EMERGENCY SOLAR ENGINEERING SERVICE, 3 hour or less turnaround time, any residential or COMMERCIAL project, please send an email to [email protected] and [email protected] for more details.

Here’s what goes on during solar site visits:

Solar site visits are an important part of the solar installation process. They help our team to determine the best location for your solar panels and to assess the condition of your roof. Here’s what you can expect during a solar site visit:

A solar consultant will meet with you to discuss your energy needs.

Solar site visits are a great way to learn more about solar energy and how it can benefit your home or business. During a solar site visit, one of our solar consultants will come to your property to assess your energy needs. They will also answer any questions you may have about solar. Some of the questions we typically get asked during solar site visits include:

-How much sun does my property get?

-How much solar power would I need to power my home or business?

-What are the financial benefits of solar power?

-About the environmental benefits of solar power

-The different types of solar panels available

We understand that solar can be a big decision, and we want to make sure you have all the information you need to make an informed decision. So please don’t hesitate to ask us any questions you may have during your solar site visit.

Inspecting your property to see if it’s a good fit for solar

Our solar specialists will visit your house or company to examine its solar potential. We’ll take a look at things like the age and condition of your roof, the direction it faces, and the amount of sunlight it gets. We’ll also check to see if there are any trees or other obstructions that could shade your solar panels. After the solar site visit, we’ll be able to give you a better idea of whether solar is right for you.

When you install solar panels, it’s important to make sure that they are placed in an area that will receive direct sunlight. This is because solar panels rely on sunlight to generate energy, and if they are installed in a shady area, they will be less effective. That’s why, as part of our solar installation process, we conduct a solar site inspection. We’ll assess the condition of your roof and make sure that there are no trees or other obstacles that could block sunlight from reaching your solar panels. This helps make sure that your solar panels will work properly and save you money on your energy bills.

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The proposal and recommendations

Once we’ve gathered all the necessary information, we’ll provide you with a proposal outlining our recommendations for your solar installation. We’ll work with you to ensure that you’re happy with the proposed system before moving forward with the project.

If you’re considering solar panel installation, it’s important to do your research and hire a reputable company. Solar site inspections help you determine the optimum system for your house or company. Your energy use, sun exposure, and roof type will be used to estimate solar panel viability. Based on this information, they’ll provide you with a proposal outlining the cost, benefits, and solar panel options available. Be sure to take the time to compare proposals from different companies before making a decision. By taking these precautions, you can be confident that you’re hiring the best solar company for your needs.


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