We are a locally owned & operated solar company. Not only do we live and breathe solar, but we are also more knowledgeable of the state incentives than many of the larger, nationally recognized companies.
Despite home solar panels being installed quickly (most often in a single day), a great deal of prep work is required to ensure that your equipment is secure and connected precisely. Our operations experts handle the following steps and specialize in direct-mount solar systems.
First, we clean the roof to guarantee a successful mounting process for the solar panels. Our solar contractors will consult the approved solar design plan, place mounts or racks on the roof, and drill into the rafters for a secure fit. Mounts are reinforced with steel bolts and we seal the and the surrounding area.
If there are other considerations before going solar, such as tree coverage and roof updating, those will be addressed prior to the solar panel installation. We work with various roofing and tree companies to ensure that going solar is a complete success!
Then, one by one, the solar panels are connected to the mounting system and checked for the security necessary to withstand any force from weather and wind conditions.
An essential part of the solar panel system is the inverter. The solar inverter converts DC electricity (generated from the sunlight contacting the panels) into AC electricity, the type that is wired throughout your home.
Once the solar panels are installed on the rooftop, we complete the solar panel wiring connection. Wires are run from each panel to the power inverter kits, creating a conduction system. Additional wiring is extended from the panel system to an electrical meter and the net meter if you choose net metering for your home solar panels.
Although you can technically run an off-grid solar panel system, it is not the norm. When you activate your solar panels, connecting to the grid allows you to receive a credit for your excess energy during the summer months and then redeem them during the winter months when you are generating less. This allows for balanced electricity usage all year.
Time to connect to the grid. The activation portion of solar panel installation is often the most relieving and exciting part of the process because you can begin enjoying savings!
First, the roof is cleaned in order to guarantee a successful mounting process for the solar panels. Our solar contractors will place mounts or racks on the roof and drill into the rafter so they are secure. Mounts are reinforced with steel bolts and the surrounding area is sealed.
Then, one by one the solar panels are connected to the mounting system and checked for security necessary to withstand any “upforce”, which can occur due to weather and wind conditions.
Once the solar panels are installed on the rooftop, the solar panel wiring connection is completed. Wires are run from each panel to the power inverter kits, creating a conduction system. Additional wiring is then extended from the panel system to an electrical meter, and the net meter if you choose net metering for your home solar panels.
Time to connect to the grid! The activation portion of solar panel installation is often the most relieving and exciting part of the process because you can begin enjoying savings!
Have you always wanted to be in control of your own financial freedom? Then, going solar is the answer! Take a look at our solar panel process laid out.
To most homeowners, solar speaks for itself. But on the other hand, there are many solar installation benefits that many don't know about. One of those benefits is that solar installation increases the value of your residence.
For the average homeowner, the worth of your house can increase by 3-4% when you install a solar panel system. Moreover, according to the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, homes with solar sell 20% faster than those without. Other benefits of going solar include:
The aspect of solar installation that most consumers think about is 'going green,' noting a desire as a nation to be more environmentally conscientious.
However, the other aspect of this green agenda is the savings and return on investment you can make through financial freedom. So why not go green while making green? See if you qualify today.
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