The Process of Going Solar
Energy Shield of New Hampshire has simplified the process of going solar for New Hampshire homeowners.
Once you decide to go solar here are the steps our team will walk with you through:
In our initial meeting we are focused on your goals for wanting to go solar. Each homeowner has varying motivations for going solar. While some just want a cheaper electric bill some, others want to go off the grid entirely. It’s our job to educate homeowners on making informed decisions that will best serve their needs and goals. We do this without any hard closing sales tactics. We don’t believe in pressure sales because no one likes high pressure sales.
Once the initial consultation is completed and we have an understanding of your goals our team will begin evaluating your property. This will include measuring your roofing system, inspecting your roofing system for age longevity, evaluating the direct sunlight on the varying sections of your roof, and looking over your electrical.
Once the evaluation is complete our team will meet with you again to discuss possible locations for your solar array to be built. This will allow us to create a custom proposal for your home and property.
We strive to provide each homeowner we consult with a custom proposal within 24-48 hours from our appointment. This proposal will provide an overview of the project. In this proposal we will have a general outline for design and any expected costs associated with going solar. Although a lot of companies advertise that it is free, there is an investment. Even if that invested payment of your financing is $50-$150 per month cheaper than your current electric bill, there is an investment.
We offer financing options for your solar project through Service Financial. This allows us to provide you with great rates and a flexible plan in order to meet your individual needs.
Many of our customers have seen an installment loan for their solar AND a new roof at a lower monthly payment than their current electric bill.
We will take care of all permitting that pertains to your solar project, this includes filing with the utility company, applying for engineering and any electrical and/or building permits your town or city requires.
This also includes filing a certificate of completion with the utility company after your project has been completed which will allow you to partake in the net metering program.
Our team will provide you with a timeframe in which your project will be completed. If your project includes a new roofing system as well as solar, our crew will coordinate for the whole project to be completed with as little disruption to your time as possible.
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