Solar isn't always simple, here's a collection of some commonly asked questions.
How many solar panels do I need?
There is a large number of variables that can affect your specific solar needs. Some important factors include the direction your home is facing, angle or the roof and shading from nearby trees or buildings. Our solar experts consider all of this and more when calculating exactly how many panels are suitable for you.
How do solar panels work?
Photovoltaic cells in solar panels convert sunlight into direct current (DC electricity). This DC power then flows into a solar inverter which works to convert this DC power into usable AC power. AC power is the same kind of electricity used in outlets all around your home.
Do I need good credit to go solar?
No, we are proud to serve everyone in our community regardless of their credit status.
Do Solar Panels Really Save You Money?
Solar panels save you money by lowering the amount of electricity you have to buy from your utility. Average homeowners could potentially save up to $130 per month on their electricity bills depending on where they live, their utility company, and their energy needs.
Will I have to replace my roof before installing solar panels?
Not always, if you are buying a new-build home or recently replaced your roof then you are good to install solar. If your roof is over 30 years old, you will need to replace it before installing a solar system. The average lifespan of a solar panel is 25 years, and it's important to ensure the stability of your roof throughout that time.