Frequently Asked Questions

Solar panels cost less than conventional electrical systems in many markets. There are many ways to get solar energy in your home with little to nothing upfront and you can actually save on your energy costs.

We provide 25 years power production warranty on our solar panel systems and 5 or 10 years limited warranty on inverters. Our systems will keep your business or home solar power protected for years to come.

Our team of solar specialists will install solar power system on your roof as quick as possible. Our general installation time frame ranges from 1 to 4 weeks.

Each and every household needs vary significantly depending upon many factors including – household insulation, and the energy required to run the different appliance.

We believe in quality and hence our solar system meets the strict quality criteria to qualify. We comply with all state regulations for electrical safety and system inspection.

You can install separate bi-directional (import-export) meter if you wish to take advantage of the feed-in tariffs.

Yes, your solar power system comes under your housing policy. Make sure to inform your insurance company in advance about the installation of solar panel. Ask your insurance company to make sure your sum insured is sufficient to cover your assets, including your newly installed solar panel.

Well, there is no thumb rule, panels can be mounted anywhere from east through north to west and earn get performance. However, panels mounted on a roof slope facing north direction have shown greater efficiency. If you don’t have an appropriate roof, panels can be installed on frames in a sunnier part of the property. This is an additional cost, which needs to be quoted individually.

Our panels are made up of semiconductor that captures the sufficient sun’s energy and channels it through discreetly placed wires to an inverter, where it’s transformed into electricity to power your home. If your solar power system produces more power than you need, it feeds the power back into the electricity grid.

Many factors influence this calculation –

  • The cost of electricity
  • Level of feed-in tariffs,
  • Size of your system,
  • The temperature of the panels for the location selected
  • The amount of the sunshine available throughout the year

Based on this factor, it will be estimated that how much power produced by your system. You can use our solar calculator to estimate how much energy a solar system will generate.

Well, you can! But we will suggest you install the largest system keeping your future needs in mind and that suits to your budget range. If you want to add a further panel to your system then make sure to check the capacity of your inverter. However, the addition of more panels may require the system to be upgraded if the regulatory authorities change the installation requirements. Installation of micro inverters will allow the flexibility of being able to enhance the size of the system without the associated costs of upgrading your original installation.

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