Years in business

> 12


Review score is above industry average of 3.96


NABCEP qualified installer



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Latest review

Solar with Sol-up over 1 month

Sol-up made our solar experience easy. They were always available to answer questions, always followed up with NVEnergy and had the system running in no time. A special shout out to Zack Helms for his follow through. Most appreciated. Thanks Zack

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Latest complaint

Dr JD Schmitz, over 1 month

We had Sol Up Solar Power company install 22 solar panels on our roof in Jan of 2017. They installed 3 more solar panels in October 2017 to meet our additional energy demand. We developed a bad roof leak during heavy rain into the bedroom of our home directly under the solar panels where the installers were walking to do the install. We notified our homeowners insurance company about our leak. The came to our home with a professional licensed roofer to investigate the cause of the leak. They determined the leak was not due to wind or storm damage but they told us their roofer did see numerous cracked roof tiles on our roof with some being located under the solar panels that were installed. We then notified Sol-Up of our leak. They sent a gentleman from their company to our home to inspect the leak. He got into our attic and said he could not detect where the leak was coming from but he did see some water leaking in. Sol UP then said they would send a roofing company to inspect our roof and do a leak test by taking a hose and running water on our roof and try to determine the cause of our leak. They sent a roofing company to our home called One Roofing who determined we needed broken and crushed roof tiles replaced and they gave Solup a quote to fix the leak. Sol UP then contacted another roofing company to come to our home to give another opinion called PRS roofing who was also supposed to do a leak test after Solup would remove 3 solar panels over the area where the roof had been leaking. Solup did remove the 3 solar panels and the company took pictures of what was under the roof and reported this information back to Phil Shaw at PRS roofing. Sol Up informed us that PRS roofing had told them and had signed off on a report that they had no liability in our roof leak. We asked to see that report multiple times because we wanted to understand how the solar panel installation had nothing to do with our leak since we had absolutely no issues with our roof before the install. They finally sent us a report several weeks after we had asked to see this. It was done by Phil Shaw with PRS roofing and it said the leak was caused by multiple broken and cracked roof tiles. We found nothing on the report that released Sol Up from liability in our cracked roof tiles. I called Phil and talked to him directly and he told me that Sol Up tried to pressure him to write the report releasing them from any liability in the leak and that he left the report purposely vague for that reason. He said the roof leak was due to broken and crushed roof tiles but he had no way of knowing who broke the tiles. All he could say for certain was that due to the cracked and crushed tiles the felt underlayment deteriorated over time due to sun and dirt and eventually rain leaked into the home. He said Sol Up kept saying to him how could we have caused this since we did the install of solar panels over these cracked tiles almost 2 years ago. (run out of room)

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Sol-Up prices

This installer does not publish their standard system prices on the net.

As such we have used average pricing from the installers service areas as a proxy for what this company would most likely charge for a solar system.

System size


Average cost per watt


Net cost of system

$11,794 - $14,414

Average payback time

Annual power production

12,992 kWh

Levelized cost of solar energy

Levelized cost per kWh is the cost of the solar system divided by the total number of kWh produced by a solar system over it’s lifetime.

4¢ kWh

If you don't get solar

20¢ kWh

Forecast average NV electric rates over the next 25 years

Installers description for their business

Established in 2009. Sol-Up’s commitment to quality is especially visible in our installations.

As Southern Nevada’s only NABCEP certified residential installer, Sol-Up combines years of experience in the field with the latest installation methods to provide customers the highest quality solar system installation. Sol-Up is proud to complete all design, application, permitting and installation processes in house.

Just sit back relax and allow Sol-Up to complete the entire process from A to Z. Sol-Up is the highest rated solar company in Las Vegas across multiple review sites. (Yelp, Google, SolarReviews, etc)

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4305 Dean Martin Drive #150, Las Vegas NV, 89103


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NEVADA - Las Vegas

4305 Dean Martin Drive #150, Las Vegas NV, 89103

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Accreditations and affiliations

Top 100 Solar Installers of 2020 Top 100 solar installers
Better Business Bureau Solar Energy Industries Association Solar Power World

Service Types

Residential solar - Grid tied

Small commercial solar - Grid tied

Residential solar - Hybrid solar systems

Energy monitoring

NABCEP certifications

NABCEP Certified Solar PV Installer
Zachary Helms

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