Making the decision to have a solar system installed is one of the best moves you can make. Not only will it help to save you money in the here and now but for quite some time as well. When installing your new solar system, there are a lot of things that come into play. One of the things that our team has to look at is how we are going to install the system and connect it with your current electrical system. That means that we have to examine your current electrical panel to make sure it can handle your new solar panels.
The electrical panel is one of the most important components of the whole solar system installation. It is responsible for distributing all of the electricity gathered from your new solar system and sending it into the circuit breakers in your home to give you power. Depending on the year of the home and when it was built, your panel might not have the right fuses or capacity to handle your new system.
In the event that it isn’t going to be able to handle your added needs, we have someone who can take care of that for you. Our team knows what it takes to install a new electrical panel and make sure everything is up to code. We handle getting all of the permits for you and make sure nothing is left to chance. It doesn’t matter what your panel has right now because we can handle upgrading it for you or even installing a completely new one if the situation warrants. We want to make sure that your new solar system is going to work perfectly. That’s why we will go over everything thoroughly before installing anything to make sure nothing is being left to chance.
Getting a solar system is a major step for your home. Everything needs to be done correctly or you could end up with a system that doesn’t work at all. The whole point of solar energy is to be able to cut down your energy bills. If your electrical panel isn’t able to do its part to push electricity through to the rest of your home, none of that is going to be possible. Instead of wasting energy trying to figure it all out for yourself, let one of our trained solar installers go to work figuring everything out for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
As of Mid 2016, the installed cost of solar panels ranged from $5-$6 per watt: A 5 kW system would typically cost around $25,000-$35,000. You'll find our pricing extremely competitive in comparison. Also, in certain cases up to 50% of the cost can be subsidized and we provide great financing on top of that. Please contact us now for Free consultation and find out your exact costs.
Yes, you'll need a permit to have solar installed at your location. Costs may vary. Please call us for an estimate of all costs.