Once you select us as you solar provider, we will generate the documents necessary and submit them for the municipal building permit.  As soon as the building permit is approved, we will schedule the installation of your solar system.

It is best to install a solar system on a roof that is in good condition and will not require replacing or fixing for a while.

Have your roof thoroughly inspected.  The cost of having your roof inspected can be added on to your cost of going solar, which makes it eligible for a 30% Federal Tax Credit.

Have any roof work that needs to be done take place before the actual install of the solar system.  This way, the labor cost of the roof work can also be added on to the overall cost of going solar and be eligible for the 30% Federal Tax Credit.

Our focus is on a quality installation team and we use only in-house trained installers.  Unlike many other solar companies that subcontract out the installation work, we do not subcontract out the solar installation work to any other third party.

We are also unlike many other solar companies as we have no intent to “knock out” the installation as fast as possible to save money.  We take our time to ensure the solar system we install is aesthetically the best and the cleanest looking it can be.

We will also be present for any municipal inspections that is carried out and will immediately make any adjustments that need to be made to pass inspection.

After the installation of the solar system, the next step is setting up the monitoring system (if using Enphase micro-inverters) and showing you how to monitor your own system.

Finally, we will process the necessary work that is required for you to be interconnected with PG&E.