All of the products we source and install are American-made, of the highest quality, and customized for our client's structure, power needs, and energy goals.
Panasonic HIT® Black
HIT® Black solar panels provides your home with a powerful combination of immediate energy savings, long term performance, and superior curb appeal.
High module efficiency of 19.7% provides higher power output and greater energy yields
A low temperature coefficient of -0.258%/°C produces higher output at high temperatures
Heterojunction technology with ultra-thin amorphous silicon layers reduces electron loss
Remarkably low annual degradation ¬@ 0.26%
Generac battery back-up systems
Generac PWRcell is an intelligent energy storage system. Equipped with PWRview energy monitoring technology, PWRcell protects you during times of power outage and allows you to control your energy usage to save on utility costs.
Get through the night on stored solar
Protect what’s important, home and family, during power outages
Lower energy bills and avoid peak rates
Gain greater independence from the grid
Sistine Solar | Aesthetic Solar
Designed by MIT engineers, SolarSkin is an aesthetic overlay that transforms the look of any solar panel. It can make the panel blend in with a homeowner's roof no matter what color, pattern, or style.
Graphics customized to blend in with your roof, any color, any pattern, any style
Acts as an additional layer of protection for your panels, enhancing their life
PEACE OF MIND
Tested at the world's premier solar labs, designed to last, all while boosting home value
Solar patio covers are part of an emerging category of solar that uses a structure other than the roof of your home or business as the framework for a solar system installation. These structures are often commonly referred to as “solar pergolas”.
The majority of small-scale solar installations go on the roof, but not every roof is ideal for solar. Luckily, if you have the right space, there are plenty of other system designs that you can use for your solar panels. These include ground-mounted solar systems, solar carport, and solar trees – and now you can add solar patio covers and solar gazebos to that list.
Your solar panels can be installed on an existing structure, or you can choose to make an upgrade that you’ve already been considering for your home even better by incorporating solar panels into the plan.