Solar panel installation involves mounting solar panels onto a rooftop or other structure in a way that optimizes their exposure to sunlight.
What We Do
Site Assessment: An installer will assess your home or business to determine the best location for solar panel installation. This includes analyzing factors such as roof angle, shading, and the amount of available sunlight.
Design: Based on the site assessment, the installer will create a customized solar panel system design that maximizes energy production and meets your specific energy needs.
Permitting: Before installation can begin, the installer will obtain the necessary permits and approvals from the local government and utility companies.
Installation: The actual installation process involves mounting the solar panels onto the roof or ground, wiring the panels together and connecting them to the inverter, and securing the system to the building.
Inspection: Once the installation is complete, a local government inspector will review the installation to ensure it meets all code and safety requirements.
Activation: After the inspection, the solar panel system can be activated and connected to the grid or battery backup system.
Overall, the solar panel installation process can take several weeks to several months depending on factors such as the size of the system and the availability of necessary permits and approvals. It is important to work with a qualified installer to ensure a safe and effective installation.