The first step to a long lasting system

Solmetric Suneye 210

We use the  Solmetric Suneye 210 which  is the  latest in shading analysis tools to be able to record the most accurate measurements that are unique to the customers location. The Suneye is able to take a view of where the solar array will be located to determine the time of day and year that shading may occur, if any. From there, we connect the Suneye to our computer where we can print out custom  charts and graphs to explain your solar access and design an ideal PV system.

Ground Mounts

Although generally more simple than roof mounted systems, ground mounts still present there own unique challenges.

  • Ground conditions
  • Existing utilities
  • Trenching
  • Mounting methods

Before any ground PV system is started, we contact the proper authorities to establish existing utilities. From there, we work with a local screw pile company to make ground pole mounts a breeze.



Roof Mounts

There are many challenges that can arise with roof mounting PV systems whether its a low-slope or steep-slope roof.

  • Structural integrity of roof
  • Roof condition (remaining life of roof)
  • Roof warranties just to name a few

Each of our systems are structurally engineered to ensure they will be there for years to come. 


Site Analysis

 A proper solar site analyisis during the consultation is the first step in delivering a long lasting, reliable solar PV system.  . This is a simple process that  can take as little as a hour.  During this the designer will

  • Inspect electrical panel(s)
  • Establish location for solar components
  • Shading analysis
  • Roof inspection
  • Establish conduit runs