Inland Empire Installation Service Area

The Solar Pros has installed residential and commercial solar power systems throughout Southern California. We are located in Canyon Lake and give special consideration to our neighboring cities of Hemet, Lake Elsinore, Menifee, Murrieta, Perris, Sun City, Temecula, Wildomar, Winchester, Moreno Valley, Riverside and Corona. We have expanded our installation network to include Lancaster, Adelanto , Hesperia, Victorville, Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Desert Hot Springs, Cathedral City, FRESNO and Tulare County.

We have been installing sun powered energy systems throughout the Inland Empire for several years and look forward to providing the best customer care in the alternative energy industry.

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Lake Elsinore, California

The city of Lake Elsinore is located in western Riverside County, California. Established in 1888, it is a community centered around a natural freshwater lake about 3,000 acres in size.

The city has grown from a small resort town in the late 19th century and early 20th century with a semiarid climate, with hot, almost rainless summers and mild, wetter winters.

The climate in this area is dry-summer subtropical which is the perfect environment to convert sun energy to power your home.

From Country Club Heights, the Historic District and Riverview to Alberhill, Ballpark, the Peak, the Hills and every Lake Edge view the pros can help you maximize your return on investment.

Menifee, California

The city of Menifee is in southwestern Riverside County and part of the Los Angeles Combined Statistical Area. The city encompasses roughly 50 square miles in land. It is anticipated to reach 100,000 by 2020 and incorporates the communities of Sun City, Quail Valley, Paloma Valley and portions of Romoland.

Its Mediterranean climate allows residents to enjoy plenty of sunshine all year long, with an average of 263 sunshine days and only thirty-five days with measurable precipitation annually this is an exceptional area for producing electricity from sunlight.



Sun City, California

The name says it all. Though now a part of Menifee and having the same Medi-dry-tropical climate; which makes this outstanding conditions a majority of the months to assure you will be getting the most your solar assets.

Perris, California

The Perris Valley was actively settled in the 1880s, a boom period for Southern California. Prior to 1880, the land was used for pastures. The coming of the California Southern Railroad led to the founding of the city around the new depot.

In the summer, highs average in the mid to high 90’s, and during the winter, the lows can get as cold as 25, with averages in the mid to upper 30’s. Due to clear sunny days even when it is cold this area has enormous potential for the inhabitants to capitalize on the abundance of the sun’s energy.



Wildomar, California

The City of Wildomar is one of the latest additions to the Inland Empire. Like its neighboring cities it boasts an environment rich for prospecting beams of energy that are ready to use to power your home or business.

Murrieta, California

Murrieta is a city in southwestern Riv. Co., Ca. The population has recently had rapid growth making it one of the fastest growing cities in the state. The dry sub-tropic climate in this area creates the optimal settings for the photovoltaic cells on your solar panels to produce large amounts of current-cy.



Temecula, California

Temecula is a city in southwestern Riv Co, CA, and is bordered by Murrieta to the north and the Pechanga Indian Reservation and San Diego County on the south side. The city forms the southwestern cornerstone of the Inland Empire region.

The city is a prominent tourist destination, with Wine Country, Old Town, the Polo Club, the Balloon & Wine Festival, the Film Festival, championship golf courses, and resort accommodations attracting a significant amount of tourists which appreciably contributes to the city’s economic profile. All this fun in the sun can convert to cash in the bank while you play. Once installed your inverters will be pushing power to your house or office all throughout the day.

Winchester, California

In 1886 Winchester was founded in Pleasant Valley back when it was still in San Diego County. The town was named after Amy Winchester, the widow of Horace. The same conditions that make it an exceptional eco system for agriculture are the same conditions that make it ripe for harvesting the sun’s rays.



Hemet, California

The City of Hemet is in the San Jacinto Valley in Riv Co, CA. It covers about half of the valley, which it shares with the neighboring city of San Jacinto. Hemet has been named a “Tree City USA” for twenty years by the Arbor Day Foundation for its dedication to the local forest and it boast a largely agricultural environment. Conditions like these are choice for turning daylight into dollars with a photovoltaic cell system.

Moreno Valley, California

Moreno Valley is a city located in the heart of Riverside County, Calif. and is part of the San Bernardino-Riverside Metropolitan Area. A young city and the second-largest city in Riverside County by population, and one of the Inland Empire’s population centers.Now mostly suburban housing and formerly host to the Riverside Raceway and March Air Force Base when it used to be known as Sunnymead.

The city has a mild semi-arid climate with Mediterranean characteristics. The summer temperatures average in the low to mid nineties with several days reaching well above one hundred degrees. Making this area extraordinary for the photovoltaic process to transform sun power to electricity.


Riverside, California

The city is in Riverside Cty, California, positioned in the Inland Empire metropolitan area. Riverside is the seat of the county and named for its location beside the Santa Ana River. It is the most populous city in the Inland Empire as well as the county.

Experiencing a semi-arid with hot, dry summers and mild, relatively wet winters. Temperatures in the summer generally average in the nineties but often exceed one-hundred degrees with low humidity. These facts make it excellent for the collecting of the sunlight’s energy and converting it to alternative power in your outlet.

Corona, California

Corona is a city located in the County of Riverside, California and is comprised of several communities including Dos Lagos, Coronita,Temescal Valley, Home Gardens, El Cerrito and Eagle Glen.

Corona experiences a warm Mediterranean climate and has mild winters and hot summers, which are prime conditions for processing sun power into alternative electric energy.

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