Residential Solar

Residential Solar Energy Systems

The solar energy system designed around you


We do not do cookie-cutter solar energy systems, we are professionals.



Watch your solar energy system save you money in real-time.



As your life evolves, your system can evolve with you.



Watch your system work – for 10+ years, guaranteed.


How Solar Energy Systems Work

1. Solar Panels

Your panels produce energy from sunlight.

2. Appliances

Running appliances use energy from your system.

3. Inverter

Converts solar energy from Direct Current (DC) to Alternating Current (AC) which powers your home.

4. Main Service Panel on Meter

The power from both your solar system and the utility meet in your Main service panel. If you produce more than your use, power goes back into the grid!

5. The Grid

Any excess solar energy you produce goes back to the grid when the sun isn’t shining. You draw power from your utility

What Type of Homes Can Have Solar?

Can Have Solar

 Single Family Residence

 Side by Side Duplex

 Vertically Stacked Duplex





Cannot Have Solar

 Modular Prefabricated Homes

 Mobile Manufactured Homes

 Apartment Buildings


What Type of Roofs Can Have Or Not Have Solar?

Can Have Solar

 Composition Shingle

 Concrete Tile

 Concrete S-Tile

 IB Plastic (aka Rubber)

 Rolled Composition

 Spanish Barrel Tile* (replace area with shingles)

 Metal Standing Seam (picture of edge for RSD)

 Metal Corrugate (picture of roof for RSD)

Cannot Have Solar


 Hardi Slate

 Cedar Shake

 Hardi Shake

 Cap & Barrel

 Composite Tile

Can Have Solar In Certain Locations

 Tar and Gravel


 Metal Shingles (aka metal tile, metal coated)

Balance Of System

Balance of System is a general term used to describe the electrical equipment installed at ground level. This includes inverters, disconnects, AC combiner/load centers, monitoring equipment, and any associated wireways.

Why is the Balance of System equipment important?

The equipment that composes the Balance of System is where the rubber meets the road for a PV system. It includes the disconnects needed to allow for safe operation and servicing, the metering devices necessary to insure the system is performing as promised, and the inverter, which changes the Direct Current (DC) power from the array to the Alternating Current (AC) power that your home or business uses. It will always be well labeled. There may be parts of the equipment that can be painted, so ask your installers. Inverters can NEVER be painted.

Custom Solar Energy Systems

We don’t limit you to what one manufacturer wants you to have. Instead, we look at your life, your house and how you use energy. Then we custom-design the Energy System options that meet your specific energy needs, and help you choose the best one for your life.