Home Solar Made Easy


Home Solar Made Simple

Take back your power and become energy independent. Installing solar not only cuts energy costs, but it also reduces the environmental impact of your home, contributing to a sustainable future for people and the planet.

Steps To Your Solar Powered Home

1. Connecting with you
Let’s start with a FREE consultation – in person, virtual or via a phone call. One of our solar experts will guide you and assess your specific energy requirements: from answering your questions, helping you qualify for eligible Federal and Local Solar Tax incentives, to calculating how much you can save.
2. Designed for you
Following your consultation, our team of experts will engineer the optimal, most cost-effective solar solution for your unique energy needs.
3. Permitting sorted
No need to worry about the admin. We’ll handle all of the paperwork and permits required by your local utility company.
4. Seamless installation
Once we’ve assessed your property and roof for specific requirements and preparation, we get to work on installation – which takes approximately xx hours. Our solar professionals will then show you how to operate your new system.
5. Easy activation
We make sure you can start using your new system as soon as possible, by getting approval also known as ‘Permission to Operate’ from your local utility and municipality.
6. Welcome to your solar powered home
Enjoy clean energy and peace of mind, thanks to your new solar powered home.

How Solar works

Residential solar systems harness the energy of the sun to power your home. When sunlight strikes a solar panel, photovoltaic (PV) panels or mirrors concentrate the solar radiation and converts it into energy. Solar panels contain solar cells (photovoltaic cells) that absorb sunlight during the day. 

This sunlight energizes the solar cells, setting electrons into motion which creates an electrical current, called a Direct Current (DC). The DC passes through an inverter that changes it into an Alternating Current (AC).

Once energy has been converted from DC to AC electricity, it runs through the electrical panel of your home to power your lights and appliances.