Our Services

We offer solar installation, solar system troubleshooting, solar system design and many other solar services.

Solar installation

The actual installation will usually take between one and five days to install, depending on the size of the system and the roofing materials. The process starts by making sure the roof is sound and ready for the solar panels and racking equipment to hold them in place.

We start by installing the stand offs and attaching rail to the stand offs, all the penetrations are sealed with M1 sealant and we guarantee them to be leak proof for 10 years.

When we have our racking in place we ground it , install optimizers/microinverters and last step is to install solar panels and secure them to the racking with the clamps which will provide the grounding for the solar panels.

Next step is to mount all the electrical equipment and connect it with the conduit to the solar array. Once that step is complete we pull wires and connect all the components.

We scheduled inspection with the city and submit the application to your utility company to get the permission to operate the solar system (PTO).

We will create  an account for your solar system with the manufacturer of the inverter and you will be able to track your daily production online.

We constantly check up on your system to make sure it work properly and there is no issues with any components of your solar system.

Solar Repair

Like anything else some of solar systems need maintenance , troubleshooting or repair. We are here to help you solve the issue with your solar system.

Has your existing solar system stopped working or has other issues?

Can’t find your original  installer to take care of the problem?

If you suspect there is a problem and it is within your warranty period, you should contact the business you bought the system from.  If you are unable to locate them, give us a call.


We offer panels cleaning, complete system check to ensure it performs to its maximum ability. If there is a bad component in your system we will file a claim with the manufacturer and replace the bad part.

Solar Design

We will optimize your solar system design for maximum production.

Solar system design takes into account two important factors – the amount of space that you have available for installing solar panels and the amount of electricity you consume annually. Other factors, like shading analysis and the efficiency of solar panels and inverters, also come into play depending on your property.

For accurate design we prefer to go over your last year electrical bill and size the solar system accordingly.

We also take in consideration if you plan to buy an electrical car in the near future or getting a heated pool, its a good practice to oversize your system for the future .

Rooftop Mounted Solar

Costs: Rooftop-mounted panels are more common, and they’re usually easier and faster to install. The only thing that might increase those costs significantly is the condition of your roof. Rooftop-mounted panels require a steady, well-maintained roof that is expected to last at least 20 years. If your roof is more than 10 years old, you will likely have to replace it during the solar array’s lifetime. Uninstalling and reinstalling solar panels is complicated, time-consuming, and expensive, so you may want to replace the roof before installing your panels.

Space: With rooftop-mounted panels, you’re much more limited in how large of a system you can install,  because you likely don’t spend a lot of time on your roof, a rooftop-mounted system will preserve your land’s usable space.

Aesthetics: Rooftop-mounted systems are generally less noticeable, though it does depend on the positioning of your home. If the front of your home faces south, the panels will be very visible. If your home faces north, on the other hand, you can hide the solar panels better by placing them on the backside of your roof.

Cleaning and Maintenance: Roof-mounted arrays will require a bit more caution and care when it comes to maintenance. While some owners feel comfortable cleaning their panels with a broom or pressure washer, those practices may void the warranty on certain arrays. To be safe, it’s generally a better idea to invest in a professional cleaning and checkup every year or so.

Ground Mount Solar

Costs: Ground-mounted panels often cost more than roof mounted systems because they require additional materials, time, and labor. Solar installers generally use a cement foundation or reinforced pole structure to ensure the panels are propped up off the ground, tilted at the proper angle, and then wired to your home, all of which ends up being a slightly more involved — and expensive — process. 

Space: If you have a large yard or a lot of space, you can install a much bigger ground-mounted system than you could with a rooftop-mounted system, giving you the opportunity to generate more energy and save on your utility bill. However, a large ground-mounted system will consume more of your land, leaving you less space for recreation or gardening.

Aesthetics: Ground-mounted solar panels typically sit between a few inches and several feet above the ground, depending on your location and the mounting system. If you have a small yard and a bulky array, the panels may stand out more than they would on a rooftop. This can be a significant deterrent to homes with manicured lawns and landscaped gardens.

Positioning: Solar panels should face south or west, with southwest or southeast alignments as possible alternatives. With a ground-mounted system, you can make sure your panels are oriented in the right direction and at the right angle without any potential shade to . It’s also a lot easier to install a sun-tracking system on a ground-mounted array, which can lead to higher efficiencies.

Cleaning and Maintenance: While solar panels don’t require much maintenance, you may need to clean or repair them at some point. As ground-mounted panels are closer to the ground, they are easier to clean and maintain than those on a roof. The only extra effort a ground-mounted array owner will need to invest is to keep the base of the panels clear during cold and snowy weather, as new snow on the panels can only slide off if the area below is clear.

Battery Backup Solar

Energy Storage System(ESS) stores electric energy and utilize them for later consumption in the evening. It is purposed to improve energy efficiency, by enhancing the quality of renewable energy that results stabilization of power supply system.

Optional back up panel for your critical loads is available with the battery set up.

When an outage occurs the unit disconnects from the utility and powers specific circuits in the home. These critical load circuits are wired from a subpanel that is separate from the rest of the electrical circuits. If the outage occurs during daylight hours, the PV array is able to assist the battery in supplying the house loads. If the outage occurs at night, the battery supplies the load. The amount of time critical loads can operate depends on the amount of power they consume and the energy stored in the battery system. A typical backup battery system may provide about 10 kWh of energy storage at an 10-hour discharge rate, which means that the battery will operate a 1-kW load for 10 hours. A 1-kW load is the average usage for a home when not running an air conditioner.