Maine Solar Panels: Take Back Your Energy
Although Maine is often more known for its cold winters, it is still a prime location for harnessing the power of the sun using solar panels.
Not convinced? Consider that Massachusetts, just to the south, is the eight largest solar-powered state in the US in terms of solar energy production. Given that Maine is so much larger than Massachusetts, this just means there's even more opportunity.
Solar energy provided by solar panels offers a number of benefits. From helping lower your carbon footprint so that you can do your part to fight climate change to freeing you from existing power grids to make off-grid living better, solar power is ideal for every type of Maine resident.
If you’re considering making the switch to solar power, get in touch with Urban Sol Energy. A local company based out of Portland, we’ve got the experience, commitment, and pricing to make solar a reality and help you take your energy back.
Why Choose Urban Sol Energy?
When it comes time to install solar panels in your home, you have quite a few choices across the state of Maine. However, at Urban Sol Energy, we do things a bit differently, which is why we believe we’re the only choice.
Here are some of the reasons why you should hire us to install your solar panels in Maine.
Experienced Solar Energy Professionals
Although home solar panels are a relatively new phenomenon, the technology has been around for some time. Therefore, experience in the field means a lot. It can lead to a better plan and a better project, helping boost energy efficiency and save you money.
Urban Sol Energy. Your Local Maine Solar Panel Installers
At Urban Sol Energy, we’re committed to helping Maine residents install solar panels in their homes, contribute to the fight against climate change, and become energy independent. To fulfill this commitment, we provide the following services:
Solar Energy Assessment
The very first step in any home solar project is a solar assessment. To do this, we send one of our many experienced solar energy professionals out to your home so that they can measure your roof and estimate how much energy you might be able to generate on your property.
From there, we will make recommendations on how to proceed with your solar project.
In some cases, our assessors might find that solar energy doesn’t actually make sense on your property. But when this is the case, we’re not going to push solar panels on you. Instead, we will be honest, and then we can sit down and discuss alternative options. While solar is our specialty, our team is well-versed in a number of different types of renewable energy and can help you figure something out that works for you and helps you achieve your goals.
After your assessment, if you decide to go forward with solar panel installation, the next step on our end will be to map out the entire project. We will detail for you the entire process, providing accurate timelines so that you know exactly what to expect throughout the course of the project, and, most importantly, when you will have your solar panels installed and ready to go.
We will also take care of all the necessary permits. Most solar panel installations require pre-approval from local building and zoning committees. But you won’t have to worry about this at all. We’ll get all these permits and anything else you need so that all you have to do is sit back and wait for your solar panels to be installed.
Solar Panel Installation
Once the project is planned out and ready to go, we’ll then move forward with the actual installation process. We have an entire team of solar panel installers specialized in this kind of work. So, once again, you don’t have to do anything at all. In fact, you don’t even have to be on the premises if you want to avoid the noise.
Solar panel installation can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks depending on the size of your home and the complexity of your roof design. But we’ll let you know the timeline before we start so that you know exactly what to expect.
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