The Process – Solar Panels for Home
Solar Panel Cost / Benefit Analysis
The first step is to schedule an appointment to get your FREE solar analysis where you will learn more about solar energy, solar hot water heating systems, rebates and incentives as well as payment options such as solar leasing and ownership.
Solar Site Assessment
Once we’ve provided you with a free cost/benefit solar power analysis and you’re ready to move forward – we’ll send one of our certified technicians to your home to confirm the measurements and energy savings. Plus, we’ll make sure we’ve got the appropriate permits to start your project.
Renewable Energy Rebates and Incentives
We complete the solar tax credits and rebate paperwork to ensure that you’re getting all the financial support that is available.
Solar Panel Installation
Then we get started on the solar installation. The installation is usually complete within 2-3 days depending on the size of your system. Our solar panel installation crews have more than 74 combined years of experience in roofing and electric ensuring that you have the best solar installation possible. We will make sure that the solar panel installation goes as smoothly as possible, updating you periodically on the status of the solar panel installation.
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Solar System Inspection
Once your system is installed – we set up the final inspection with the appropriate Municipality and/or utility company. Then we make sure you’re connected to the grid so you can start receiving the rewards.
Start Saving and Earning!
It’s simple – you enjoy the daily energy savings and we’ll take care of the rest! Take the first step today and schedule your Free Solar Analysis.
Monitor and Support
We remotely monitor your system – if there is every any problem with your solar panel system, we will alert you and schedule service.
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