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Solar Energy Process

Before you start the process of having a solar energy system installed in your home, it’s essential that you understand how it works. This way, you’ll understand exactly what you’re getting and how you can best use the system.


We’ll analyze your energy use and assess your roof. You’ll get a FREE custom quote that will help map out your energy savings.


Our easy-to-understand paperwork and multi-year warranties will protect your home for years to come.


Measurements of your roof and property will be taken to design an ideal solar energy system based on your home’s capacity and your unique energy needs.


We take care of all the permits and inspections, and then schedule your installation for a time that is most convenient for you. All you have to do is sit back and watch it come to life.


Faster than you think, we “flip the switch” to harness the sun, and you watch your savings begin! When you see your electric meter move backwards, your future looks much brighter!


Solar panels get their energy from the photovoltaic effect, which causes photons (light particles) to “excite” electrons to a higher state of energy. This allows them to carry an electrical current. Solar panels are made from solar cells that contain photovoltaic materials. The panels are wired together and connected to an inverter, which changes the direct current (DC) current to the alternating current (AC) power supplied by electric companies. This AC power goes through the wires and into a net meter to be distributed throughout the building.


Although we wish it was, solar isn’t for everyone. Every house is different and the sun shines differently all over the country. The best way to check though is to first check the direction your roof is facing. South is by far the best, followed by West, East, with the worst being North. After identifying the best facing roof check at different times of the day to see how much sun hits your roof. The average direct sun hours for a qualifying home is only 2.5 hours so if you think you get that then it’s time to go solar!