Solar panels are made up of photovoltaic (PV) cells made of silicon. When the sun’s rays hit them, these cells convert sunlight to electricity. Individual cells are wired together to form a solar panel. Panels are typically three feet by five feet. They are coated in tempered glass, which allows them to withstand harsh weather.

A net meter is installed by the utility when you go solar. It has the ability to go forward and backward. During the day, your meter will go backward so that at night you can take the energy back.

*Net Metering: Payment for excess electricity is not guaranteed and is dependent on your utility offering net metering. You should contact your utility for more information.

Our Tier 1 Solar Panels come with 25-year production guarantee. Panels will continue to generate electricity after 25 years, but at a decreasing rate.

We have many options for going solar. We offer Cash options and Financing Options. We can get you a loan with $0 down and terms of 7,10,12,15,20,25 years. Most of our interest rates are between 1.49% to 3.99%.

The best orientation for a roof is to be facing south. East and West facing roofs will also work. North facing roofs do not work as efficiently.

It typically takes 60-90 days to get everything in order, then 1 day to install the system.