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How it Works

Our Day Star

It all starts with our day star, the Sun. Formed over 4.6 billion years ago, our Sun uses a process known as 

nuclear fusion in order to create energy. This is a process in which 600 million tons of hydrogen are fused into helium every second. 


The Sun outputs 1,368 W/m (watts per meters squared) of energy at a distance of 1 astronomical unit (AU). 

This is approximately the distance from earth to the 

Sun and therefore about the same amount of energy

 exerted onto a square meter by sunlight.



Telescopic Image Of the Sun

Solar Panels


Cluster of Photovoltic Cells

Solar panels are made by several different manufacturers and while they may sport different specs and prices, almost all of them operate using the same structure.

Solar panels utilize photovoltaic cells in order to absorb energy from sunlight. This is achieved by using semiconductors to interact with photons from sunlight which induces a DC electric current.

In order to convert the incoming DC current to the AC standard utilized by most appliances, the panels utilize a solar inverter.

The energy generated by the panel is distributed throughout the connected area, and excess energy could be fed back into the electric grid. This saves you money by having the electric company compensate you for energy you aren't using.

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Solar in 6 Easy Steps!

On the Phone

1: Call or go online to set up an appointment

2: We evaluate your roof to see if it qualifies for our promotion and solar panels


3: We send team member (not a salesman) out, or through Zoom, to sign paperwork and pick the type of panels

4: We apply for the permits


5: We send our professional team to complete the installation

6: Get the final approval and enjoy!



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