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Solar Power System, Solar Power Panels, Solar Power Installers

Solar Power System, Solar Power Panels, Solar Power Installers

{More and more homeowners around|Many homeowners across|A growing number of homeowners across} the {world are opting|globe are choosing|globe are opting} to {install solar power systems for|install solar power systems on|set up solar power systems in} their {homes|houses}. {They want to lower|They are looking to reduce their|They’re looking to cut down on} {long-term energy bills and reduce|the cost of energy in the long run and also reduce|costs for energy and lower} {their carbon footprint|their carbon footprint}.

According to {SEIA’s report,|the SEIA report,|SEIA’s report} {residential solar capacity reached|residential solar capacity hit|the capacity of residential solar reached} {a new record|an all-time high|the record level} in {Q3|the third quarter of|the 3rd quarter of} 2021. {This is expected to increase|It is predicted to grow|The forecast is for this to rise} in the {future|near future|coming years}. The {efficiency and lower cost|effectiveness and cost savings|effectiveness and low cost} {of solar power systems have|for solar energy systems has|that solar systems provide have}{ largely|} {fueled|contributed to|driven} this{ rapid| explosive|} {growth|expansion|increase}.

What {types|kinds} of solar panels {are available|are there|do you have available}? What {equipment is required|is the equipment needed|are the necessary equipment} {to create a home solar|to build a home solar|for a solar home} power system that {produces|generates|can generate} enough energy? {Are you able|Do you have the ability|Do you have the capability} to {install|set up} solar panels {on your own|yourself|by yourself}? {When will solar panels break-even|What is the time when solar panels will break even|When will solar panels reach break-even}? Let’s {dive into|look at|take a look at} these {and other questions|and other issues|questions and others} {to get the answers|to find the answers|for the answers}.

What is a Solar System?

{Roof-mounted solar panels convert|Solar panels mounted on roofs convert|The solar panel roof-mounted converts} {energy-packed|the energy-rich|energy-rich} {photons from natural sunlight|sunlight photons|light rays of natural sunlight} into {usable energy|energy usable}. {Photovoltaic|The term photovoltaic} (or PV) solar power systems {is|are} {often used to refer to|frequently used to describe|commonly used to mean} {solar panel systems|panels that are solar powered|the solar panels}.

Installing a {quality|high-quality|good} solar {power system at home|energy system in your home|power system at your home} {can help reduce or|will help to reduce or|will reduce or even} {eliminate your|completely eliminate the|reduce your} dependence on the{ utility|} grid {for electricity that is|for electricity|to get electricity} {used to lighten, heat|utilized to heat, light|employed to power, illuminate}{,|} cool{ and operate|, and power| and run} your home.

Solar power systems {installed|that are installed|used} in {residential homes|homes for residential use|residential properties} are {a renewable source of energy|an energy source that is renewable|renewable energy sources} that is {clean|safe} and requires {little|minimal|very little} maintenance. {The savings could even|Savings could|Savings can} {pay for|be enough to pay for|make up the cost of} {the initial investment in as|your initial cost in|an initial purchase in} {little|short|low} as {a few|several|just a few} years.

{You will enjoy decades|You’ll enjoy years|You’ll be able to enjoy decades} of energy-free {living once|life after|lifestyle after} your solar system {has been|is} {paid off|taken care of|completely paid for}.

What are the different types of Solar Power Systems available?

There are three {types|kinds} of {solar power systems|solar power systems}.

Grid-tied solar systems{: This is the| are the| The} most {popular type|well-known type|popular kind} {of solar system|that solar systems are|of system for solar}. {The home is connected to|Your home will be connected|It connects the home to} {a|the} grid {to receive|that receives|in order to get} {electricity from the utility if|electric power from the utility in case|energy from the utility when} the solar panels {don’t produce|aren’t producing|fail to produce} enough energy.

Hybrid systems{: Also known|: Also referred to| are also known} {as solar storage systems|in the field of solar-powered storage|by the name solar energy storage}{,|} {the hybrid systems combine|the hybrid systems integrate|these hybrid systems mix} solar panels {with a battery|and a battery|and batteries} {to store|for storing|that stores} energy. The home {can also be|could also be|is also} {connected to the|linked to|hooked up to the} grid.

Off-grid systems {are not connected|aren’t connected|do not connect} {to the|with the|directly to} grid. The home is {entirely powered|powered entirely|completely powered} {by energy generated on-site|with energy generated on site|by the energy generated on-site}.

What is the cost of a Solar Power System?

{Although solar panels produce|While solar panels generate|While solar panels provide} “free” {electricity there|electricity , there|energy, there} are {still costs involved in|costs associated with|still expenses involved in} {installing them|the installation process|the installation}. Prices {can vary depending|vary based|may vary based} on {several key|a variety of|many} {factors, including|aspects, such as|elements, including} {efficiency, capacity and location|the efficiency, capacity, and location|efficiency, capacity and the location}.

{According to|Based on|As per} [xfield_company], the average {cost of|price of|cost for} {a solar panel system|solar panels|solar panel systems} for {a|an} U.S.-sized {house is $11,144 to|home is between $11,144 and} $14.696{, after| when| after} {taking into account|considering|accounting for} {solar tax credits|tax credits for solar}. {For a small|If you are planning a modest|For a simple} DIY project,{ you can|} {expect to pay $200-250 per|expect to spend $200-250 for a|anticipate paying $200-250 per} panel (around 1 {watt|one watt|Watt}).

Most professionally-installed solar panel systems cost between \$18,000 and \$20,000 before factoring in any rebates or incentives. Here’s {a list|the list|an overview} of {federal, state|state, federal} and utility {incentives that|incentives|rebates that} {you might be eligible for|could be available to you|may be yours to avail}.

{You can also|It is also possible to|You could also} {add $10,000 to the price|include $10,000|increase the cost by $10,000} {if you want to add|in case you wish to add|for the addition of} {a new|an additional|another} {battery to your system|batteries to the system|battery for your unit}. Off-grid systems {can be|are} more {costly because you’ll need|expensive because you’ll require|expensive due to the fact that you’ll need} {more solar panels,|additional solar panels|greater solar panel capacity,}{ more|} storage{ and more|, and more| capacity and} {energy to cover|energy to meet|power to cover} {your energy consumption|the energy usage|your energy use}.

The {cost|price} of a solar {system|panel|array} {will vary depending|will differ based|can vary based} on {its size, location|the size, location|its size, the location}{, equipment, and who| equipment, location, and the person| as well as the equipment} you {use|choose to use|are using it with}. {You should also|It is important to|Also,} {keep in mind incentives like|be aware of incentives such as|think about incentives like} the {26% tax credit|tax credit of 26%} {provided|offered|that is offered} {by|through|from} the IRS for solar energy.

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How much does it cost to install solar panels?

{Following federal tax breaks|After tax breaks from the federal government|In the wake of federal tax breaks}{, the average cost of| and tax breaks, the cost for| The average price for} installing solar {in|panels in|systems in} the United States is \$12,000. A {smaller system costs|less expensive system is|smaller system will cost} {around $5,000, whereas|about $5,000, while|approximately $5,000, while} {a|the|an} Tier 1 system, which {can|could} {cost up to $40,000,|be as high as $40,000|cost as much as $40,000} {can be installed for around|is available for|is able to be set up for about} $12,000 after {federal tax breaks|tax breaks for federal residents}.

{An installation project involves|Installation projects can incur|A project for installation involves} {additional costs beyond the cost|extra costs that go beyond the price|additional expenses beyond the cost} of panels. {Only about|About|Around} 25{% of the| percent of|% of} {costs|cost|expenses} {for installation are actually for|for installation actually go to|to install are actually for} panels. The {rest of the cost|remainder|remaining cost} is {made up by|borne by|comprised of} {labor costs, operational expenses|operating expenses, labor costs|the cost of labor, operating costs}{, and additional| as well as additional| and other} equipment{ such as inverters or| like inverters or|, such as inverters and} control circuitry.

{The|[xfield_company]|It is the} [xfield_company] provides the installation, maintenance{,|} and warranties {for the panels and|for the panels as well as|on the panels and} work. These {extra services are not|additional services aren’t|additional services are not} {free but often well|cost-free, but they are often|cheap, but are usually} {worth the cost|worth the price|priced}. There are{ a few|| many} other {factors that can|elements that could|variables that} {affect the cost|influence the price|impact the price} {of solar panel installation|for solar panels installation|in solar panel installations}.

Federal Solar Tax Credits

The {solar tax credit|tax credit for solar systems|tax credit for solar energy} {covers 26% of|will cover 26% of the|is able to cover 26% of} {system costs through|costs for solar systems until|cost of the system until} 2022. The credit {drops|will drop|decreases} to 22% {in|by} 2023. {You won’t likely be eligible|It is unlikely that you will be eligible|The credit will likely not be available} {for|to receive} {the federal solar tax credit|Federal solar tax credits|this federal tax incentive} {in|until|after} 2024{ unless|, unless} Congress extends it {again|once more}. {Commercial solar panel tax credits|Tax credits for commercial solar panels} {should remain at 10%|should be maintained at 10%|will remain at 10%.}.

{Many state incentives can also|A variety of state incentives can|State incentives may also} be {used to reduce|utilized to ease|used to help reduce} the financial burden {of|for|on} homeowners {who are interested in|interested in|considering} going solar. {Municipal rebates and programs may|Rebates and programs from municipal governments could|Municipal rebates and programs could} be {available that can|offered that could|available to} {lower your cost|reduce your costs|help lower the cost}.

{Electricity needs|Electricity is a necessity|The need for electricity}

{On average, solar|In the average, solar|Solar} panels {cost between|range from|are priced between} $2.51 {to|up to|and} $3.31 {per|for each|Per} Watt. [xfield_company] estimates that wholesale installers {pay|are charged|will pay} 85 cents per {watt|Watt}. {Rating solar panels is done|Solar panels are rated|Solar panel ratings are calculated} {in|by calculating|using} {kW|the watts|units of kW} (kilowatt). {One kW equals|One kW is equal to|1 kW equals} 1000 watts. A 2-kW system {costs|will cost you|is priced at} $4,381 {after|with} tax credits. A {5-kW system will cost you|5-kW system costs|five-kW system will cost} {around $11,000, while a|approximately $11,000, whereas a|about $11,000. A} {10-kW system will run you|10-kW system will cost you|10kW system will cost} {around $22,000|about $22,000|approximately $22,000}.

{Choose from a variety|Pick from a range|Choose from a wide selection} of panels

{All solar panels are not|All solar panels aren’t|Each solar panel is not} {created|made|all created} {equal|to be the same|in the same way}. {Monocrystalline and polycrystalline|Polycrystalline and monocrystalline} solar {panels are the|panels tend to be the ones|panel are} most {common|popular|commonly used} {to power|for powering} homes. {Monocrystalline panels are more efficient than polycrystalline|Polycrystalline solar panels perform better than monocrystalline|They are much more effective than polycrystalline}{,|} {but they also cost more|however, they are also more expensive|but they cost more}. {You might need|It is possible|You may need} to {invest in|purchase|buy} {more efficient panels if you|better panels if you|higher-efficiency panels if} {have limited roof space|have a limited space on your roof|are limited in space for your roof}. Contact us {and know|today and learn|to learn} {how to choose the best|which are the most efficient|what to look for in} solar panels.

{Where you live|The place you reside|Where do you live}

{The cost of going green|Cost of green living|Green energy costs} {depends|is contingent|varies} {on where you live|on the location you live in|upon where you live}. To {determine how many|figure out how many|determine the number of} photovoltaic panels {your system requires|you require for your system|your system needs}{, multiply your hourly| to operate, simply multiply your daily| you need to multiply your} energy {requirements by the peak|needs by the peak|consumption by the maximum} {sunlight hours in your region|sun hours for your area|daylight hours in your area}{, and then divide| and then divide| before dividing} {that number by the wattage|this number by the wattage|that number by the power} of {a|the} PV panel. {It is a good idea|It’s a good idea|It’s best} to have a {range|variety|selection} of {high-wattage and lower-wattage panels|panels with lower and high-wattage|lower-wattage and high-wattage panels}.

{To provide|To meet|In order to meet} {100%|the entirety|all} of their energy {requirements|needs}{, most| the majority of| The majority of} American {homes will need around|houses will require around|homes require about} 30 panels. {Your system’s size will also|The size of your system will|The size of your solar system will} {affect the cost|influence the price|determine the price} {of solar|for solar panel|in solar} panels. {Roof solar panels average about|Solar panels for roofs are typically|Roof solar panels are about} 5 1/2 feet {high|tall|in height} {by|and} {3 feet wide|three feet in width|3-foot wide}. {So consider|Consider|Therefore, think about} the {size|dimensions} {of your roof|that your roofing|the roof}.

Purchasing Options

{You can buy solar panels|Solar panels can be purchased|You can purchase solar panels} {directly, but|in bulk, however|on your own, but} {not everyone has the means|not everyone has the money|many people do not have the funds}. {Although solar panels are expensive|While solar panels can be expensive|Even though solar panels cost a lot} {upfront|initially|in the beginning}{,|} {homeowners and business owners|home owners and businesses|the homeowners as well as business owners} {have options|have alternatives|can take advantage of alternatives}. They can {get|obtain|apply for} {loans, solar leases|loan, leases on solar|credit, loans for solar}{,|} {or power purchase agreements|as well as power purchase agreement|and power purchase contracts} (PPA) {to finance|for financing|in order to fund} their {purchases|purchase}. For more {information on|information about|details on} solar financing {companies, visit|companies, go to the|firms, check out the} [xfield_company] website. This will {help you make|make|assist you in making} {your solar panel purchase|the purchase of your solar panel|your purchase of a solar panel much} {easier|simpler|more convenient}.

How much do Solar Panels save?

{Your energy bills|Your energy costs|The cost of energy} {could be cut|could be reduced|can be reduced} by {as much as|up to|as high as} 75{%| percent} {by switching|through switching|when you switch} to solar {energy|power} systems. {Your location, climate|Your climate, location|The climate, your location,} and energy {requirements|needs} {will all impact|can all affect|will affect} the savings{ that|} {you and your family|the family and you|families and homeowners} {receive|get|enjoy}. {An example: A homeowner|For instance, a homeowner|An example: A home owner} {in|living in} Portland, Oregon could see {a total savings of|an overall savings of|the savings totalling} $38,000. {However, a homeowner living|But, a homeowner who lives|A homeowner living} {in|within} Los Angeles, California, could {save up to $90,000|save as much as $90,000|be able to save up to $90,000}.

[xfield_company] offers a {free calculator tool that will|calculator that is free and can|free calculator tool to} {help you estimate the cost|assist you in estimating the cost|aid you in estimating the costs} and savings {associated with|that come with|of} {installing solar panels in|installing solar panels on|the installation of solar panels at} your home. Different solar calculators {can estimate|will estimate|calculate} {electricity costs differently|the cost of electricity in different ways|the electricity cost in different ways}. {The national average, regional|National averages, regional|Regional averages and national} averages{,|} {and any other information|as well as any other data} {you provide can all|that you supply can|you provide could} {be used to calculate|use to determine|serve to compute} the {numbers|figures|costs}.

The {average|typical} American {electricity bill is|electric bill ranges from|electric bill is between} {$100 to $200|$100-$200} per month. The {average annual energy cost|annual average cost of energy|typical annual cost for electricity} is {approximately $1,500|around $1,500|about $1500}. It {could|can} take {between five and 15|between five and fifteen|anywhere between five and 15} years to {make|earn|turn} {a profit depending|an income based|profits based} on {how much you spend|the amount you pay|the amount you shell out} {out-of-pocket to get|on your own to purchase|in the form of money to buy} {a solar panel system|an solar panel system|an array of solar panels}. {First subtract|Start by subtracting|Then subtract} the {rebates and incentives|incentives and rebates|incentives and rebates you receive} from {your costs to calculate|the cost to determine|the costs you incur to figure out} {how long it will take|the time it takes|how long it would take} to {break even on|make a profit on|reach a point where you are making a profit from} {your savings|the savings you make}. Divide this {number|figure} by {how much you save|the amount you save|the amount you pay} on your utility {bills each|bills every|bill each} year.

The {federal tax credit|tax credit offered by the federal government|tax credit for federal taxes} that is {available for solar panel installation|available for solar panel installations|offered for solar panel installation} {means that most|implies that the majority of|will mean that the majority of} Americans{‘ panels| panel| solar panels} will {pay for themselves in|be paid for in|be able to pay for themselves within} seven years. {The solar investment credit|Solar investment credits|Credit for investment in solar panels} {for|available for|offered for} solar panels {is now|is currently|currently stands at} 26% for {systems installed|systems that are installed|installations} {between 2022 and 2023|in 2022 or 2023|between 2022-2023}. {However, it has been|It has however been|However, it was} {extended|increased|expanded} {by|through|to} Congress to 22{% for systems that are| percent for systems} installed {before|prior to} 2023. {It will then drop|Then, it will drop|It will decrease} to 22{% for systems that were| percent for systems} {installed after|put in place after the year|built after} 2023. {It will expire in 2024|The program will end in 2024|The agreement will expire in 2024}.

{Even though|Although} {your solar panels produce|your solar panels generate|solar panels provide} {100% of your electricity|all of your power|the entire electricity you need}{, you might| however, you could| but you may} {still be charged|be billed} {a utility|for a utility|an electric} bill. Instead of {asking for|requesting} payment, you’ll {get|receive|be able to receive} net metering credits {each|every} month.

How many Solar Panels will I need?

The {number|amount} of panels you {require|need|will require} will {depend on your energy requirements|depend on the energy needs of your home|be contingent on the amount of energy you require}. This will {impact the price|affect the cost|influence the price} of your solar {system|panel}. {You must produce|It is essential to generate|You need to produce} {100%|all|the entire amount} of {your home’s electricity|the electricity used by your home|your home’s power} to {eliminate your electric bills|reduce your electric bill|pay off your electric bills}. {To achieve energy independence|To be energy independent|In order to achieve energy independence}{, most homeowners will need| the majority of homeowners will require| homeowners typically require} between 25 {to|and} 35 panels.

A solar panel {produces|generates|can produce} {approximately one kilowatt hour|about one kilowatt hour|around one kilowatt-hour} (kWh) {per|each|every} day. If {you have|you are able to produce|you’re able to generate} 30 kWh {per day,|per day|a day,} {then you would need|you’ll need|then you’ll require} 30 panels to {produce all|meet|supply all} {your energy requirements|your energy needs|the energy you require}. This {can|could|will} {increase your energy costs|raise your energy bills|add to your energy bill} {if you have to produce|when you need to generate|in the event that you require} additional energy to {heat or cool|cool or heat} {a pool|the pool|an area}.

{You will need|It is important|You’ll need} to know {how many|the number of} kWh {you use per|you consume each|of energy you use each} year {in order to estimate|to determine|to calculate} the {energy you’ll require|amount of energy you’ll need|amount of energy you’ll require}. {This number is listed|The number will be listed|This information is} {on your utility bill|in your bill|on the utility bills} {under|as} “kWh {used|utilized}”. {Take a look at|Check|Look over} your {bills from the last|utility bills from the previous|bills for the past} year to {find|determine|calculate} the {monthly average|average monthly}. Add the kWh{ used|| you used} to {get the total and|arrive at the total, then|find the total and} divide {by|it by} 12.

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{A satellite image of your roof|An image from satellite of the roof|The satellite view of the roofing} {is|can be} used to {calculate how much|determine how much|calculate the amount of} solar {power you can produce|power you could generate|energy you can generate}. {Others use your region’s|Other calculators use your area’s|Others use the region’s} solar radiation to {calculate|determine} the amount of {electricity you can|electricity you could|power you’ll} {generate|produce}. {Some calculators also use|Certain calculators can also calculate|Calculators also take into account} {your typical electricity consumption|the typical consumption of electricity|the average electricity consumption,} {without any other factors|without any other variables|with no other inputs}. If {you are eligible,|you’re eligible,|you’re eligible} solar calculations {could|can|may} include {local, state,|state, local,|state, local} {and federal incentives that can|and federal incentives that could|as well as federal incentives that could} {result in|yield|bring} {significant|substantial} savings.

To {make your calculations more precise|ensure that your calculations are more precise|improve the accuracy of your calculations}{, consider adding in periods| Consider adding in times| You can add in time periods} {when solar power is less|where solar power isn’t|that solar power is not} available. For {example, when|instance, when|example, if} it’s {cloudy,|cloudy|dark and cloudy,} or {at night|in the evening|during the night}. This can be {done|accomplished} {in two ways|by two methods}:

{Battery backups can be used|Batteries backup can be used|Backup batteries can be utilized} to store {power and provide|power and supply|energy and provide} {power when the sun doesn’t|energy when the sun doesn’t|electricity when the sun does not} shine. There are {many types|a variety|numerous kinds} of solar batteries{, so| available, so|, therefore} {it’s important to contact|it is important to get in touch with|it’s essential to call} [xfield_company] and we will {provide the best|recommend the most suitable|find the right} {one for you|one for you|option for you}.

{If your system isn’t|In the event that your solar system has trouble|When your equipment isn’t} {producing enough electricity|producing enough power|generating enough electricity}{, buyback agreements can| Buyback agreements can help| buyback agreements may} {offset the costs of purchasing|reduce the cost of buying|be used to offset the cost of purchasing} {electricity from the utility company|electric power from the company that supplies it|energy from the utilities company}. {The utility company|Utility companies|They} will {pay|reimburse|compensate} you for {the extra|any extra|the additional} {electricity|energy|power} {generated by your solar energy|produced by your solar energy|generated by your solar power} system, {if it produces|in the event that it generates} more {power than your home needs|energy than what your home requires|power than your home’s needs} {when the sun shines|in the time of sun’s rays|when the sun is shining}. This is {called|referred to as|known as} an “avoided {expense|cost}”. {This rate is typically|The cost is usually|This is usually} {less than half the price|less than half of the cost|lower than half of what} the utility company {charges|is charged|pays} for electricity.

{Although these calculations may|While these calculations might|Although these calculations can} {seem complicated|appear complicated|seem complex}{, they are essential| but they are vital| however, they are crucial} {if you want to get|for obtaining|in order to find} the {best|most efficient|ideal} solar {power|energy} system for your {house|home}.

How are solar panels installed?

The {hardest part about|most difficult part of|toughest part of} installing solar panels {in|on|at} your home is{ actually|} the {research|investigation|study}. {Between the moment|From the time} you receive {a quote|an estimate} {from|by|for the installation from} [xfield_company] and when {your|the} {solar panel installation|installation of solar panels|Solar panel} is {complete|completed|finished} {can take anywhere|could take anywhere|will take} {from one to|between one and} four months. Six steps {can be used|are able|could be used} to {describe the entire process|explain the entire process|describe the entire procedure}:

  • {Purchase your solar panel equipment|Buy your solar panel equipment|Get your solar panel system}{ -|} {Inverters and panels are|Panels and inverters are|The panels and the inverters comprise} {the|among the} most {critical|crucial|important} {pieces of equipment for|components of|elements of} {any residential solar power system|any solar power system for residential use|every residential solar power system}. {While|Although|Even though} {your|the|you} [xfield_company] installer may {make recommendations, most people|offer suggestions, the majority of people|provide recommendations, most} {find it easier to understand|are able to comprehend|can better understand} {how solar panels work|the workings of solar panels|how solar panels function} and {choose the right|select the best|then select the appropriate} solar {panels for them|panels for their needs|panel for them}.
  • {Hire an expert|Engage an experienced|Employ an expert} electrical engineer {consultant to review|to evaluate|consultant to analyze} the system {before you buy|prior to purchasing|prior to buying}. This will {ensure you get|help you ensure that you purchase|ensure that you receive} the {best system for you|most efficient system for your needs|right system for you}.
  • {An engineer|A technician|Engineers} {from|of the|working for} [xfield_company] solar installation will {visit your home|come to your home|be at your residence}.
  • {Once you have|After you’ve|Once you’ve} {signed a contract,|agreed to a deal,|completed a formal contract} {meeting|a meeting|having a meeting} with an engineer {at home|in your home|at your home} is the first {sign|indication|indicator} that {your solar panel installation|the installation of your solar panels} {has progressed|is progressing|has been progressing}. The engineer will {check|make sure|verify} {that your roof is able|whether your roof is built|whether your roof is strong enough} to {support|bear} the {weight of solar panels|solar panels’ weight} and {inspect|also examine|examine} {your circuit breaker and|the circuit breaker as well as your} electrical panel. {Once the engineer has determined|After the engineer has concluded|Once the engineer has decided} that your {home is structurally|house is structurally|home’s structure is} {sound enough for|solid enough to support|sturdy enough for} {solar panel installation|the installation of solar panels|solar panel installations}, {you can|you are able to|it is time to} {start filling out|begin filling out|begin filling in} {forms|the forms|applications}.
  • Complete the {paperwork|form|forms}.
  • {The majority of the|The bulk of|A majority of the} paperwork {should|must|needs to} {be handled|be dealt with|get handled} {by|through|in the hands of} [xfield_company] installers, {including federal and state|including state and federal|which includes federal and state} tax incentives{, rebates, PACE,| rebates, PACE,| rebates, rebates, PACE and} other {clean energy financing initiatives|financing programs for clean energy|financing initiatives for clean energy}{, and| and| as well as} {solar renewable energy certificates|SRECs for solar energy.|the solar Renewable Energy Certificates} (SRECs). {However you should also|But you must|But it is important to} be aware of {where|the location} and what {documents are|paperwork is|forms are} being {filed|submitted}. [xfield_company] installer will {help you to apply|assist you in submitting applications|assist you with submitting an application} for {federal and state|state and federal} incentives. They {may also assist you|can also help you|will also be able to assist} with local {building permits and restrictions|construction permits and restrictions|building permits and regulations}. {After all paperwork has been|Once all paperwork is|After all paperwork is} {filed|completed|submitted} and {approved|accepted}, [xfield_company] installer will {order the equipment that|purchase the solar panel|install the equipment} you {chose when you signed|selected when signing|picked when you signed} {your|the} contract. {Then, you’ll|After that, you’ll|You’ll then} be added to {a queue|a list|the queue} {of solar panel installers|for solar panel installation|that includes solar panel contractors}.
  • [xfield_company]Sola Group will do the heavy lifting.
  • {Installation of solar panels takes|The installation of solar panels can take|Installing solar panels takes} {just|only} {a few|several|one or two} days. To {ensure everything is intact|make sure everything is in good order|ensure that everything is functioning} {after the engineer’s visit,|following the visit of an engineer,|after the engineer’s visit} {the solar panel installer|your solar installer|solar panel installation} {prepares|will prepare|will clean} your roof. {The next step is|Next step|Following that, you need} {to install|to put in|installing} {electrical wiring that connects|the electrical wiring that connects|the electrical wiring to connect} {your panels with|the panels to|your panels to} your power {system|source}. To {support the panels|help support the panels|ensure the panels are supported}{, racks are attached| racks, they are connected| racks, they are attached} to {your|the} roof. The {racking is|racks are then|racks are} {placed|set|put} on {top|the top|the roof}. The panels are{ then|} {connected to inverters or control circuitry|hooked up to control circuitry or inverters|joined to the inverter or controller circuitry} {that converts|which convert|that convert} solar {power into usable energy|energy into usable energy|power into energy usable}.
  • One last check.
  • Before you{ can|| are able to} {connect your panels to the|join your solar panels with the|attach your panel to} grid{,|} {a representative from|an official from|the representative of} {your local government must approve|the local government has to approve|your local government must be able to approve} and {verify that your|confirm that the|ensure that your} {installer is doing a good|installer is doing a great|installation is doing a satisfactory} job. The inspector {inspects for any|will look for|checks for} {faulty wiring,|defective wiring, or|unsafe wiring, and} {violations of electrical or|infractions to electrical or|violation of} {roof setback codes|roofing setback code violations|rooftop setback rules}.
  • {Turn the switch|Switch it on|Make the switch}.

{Finally|Then|In the end}{, your| you will be able to connect your| the} [xfield_company] will send {a representative|an agent|an official} {to connect your|for you to join your|who will connect the} solar panel{ system|} {to|with|on} its grid.

{We are just|We are|We’re just} {a phone or email call|an email or phone call|one phone call or email} {away|just a phone or email call}

[xfield_company] doesn’t sell {you a set of parts|you a complete set of components|the parts} when you {buy your|purchase your|purchase a} solar {panel system|panels|system}. {So you can feel confident|Therefore, you can be confident|You can therefore feel comfortable} {installing solar like a pro|that you’re installing solar with the confidence of a professional|in the installation process like a pro}{, our experts will guide| Our experts will help| Our expert technicians will guide} you through {every|each} step of the {process|procedure}.

Why Choose [xfield_company]?

[xfield_company] is a {leader in solar|pioneer in solar|leading solar company}. {We are committed|We’re committed|We’re dedicated} to making {your customer experience|the experience of our customers|your experience as a customer} {a top|the top|an absolute} priority.

{All questions about|All inquiries regarding|Any questions regarding} solar panels, {micro inverters|micro-inverters}{, DIY solar installations,| and DIY solar installations| as well as DIY solar installations} and the {federal tax credit for solar|tax credit that solar panels receive from the federal government} are {welcome|welcomed} {by our solar experts|from our experts in solar|with our expert solar technicians}.



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