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We are experts in roof and ground-mounted arrays, as well as unique solutions like patio coverings and carports.
Whether you’re looking to simply reduce your energy bill or eliminate it completely, we’ll work with you to find a solution that fits your needs.
Contact us today for a free site assessment and see how solar can help you and your family save money while reducing your environmental impact.
Nearly every type of roof is compatible for solar.
Asphault composite shingles, metal, cedar shake, and even concrete roofs are all compatible with our racking.
Need a system larger than your roof can provide? Is your roof shaded but you have a large, open space nearby? A ground mounted system could be right for you.
Patio coverings and carports make excellent surfaces to mount your new solar harnessing panels and are often easier to maintain.
Our priority is your satisfaction.
Your buying options should fit your needs.
We work with federal and local organizations to offer incentives and assistance to make going solar within reach for everyone.
We partner with local banks and credit unions to find the best financing for you.
There are a number of factors we consider when evaluating your home for a solar installation. These factors include shading, roof pitch, orientation, material, age, and structural integrity, as well as what utility company you use and any HOA or Historical District regulations that may apply to your home. Contact us for a full assessment of your home's requirements.
Every month, your utility company will record how much energy you use and subtract how much your solar system generates. At the end of the month, you’ll pay the net difference. You can build up credits in the summer when you’re producing more than you use and use those credits in the winter. This process is called Net Metering. Call us for specific details and limitations.
Yes! Our long sunny summer days make up for our rainy winters. Even on a rainy day your system produces energy.
Let’s have a no obligation conversation about solar, here is what we need.