Solar Roofing Articles
Most of the solar energy systems we see in our community are installed on pitched roofs or as a ground mount, but what about flat roofs? Unless you have a bird-eye view of the building, you can’t tell what’s up on the roof.
Investing in a solar energy system can have powerful financial benefits for your home, allowing you to all but eliminate your monthly electric bill.
When you’re looking to install a solar energy system, an important step is comparing solar panel brands to find the one that is best for you. You want to be sure you’re investing in high-quality panels that can efficiently turn sunlight into free electricity for many years.
There’s no way around it — a solar energy system requires a significant upfront investment, though it can save you a substantial amount of money in the long term. Adding batteries for solar energy storage on top of typical installation costs will increase the price further. So is it worth it to get a solar
The National Electric Code (NEC) sets the standard for electrical wiring and equipment. Solar energy systems fall under the NEC and there are certain specifications that need to be met in order for your system to pass inspection and get energized.