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Affordable Solar Cleaning Pros

15 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Solar Panel Cleaning For The Inland Empire

Affordable Solar Cleaning Pros

1924 Hardt St
Loma Linda California 92354


Business Description

We provide professional solar panel cleaning to ensure they are producing at peak capacity maximizing your investment in clean and renewable energy. If you have pigeons under your panels, we can help! We will clean under your panels, install critter guard to pigeon proof your panels, and make sure that the pigeons don't come back. With our guaranteed pigeon proofing service, our industry leading warranty, and free annual inspection, your pigeon probelms are solved! We also clean residential and commercial windows, storefronts, large solar panel arrays, solar carports, and solar canopies.

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Monday7 am–7 pm
Tuesday7 am–7 pm
Wednesday7 am–7 pm
Thursday7 am–7 pm
Friday7 am–7 pm
Saturday7 am–7 pm
Sunday7 am–7 pm

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About Loma Linda

Loma Linda (Spanish for "Beautiful Hill") is a city in San Bernardino County, California, United States, that was incorporated in 1970. The population was 24,791 at the 2020 census, up from 23,261 at the 2010 census.: 26  The central area of the city was originally known as Mound City, while its eastern half was originally the unincorporated community of Bryn Mawr. == History == The Tongva village of Wa’aachnga, or as the Spanish referred to it as the Rancheria Guachama, was located at what is now Loma Linda. The rancheria was later occupied by the Cahuilla and Serrano after it was established as a mission outpost for Mission San Gabriel in the early 1800s.In the late 1800s, Loma Linda began as a development of tourist halls called Mound City, as encouraged by railroad companies. Shops and cottages were built, but the project would later fail. During the late 1890s, a group of businessmen and physicians from Los Angeles bought the Mound City Hotel and reopened it as a convalescent home and health resort. They called it Loma Linda, meaning 'beautiful hill' in Spanish.In 1905 Seventh-day Adventists John Burden and Ellen G. White purchased the Loma Linda Hotel and property and reopened it as the Loma Linda Sanitarium. In February 1906, The Loma Linda College of Evangelists (now Loma Linda University) was established.In 1969, San Timoteo Creek overflowed its banks, inundating two-thirds of Loma Linda. Many of the bridges over the creek washed away, and Loma Linda Academy was completely flooded. In 2010, the creek again flooded parts of Loma Linda.The city was incorporated in 1970.

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