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Step 1 Assessment:
Our experienced consultants listen to your needs and show you service options, product choices, and determine a timeline for your project.

  • Online software is used to assess your property for solar viability  
  • We can provide you with a rough sketch showing how solar will fit on your roof or property
  • Locally made and North American made modules are available
  • There are a variety of inverters available.  SMA and Solar Edge are two examples.  


Step 2 Planning
We conduct a detailed site analysis for projects and work directly with the customer to implement an efficient, aesthetic design.  We handle all the paperwork necessary for your solar project (utility interconnection, HOA, Energy Trust, Department of Energy, and jurisdictional permitting).

Every project is unique.  We take the time to plan out the design that makes sense for the project and customer.  We determine the best route for conduit and equipment installation.  We identify any potential issues and find solutions. 

Step 3 Implementation
Our owner oversees every project from design,  permitting, and material acquisition, through installation.  You are in good hands with an expert in operations management.

Being able to coordinate a project takes a great deal of skill and attention to detail.  Our owner, Sean, has over 22 years of experience in the construction field.  He has worked 18 years as an electrician, the last eight years has been in the renewable energy field.  He has ten years of project management and operations experience building large commercial and residential electrical projects.  He treats every project like it's his own, striving for perfection in every case. 

Step 4 After Installation 
We complete a detailed project review, providing information about any warranties or system details.  After your solar power system is installed, your utility company will swap your meter for a new bi-directional meter. This will allow you to add excess solar to the utility grid.  

You will produce clean renewable energy year round.  However, you will have the greatest chance of producing excess power during the summer months.  For PGE and Pacific Power, you will receive kilowatt credits for any excess energy produced.  You can use your credits during months when you are not producing as much (e.g. winter months). 

Project Process- We Make Going Solar Easy!