Solar Panels Built To Last
Our solar panels have a level of efficiency and durability that exceeds industry standards. Our American-Made solar panels are backed by a 25-year-warranty.
With solar predicted to take over 60% of renewable energy growth worldwide in the next 5-years, there hasn't been a better time to go solar.
Net Metering - An Additional Return On Your Investment
Your home solar panel system will sometimes generate more energy that you need or are using at a given time. This process is called net metering.
The excess energy can be sent back to the power grid, turning your power meter backwards and getting you a credit on your power bill. It allows you to use up your solar generated power, and your credits first to help reduce or even eliminate your power bill each month.
Sunlight reaches the solar panels where the absorb the rays and begin to generate electricity
The electric current then begins to flow into the inverter. This device changes the DC electricity into AC which your home uses.
The AC electrical current begins moving from the inverter to the breaker box, where it can be used by your devices and appliances in your home.
After your home uses the electricity it needs any excess generated moves back the utility meter and enters the electrical grid. You get a credit for the excess electricity on your power bill. If you need more than your panels can generate, the additional electricity can be pulled from the power grid.
Solar Panel F.A.Q.
Solar inverters are used to turn the energy that your solar panels collect as DC energy and convert it to AC power that your home can use.
Unused energy is sent back to the power grid so you can get credits on your power bill where net metering is available.
Sunlight first hits the panels on your home. The panels then turn the sunlight into DC energy. Once the energy is collect it's turned into AC energy that your home can use via the power inverter. The power inverter allows the power to travel to the breaker box where it can then be used by the appliances and devices throughout your home.
Where net metering is available, the excess energy you generate can be passed through to the grid. This generates credits on your power bill. Those credits can then be used during low production hours such as at night so that you keep your bill low.