Residential Solar Installation

Residential Solar Panel Installation: A Complete Guide

Residential Solar installation-SmallEnergyBill.comHomeowners can switch to clean energy and take control of their home energy production for years to come with residential solar installation from Small Energy Bill.

We are committed to helping you get unstuck from paying high utility bills.

The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) reported that all new homes built must have residential solar installation. If you own the solar energy system, you will be eligible for the Investment Tax Credit.

We offer a full turn-key home solar installation service for newly built properties and existing homes.

Our solar engineers and technicians who are among the best in the industry can install your solar panels so that you can enjoy a greener way to power your home.

Get one for your home by giving us a call today!

Residential Solar Panel Home Installation

For a residential solar energy system, the most common location for the installation of solar photovoltaic panels is the roof.

Most residential roofs in the state typically have the desired specifications for the installation.

Moreover, with the most ideal weather conditions in this sunny state, the panels will be installed to get maximum sunlight. We will make sure that there are no objects blocking your residential solar panels’ access to the sun.

You can expect our expert solar installers to do the following steps during your solar panel home installation:

1. Scaffolding Set Up

First, we will erect the scaffolding to ensure safety during the whole installation process when our installers are on your roof.

2. Installation of the Solar Panel Mounts

Our expert technicians will then set up the residential solar panel mounting system which will support the base of your solar panels. We will tilt the whole mounting structure to the perfect angle where your home solar panels will be able to have maximum sunlight exposure. The angle will be between 18 and 36 degrees for solar efficiency.

3. Installation of the Solar Panels

Once the solar mounts are properly set up on your roof, we will install your residential solar panels on your mounting structure. You are assured that our experienced solar installers will tighten up all the bolts and nuts so that your home solar panels will stay stable.

4. Wiring the Solar Panels

This next step in the home solar panel installation process involves installing the electrical wiring. We use the best quality wiring suited for all types of solar panels and make sure that we carry out all wiring safely.

5. Installation of the Solar Inverter

Solar Power Installation-SmallEnergyBill.comWe have the best-trained home solar panel installation technicians who know how to properly connect a solar inverter to your system.

We typically install it near the main panel either indoors or outdoors, but we recommend that they be kept in a cooler place for maximum efficiency.

If you prefer that it will be installed outdoors, we will ensure that it is kept out from the afternoon sun.

The garage or utility room in your home is usually the best place where they are installed indoors because they can stay cool for most of the year.

6. Installation of the Solar Battery

Having a solar battery will allow you to be able to store excess electricity that you generate from your residential solar panels.

This stored energy can be accessed when the weather is not very ideal for solar generation like cloudy days and during winter.

We install the best quality solar batteries where your inverter is connected. This will lower your solar battery storage system costs during the residential solar panel installation.

7. Connecting the Inverter to the Consumer Unit

Our technicians will connect your inverter to your consumer unit to generate electricity.

We will also connect a generation meter to monitor the amount of electricity that your home solar panels produce.

This smart system will give you access to the performance of your residential solar system on your computer.

You can check how much electricity your system generates at different times of the day and better schedule your use of appliances.

8. Starting and Testing Your Home Solar Panels

The last step in the residential solar panel system installation process is to switch on your system and test it.

If everything is working and functioning well, your home solar installation is complete.

How Much Does it Cost to Install Residential Solar Panels?

Over a million households in the U.S. have now switched to solar panels to power their homes with free, clean energy generated by the sun.

We pride ourselves on residential solar panel installations at a cost-competitive price.

Here’s what you can expect to invest in a residential solar panel installation:

According to EnergySage, you can expect to spend an average of $12,282 to $16,618. On a cost per watt ($/W) basis, a solar panel installation ranges in price from $2.46 to $3.32.

Residential Solar Panel-SmallEnergyBill.comThis is the average cost for property owners who would like to install their own home solar panel system that they buy outright through cash payment or a loan and to those who avail of the various financing options available.

Small Energy Bill is your trusted solar panel home installer who is honest and professional in helping you understand how much it will cost you to install a home solar panel system.

We will give you a detailed quote accounting for the solar incentives and tax rebates that are applicable to your solar installation.

Secure Your Energy For the Future With a Home Solar Installation

Our quality residential solar panel installation will allow you to pre-purchase your future energy to protect you and your family from future energy price increases and outages while helping save money and the environment.

Get started with us today!