stride towards environmental sustainability and energy independence. Over a span of 25 years, this solar initiative is projected to accumulate savings of $179,537. The choice of a durable asphalt shingle roof complements the solar panels, ensuring long-term resilience and efficiency. This installation not only underscores the Mannheimer family’s commitment to reducing their carbon footprint but also highlights the financial benefits of investing in solar technology. Through this project, the Mannheimers are setting a stellar example of how residential solar installations can offer both economic and environmental rewards.

Total System Size

9.6 kW

Annual Output

13,786 kWh

25 Year Savings


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