Let’s start with the big boy of the group. This is a fairly large solar installation, but some families just have a larger need. This one was 36 total panels, and this homeowner has reported peak generation of 1,320 kWh in a single month. Some houses with more roof area can handle more panels, and when that happens, it’s possible to meet 100% or more of your electricity needs. This particular installation routinely sells power back to the grid.
This is a backyard overhead shot from a drone, showing which sides of the roof we installed the solar panels. Note here that the solar panels had to go around the vents in the roof, along with being placed where the pitch of the roof is not going to wash rainwater or debris over the panels.
Moving on, once we did one neighbor, we had the other one call us and say, “Hey, uh… you forgot our house.” So we came back a month later and installed solar panels on their roof too.
We don’t install trampolines in your backyard, but we can also state that trampolines are fun, and there is a 50/50 chance our installers did a backflip on this trampoline. But really, this overhead shot really shows how we maximize the space available on your roof. We factor in things like where we will get the most sunlight, where the pitches on your roof are, and where it’s efficient to place panels.