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FAQ

Answer: This depends on the size of your house and the type of system installed. For more information, you can request a free quote here.
Answer: Solar power costs up to 40% less than electricity you buy from the electric utility. Thanks to net metering, the price of solar isn’t affected by inflation/price surges, making the difference even higher.
Answer: It’ll be sent back to the grid. The utility company buys the excess power and you can pull back the same amount of electricity from the grid whenever your system is under-producing, like during nighttime.
Answer: In depends on your location. You’ll get a 30% tax credit, there are even State tax credits and/or solar rebates from utility companies. If you’re a business owner, you can take advantage of the MACRS depreciation as well.
Answer: We use highly-efficient mono panels with micro inverters. We also use a railless racking system (Spider Rax) that significantly reduces the chance of roof leaks.
Answer: Our racking system is engineered to withstand winds up to 150 miles an hour.
Answer: Nothing. Once the panels are installed, no ongoing maintenance is needed. Some homeowners however depending where they live might wash them off with a house couple times a year.
Answer: Of course. If you encounter any problem with your system, we’ll send one of our maintenance crews to take care of it.
Answer: No. If you don’t plan on re roofing the same year, you can just go ahead and install the panels. If you need to reroof later, removing the panels and reinstalling them is a simple process.
Answer: Yes. The amount of electricity generated, however, depends on the amount of sunlight. So, on a sunny day, you’ll get more electricity compared to when it’s cloudy.
Answer: Sure. In some states, HOAs are legally obliged to approve solar power installations. In most cases, they’ll just ask for a layout of the roof with the panels.
Answer: Yes. A solar battery system will allow you to go 100% off the grid. However, it’s not recommended, especially if your utility provider has net metering.
Answer: Yes. Systems with solar batteries and the correct set up will work even during a blackout.