While most states have laws providing protection against restricting solar, there are rarely any issues with HOA or neighborhood organizations interfering with an installation. Your HOA may ask you to modify the design and/or location for aesthetic reasons, as long as the changes don’t significantly impact electricity production. Read more about HOA rules here Current legislation is pending [...]
Reports show that solar often increases home values and transferring to a new owner is simple. Based on your purchase option, your solar assessment specialist can provide more information on the transfer process when selling a home with solar.
Yes. We include lifetime monitoring with our Enphase microinverter system. This allows you to see live production of your system. Enphase also monitors your system and sends you monthly production reports. It also alerts you and us if there is a problem with your system.
Yes. The crystalline silicon cells degrade slightly over time due to exposure of UV light. This happens at a rate of about .4% per year. Panels now carry a linear warranty, meaning they are guaranteed not to degrade more than this amount per year for 25 years. All of our financial models take this degradation [...]
No. For safety reasons, your home solar power system will automatically shut off if the power goes out. This is to protect utility workers who might be working on power lines in the event of an outage. You will not have power during this time unless you were to have a battery backup system installed [...]
The average panel used in our installations is 62 x 42 x 1.5 inches and weighs 41 pounds. This same panel produces over 325 watts, which means during perfect sunlight conditions, it will produce over 325 watts per hour.
Our customers have fallen in love with the look of solar on their roof. The look of solar has changed over the last few years as the technology has advanced. Panels are thinner and lighter and are now available with a darker blue inner and a black frame. Once solar is on your roof, it [...]
The solar panel warranty is 25 years. Panels are projected to continue to work for up to 50 years with some loss in efficiency. The inverter warranty varies from 10 to 25 years, depending on the type needed for your installation.
Answer: 25 years on hardware, 10 years on labor We offer a 25-year warranty on the solar panels and inverters, as well as a 10-year warranty on workmanship. That’s a longer warranty than you’ll find on just about anything you will ever purchase!
Answer: Many brands including premium and All-American We provide the option for American-made systems including manufacturers like Enphase. You can always upgrade your system if you would like panels that have a higher wattage capacity, backup battery storage, home energy monitoring and data collection, or other new technologies. We provide electric vehicle charger installations as [...]