Solar FAQ

Why should I invest in solar panels?

The sun shines every day. As a result, solar power is a fully renewable, dependable, and
environmentally friendly energy source. Solar panels and home batteries are becoming more
accessible, reliable, and energy-efficient. They give families peace of mind and energy conservation
when the electricity goes out, or the next storm arrives. Unlike your utility, our customers pay stable,
low-cost prices for 20 to 25 years. You have leverage over your energy future with home solar.

How many solar panels will I need for my home?
Every household is unique. Consider the following questions when deciding the number of solar
panels needed for your home: Shading, the way your roof faces, and any aesthetic preferences you
have can all affect the size of your system. We have patented solar design technology that allows us
to build a customized strategy that maximizes energy output more efficiently and quickly than if we
did it by hand.
What options do you have for customizing my solar system?
We begin with your previous use and design a solar system that will provide you with the
appropriate amount of power based on how much you typically use. Then, using satellite imagery,
we examine your roof to determine how many panels will fit on each roof plane, keeping in mind
that south-facing tops are ideal for solar.
A site survey, as well as a visit to your home to inspect the roof and main electrical panel, are used
to validate our measurements and device design. Finally, we reconfirm our final design with you to
know what it will look like and how much energy you will get from solar.
What happens to my roof after I mount solar panels?
We drill holes in the roof to anchor the racking equipment for the panels during installation since our
home solar systems are roof-mounted. All of our roof penetrations are watertight and come with a
quality warranty.
One little-known advantage is that once the solar panels get mounted on your roof, they will shield
the underlying parts from normal weathering and improve the structure's durability.
What gets used in the installation of a solar system?

Each home is unique, and the equipment we install will differ from one to the next. Here's what you
can expect in general.
1) Solar panels
Sunlight is converted into direct current energy by solar panels.
2) An inverter
Your inverter directs energy flow and converts it to alternating current electricity (AC) for use in your
home.
3) meter
Your meter measures and monitors solar output so that we can ensure your device is generating as
much energy as possible.
4) The primary electrical panel
Your electrical panel is in charge of distributing alternating current (AC) electricity throughout your
house.
5) Utility meter
The amount of electricity that comes from and goes to the grid get measured by your utility meter.

What happens when I turn on my system?

When you turn on your solar panel, your home will get officially powered by solar energy generated
right on your roof. Our website will enable you to monitor your solar energy output. Customers who
pay every month will receive their first bill 30 days after receiving the green light to switch on the
machine.

Will my panels work if it's gloomy outside?

Solar panels can generate electricity in all types of weather, all year long. You will note that output
varies from one day to the next. A solar system can typically operate at 10% to 25% of its power on a
cloudy day.
When we plan and estimate the production of our systems, we consider the amount of sunlight that
your particular area receives each year. It ensures that your device will get correctly sized for the
number of sunny (or cloudy) days you get each year.

How would solar benefit my community?

You are going solar means you've chosen a renewable energy option for your house. Instead of using
power produced at a plant using fossil fuels, you get your energy from the sun, which has no carbon.
This home-grown energy not only contributes to cleaner air but also relieves pressure on the grid
during high-demand hours, making everyone safer.

May I purchase insurance for my system?

No, not always. State regulations can require you to ensure the device depending on where you live.
In this situation, we will make sure that you are aware of the rules, but you will coordinate with your
insurance provider.
Even if insurance is not available in your state, we suggest you notify your insurance provider that
you are installing a home solar system. It is most likely still protected by the existing policy, and any
extra costs for coverage do not apply.

What happens if I plan to relocate?

We make it easy for you to pass your solar lease agreement to the new owners. Our service transfer
specialists manage everything from educating realtors and prospective buyers to collaborating with
escrow officers, title agents, home inspectors, and anyone else who may need information about
your device or solar lease agreement. When you decide to relocate, send us a call, and we will begin
the transfer process.