Solar Removal and Reinstallation for a new roof:
If you have solar and you need a new roof, trust the professionals to make sure your system is reinstalled correctly. Here are the services we provide to navigate this process.
Remove the solar system, protect roof penetrations, equipment and wiring.
Coordinate with the roofer to install new roof penetrations for your solar system.
Reinstall solar racking, panels, inverters and wiring.
Click on the Request A Service Quote button below and let us know how we can help remove and reinstall your solar system for your next roofing project.
Solar Panel Cleanings:
With our deionizing filtration cleaning system, we typically see around a 5-10% increase in production, with extreme cases up to 50%! Yearly inspections can increase the longevity of your system, identify issues on your roof and with your solar.
While rain may remove dust, it does not remove the large particles that cause the biggest impact to the solar production.
Our sister company, Pura Vida Solar goes above and beyond and will clean skylights, look for noticeable issues on your roof, and notify the homeowner of anything they find.
String Inverter Replacements:
String inverters are complex mechanical devises and are susceptible to failure over time. When a string inverter fails, it affects the production of all solar panels on one string or all those feeding the inverter. Acting quickly is important to ensuring minimal loss of production on your system. System monitoring can usually be purchased to track string inverter production and increase the probability of catching an issue quickly.
The primary function of a string inverter is to take direct current (DC) electricity produced by the solar panels and converting this power to alternating current (AC) electricity, which can be used in your household. A string inverter can handle numerous solar panels and they are more susceptible to a loss of productivity due to shading compared to optimizers and micro inverters.
Micro Inverter Replacements:
Micro inverters are complex mechanical devises and their compact design can occasionally lead to failures over time. When we monitor your system, we can typically identify these issues right away and replace the inverter to limit your system down-time.
Micro inverters are installed on the panel or racking underneath the solar panels. Their primary function is taking direct current (DC) electricity produced by the solar panels and converting this power to alternating current (AC) electricity, which can be used in your household. There is a single micro inverter for each solar panel, and therefore they are highly efficient at isolating shading issues and failures in a solar system. System monitoring is typically included with a micro inverter system.