After your system is installed, we’ll submit for Permission To Operate (PTO) with your utility company. PTO approval times vary by utility company, but we’ll work hard to get PTO... read more →
Once the permits are received, you’ll be ready for installation. You’ll be contacted to schedule an installation date that will work for you and your schedule. Once started, average systems... read more →
The CAD will include the final engineered design for your roof in accordance with offsets and setbacks required by the state and local utility company. Once the CAD is approved,... read more →
Often times, a site survey can quickly be completed by your representative. He or she will take photos of your home’s electrical panels, breakers, roof, attic, etc. Some cities require... read more →
The next step is to sign any required installation and loan documentation. Most documents can easily be signed electronically.
Once you decide to go solar, you’ll choose which loan product and payment work best for your budget and goals. After filling out a short application, most approvals come back... read more →
The Solar Savings Report is a detailed breakdown of your roof’s solar savings potential. It will also show you how solar works, custom panel layout, estimated yearly production, new estimated... read more →