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Frequently Asked Questions


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Our experienced engineering team performs an onsite visit and consultation to determine the best size mounting arrangement and positioning of your system. Each client is presented with the desired installation plan along with the proposal, which includes price quotation.

Solar panels are made of highly excitable, conductive materials. When the sun’s rays hit the solar panels, the reaction creates direct current (DC) electricity.

Your solar panel will still work with direct or indirect sunlight.

An inverter is a device that converts DC power from the solar panels into the standard AC power that is used in your facility or fed back to the grid.

In an off-grid system, there is no public electricity grid. Once solar power is used by the appliances in your property, any excess power will be sent to your battery bank. When your solar system is not working (night time or cloudy days), your appliances will draw power from the batteries.

On-grid or grid-tie solar systems are by far the most common and widely used by homes and businesses. These systems do not need batteries and use either solar inverters or micro-inverters and are connected to the public electricity grid. Any excess solar power that you generate is exported to the electricity grid and receive credit for the energy you export which is deducted from your electricity bill.

Do you know how you have an electric meter on your property to record how much energy your home or business uses every month? When you switch to solar energy, you’ll have an electric meter that works both ways:
1. It will show the utility company how much energy you consume when your solar panels aren’t generating electricity (eg. at night)
2. It will show how much energy your solar panels generated during the day

Yes, it is a minimal difference from the actual current rate of unit consumed.

That depends on how much electricity your home or business uses, where you live, the rate your utility company charges for electricity, and several other factors, with all this accessed we aim to offset 70–90% of your monthly electricity bill.

Your solar panels will start generating usable energy for your property the day they’re installed. Depending on when you receive your electric bill, you could start noticing lower bills the very first month.

The most you will have to do to maintain your solar panels is make sure they’re free of dust, pollen, leaves, and other debris. Whatever’s obstructing your panels will make for less efficient energy production.

No, instead solar panels will protect your roof from damage and may even keep your home cooler. There are different solar mounting options you can choose from. Each method aims to do as little damage to your roof as possible.