What does it mean to "go solar"? Our solar company believes that going solar, in essence, is to stimulate financial freedom for customers while also generating green energy power. After all, home solar panels pay for themselves. So, why not take control of your home's power generation. While most sources of energy are labeled as "green", the production of electricity often requires fuel and carbon emissions.
Alliance Solar is expanding in the national solar community because we know what the value of going solar is. Not to mention, we keep track of the best solar incentives for our customers. Don't delay, call your local solar energy contractors today!
Though there are countless reasons to go solar this year, Alliance Solar has compiled a list of the top reasons we believe going solar is the way to go, and there's more to it than just saving money!
An educational approach to solar technology and sales. Go solar in six simple steps:
Is your house a good fit for solar panels? Not every homeowner qualifies for solar panel installation. A site visit will be completed to determine compatibility, evaluate roof type, size, and pitch, obstructions & sun exposure.
Once you conclude that going solar is right for you, our team will guide you through the process of navigating your solar panel options. One popular option is to purchase the panels upfront due to the associated incentives of owning a solar panel system.
Then, the solar design process begins. Your Alliance Solar energy contractors will first calculate your home’s daily energy usage (watt-hour use per month/year). Next, measurements and dimensions of your roof will be taken. Our solar installers will map out the layout of the solar panel system taking into account factors including roof orientation, location, sun hours, and aerial imagery.
While you can expect our solar company to complete all the work in regards to obtaining permits, we also make sure to educate our solar customers about every step of the process. First, we will contact the local building department to obtain an electrical permit and building permit. A solar PV permit may also be required depending on location.
Once we receive permitting clearance, your solar power installers will set a date to begin the solar panel installation for your home or commercial location. In most instances, a brief inspection of your roof will be completed by an engineer to ensure your roof can handle the additional weight of the racking equipment and solar panels.
Congratulations, you’ve flipped the switch on your solar panels! Moreover, you’ve succeeded in freeing yourself of wasteful, monthly utility bills, and have the capability to generate your own power!
Homeowners in New Jersey
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