A thoughtful solar system design takes into account more than just how many panels you can cram onto the available roof space. It is important to consider the slope and orientation of the roof as well as other objects like nearby trees and buildings which could shade panels. The month-to-month energy usage is also important to consider, because the current net-metering policy means installing too many panels could result in the system failing to pay for itself in a reasonable time. Aesthetics are also important. When it comes to symmetry and straightness, fractions of an inch can matter. We know a solar system is a big investment itself, but your home is an even bigger one. We will work with you through every step to make sure you will be happy with the final appearance and performance of your solar system.
Anchoring a system to your roof and connecting it to your home’s electrical system are both very important steps that we take very seriously. Building something that can stand up to decades of Kansas wind and weather is also no easy feat. We take the time to do the job right and have pride in what we do. We are a local company that will stand by our work and we will take care of your home just like it was our own.