Consistency is key, which is why when you choose to go solar with Comerford solar, you'll have one main point of contact to simplify the experience. On the day the install is scheduled, your Solar Consultant will meet you at job site to introduce the crew. This friendly bunch of service professionals know what it means to put in a hard days work.
Solar Photovoltaic Installs can be thought of in terms of three main phases, the racking, the electrical, and the equipment. The racking is the structure that affixes the Solar Modules to the business' roof. Essentially these highly engineered structures are attached to the roof and are directly secured into the rafters or other substructure. These penetrations are then flashed and sealed to ensure no leakage occurs.
Once these struts are fashioned securely, the railing is connected. The railing is the portion of the racking that acts as the main support for the solar modules. This racking is the backbone of the solar energy system, and is the framework responsible for keeping the modules secure in extremely inclement weather.
When we refer to the electrical, we refer to the inversion system, and the wiring/conduit needed to connect the Solar Modules to the breaker box and thus to your business. This wiring is done by expert electricians to ensure no wires get crossed (Pun slightly intended). Conduit is laid on the roof to house the wiring safely shielding it from the elements. This conduit is then attached to the racking and secured with accordance to NEC Code, and fed into your breaker box. The only thing left to do is attach the solar modules.
In the effort to continually reduce costs, we coordinate with our preferred suppliers to drop off the equipment on-site. Not only does this reduce our carbon footprint and costs in fuel, but it also allows us the opportunity to deliver our crew in ultra high-efficiency vehicles instead of great big trucks. Not only is this better for the environment, but it allows us to pass even more savings directly to you.
After the equipment is unloaded, the crew jumps into action carefully hoisting the panels up onto the roof and onto the racking. The panels are secured onto the racking and wired into the conduit that was laid out earlier. With the micro inversion process that we use with Enphase, we will at this point initiate the global monitoring system. This monitoring system allows you to check the performance of the Solar Energy System from anywhere on the planet. We know that you might not check your energy production while your on vacation in Bangladesh, but it's nice to know that you could.
Looking for another step? Sorry to disapoint, but that's all folks! Not only is consistency key, but we believe simplicity is equally important. With this in mind you can see we make sure that our processes are as straightforward and simple as possible. When things get complicated, mistakes happen. It doesn't get any simpler than that.
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