Many people question if they can use solar roofing in the winter. There’s no need to worry about the snowy weather interfering with your energy source because solar panels are just as effective in the winter as they are in the summer.
Solar energy is both eco-friendly and renewable. You’ll do your part for the Earth and always have access to solar power (even if the grid shuts down!)
Take into account how shady your surroundings are. Our detailed modeling can help you figure out how much solar energy your home will generate. It could be a lot more than you think!
The answer is yes! New Hampshire has 33% more sunlight than Germany, one of the world’s largest users of solar energy. Solar panels are actually more effective in lower temperatures, adapting to shorter daylight hours and operating just as well as they do in the summer.
We provide a free consultation to explore your solar roof installation. At the onset of the timeline, our experts will meet with you to review your solar roofing needs, aspirations, and goals. During the site evaluation, we’ll gather measurements, do a shade analysis, and inspect your electrical systems.
We’ll plan your solar roofing system, obtain all required town/city approvals, submit your utility interconnection, and then coordinate and install your solar system. This procedure usually takes 30-60 days to complete.
Do you want to learn more about solar roof installation in Bow, NH? Fill out our form today to book your free roof inspection and consultation with Energy Shield of New Hampshire!
We founded Energy Shield of New Hampshire over 40 years ago to provide home improvement and energy efficiency services to our community. We’re a family-owned business that believes in establishing long-term connections with customers and enhancing the beauty of their homes. Our work has been commended by repeat clients, home and business owner referrals, and the Better Business Bureau. Choose Energy Shield for a top-notch solar installation in Bow, NH!
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