The Residential Solar Installation Process
Procurement & Preparation
High performance athletes have strict training regiments and pregame rituals. Our team is no different. Prior to your installation, we procure and prepare the materials required to have a successful installation. We come up with a pre-job plan, and ensure that everyone on the team knows their role.
Safety is non-negotiable with our installations. Every person on your roof will have fall arrest training, and be tied off... always. Morning safety meetings prior to work beginning are another way we stay grounded and ensure our team is aware of the potential job hazards before something goes wrong.
Installing Solar Panels
Our team comes prepared to complete most installations in 2-3 days. Mornings start early in the summer. This allows us to avoid the hottest hours of the day on top of the roof where temperatures can reach up to 75 Degrees!
Day 1 is typically reserved for preparing the roof mounts, racking, and soladeck. This work prepares the infrastructure (wire and mounts) for your solar panels to be installed. This part is not very flashy, but extremely important for a smooth installation.
On day 2, we install the solar panels on the roof and connect into your home panel. Solar panels are secured to the racking and connected with the microinverters. Critter guard is also installed if required.
Deleting Your Electricity Bill
Before you can harness the power of the sun, the installation must be inspected. We ensure that everything is expedited to allow for the inspection as soon as possible following installation.
After the authority has inspected the installation we can turn on your solar breakers and start producing green energy with your new solar system!
Solar Offset Credits
Solar offset credits (carbon credits) can be a lucrative way to improve your residential solar payback period. Our team can support by connecting you with our partner - Solar Offset. This process is quite easy and requires minimal work to receive the yearly credit allowance.
How are carbon credits calculated?
Carbon credits for residential solar projects correlate with the amount of electricity generated annually by your solar system. This can be estimated based on your solar design size, but is calculated yearly by downloading production data from your micro inverters. The APS Microinverters we typically recommend work great for this program because the data can be downloaded with just a few clicks. We can help you register your system so you can get the full benefits of installing solar and improve your return on investment.
What our clients say about us
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“Excellent work. Completed on time and slightly below estimate.”
“Their price was bang on with their quote.”
Submit your information for a residential solar quote.
It's pretty simple to get a residential solar quote from Evalence. Just submit the following information and we will get back to you within two business days.
1. Your home address and any specific project preferences.
2. A photo of a recent home energy bill. Include the graph showing your previous 12-month energy consumption.
3. A photo of your electrical panel. Ensure the breakers are visible.