The Solar Electric Job Process
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Step 1 - Initial phone/web contact
First we will need to collect your last twelve months electrical usage history. This will give us a great snap shot your past usage to help gauge the size of your system requirements.
We will also look at satellite imagery of your property to make an initial assessment of the solar harvest potential. If everything looks good we schedule a free initial site evaluation visit.
Step 2 - Initial Site Evaluation
During the initial site evaluation visit we can survey your property to confirm the solar harvest potential. Using a nifty technological device called a Sun Eye, we will gather measurements and specific data so that we can design a site map which highlights the highest level solar orientation areas on your roof or within your property boundary.
We will also evaluate the condition of the roof and life expectancy.
Step 3 - Energy Audit
We will perform an energy audit which details the various ways you can use conservation and other product services to maximize your new solar systems efficiency. This step is crucial to make sure your solar system will provide you the highest return on your energy investment.
Step 4 - Formal Proposal
Pure Solar Power will prepare a detailed proposal for your home solar electric system.
There’s no obligation and it’s free.
Your system designer will work with you to customize a solar electric system which meets your electrical needs, your home’s architecture and your financial goals. Your system proposal will outline the size of solar electric system, services included, government incentives, environmental profile, pricing and a comprehensive financial analysis.
Step 5 - We File Rebate Paperwork for You
With a signed agreement, Pure Solar Power will reserve your state rebate, secure your city/county permits and coordinate with the utility on the installation of your new solar system. We then order the solar electric equipment and schedule the installation date.
Step 6 - Installation
Installations, including electrical inspections and utility interconnection approval, will typically take around five days for an average home or business. We will clean up every day and communicate the next day’s work schedule, keeping you informed of the jobs progress.
Step 7 - Commissioning
Upon city inspection approval of the solar electric system installation, they will call the utility company for their interconnection approval. This normally takes up to five working days. After the utility approves your solar electric systems commissioning, we will energize the system.
Congratulations, you are now an independent energy producer. Your solar electric system is warranted for 10 years covering workmanship. Your modules and micro inverters are warranted for 25 years or 10 years if using a central inverter.