Delivering Positive Energy

F.A.Q.

Is solar right for my home?
We offer a no-pressure consultation to help figure out if going solar is right for you. First, we’ll gather all 12 months of your past energy usage. That’s what makes our quotes as accurate as possible, by both the amount by which we can offset your use and the cost/savings potential of going solar.
How big a roof do I need?
When you request a quote, Solergy will use our solar design tool to look at your roof and determine how many panels it can accommodate.
Will I need to re-roof my house?
Our solar panels are very durable and last a long time so it makes sense to avoid having to remove and reinstall them. Your solar consultant will help you assess the need to re-roof.
What if my roof is shaded?
Shade reduces the amount of electricity your system can produce. Our design team will work to position your panels where they will get maximum sun exposure.
Do solar systems require maintenance?
Home solar energy systems generally require very little maintenance.
Will I have power during a blackout?
In the event of a blackout, your inverter will automatically shut down for safety reasons. thus, you will not have electricity until power is restored.
Will I generate electricity in bad weather?
Solar panels need sun to generate electricity, but solar systems continue to produce even when it’s cloudy. On a cloudy day, your panels will produce 30% of what they normally would.
Will my property taxes increase?
Good news! No. Solar panels are property exempt.

How solar works.

1) Photovoltaic Panels

Solar panels absorb energy from the sun and converts the sunshine into direct current (DC) power. The DC power travels out of the panels through the micro inverters.

2) Microinverters

Micro Inverters are tucked under each solar panel. The inverters automatically convert the DC power to alternating current (AC), ready for your home’s use.

3) AC Combiner Box

The AC combiner box consolidates interconnection equipment into a single weather proof enclosure with Enphase Envoy-S integrated for production metering and consumption monitoring. Solar power then back feeds the main service panel.

Enphase Envoy delivers lifetime system monitoring and performance updates to any web connected device.

4) Power for Your Home

The electricity flows from the breaker box to outlets throughout the home.

5) Main Service Panel

The electricity passes through the breaker panel and is distributed to your home’s circuits where the solar energy is consumed.

6) Utility Meter

Any excess solar power after load of house has been met, then goes back into the grid where credit will be given. If applicable by your utility company.

Solar Benifits:

Tax Credit

$0 Down

Power Production Guarantee

Built To Last

Full System Ownership

Saving From Day 1

Home Value Increase

Online Monitoring

Find Out How Much You Can Save

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