An expert will assess your home and electricity prior to setting your appointment, then ask you to have 6-12 months of utility bills ready so that they can calculate your solar savings. Once your appointment is scheduled, a solar representative will visit your home and walk you through what solar power has to offer.
After reviewing how solar can benefit you as a homeowner, your solar representative will walk you through all your financial options prior to signing up. Sales teams have proposals made up in real-time and catered to your home and your electricity usage so you’ll know what you’re signing up for.
Once you’ve decided to go solar, we will work with you to get your system installed and activated as soon as possible. After signing your initial solar agreement you'll first have a complete assessment of your property. Once accurate measurements are taken, we will complete a customized system design for you that will suit your roof shape and size. After assessment and design are out of the way, we will work with your local municipalities to approve permitting paperwork leading up to your installation. After permit approval is complete a representative will be calling you to schedule your installation.
Depending on the size of your system, the installation could take 1-5 days.
- Mounts are aligned and bolted to the top of your roof rafters
- Panels are attached to the bolted rails and connected with piping
- Panels connect to your power inverter
- The solar provider you choose will handle all of this for you – you just need to approve a block of days that they can complete it, weather permitting.
Following your installation but prior to activation, some locations may require final inspections before the utility company grants PTO (permission to operate). Once confirmed and all steps are completed, you can start using cleaner energy immediately, and savings will be reflected within a few months following your last traditional electricity bill cycle. Going forward, your solar provider will offer customer service to answer any questions you have about your system, and will offer maintenance when needed, as well as 24/7 monitoring of your production.