At ElecGreen Solutions, our goal is to make the process of going solar as quick and painless as possible for you. This means that we will work tirelessly to get your project done on time and on budget.
Step 1: Initial Proposal
The first step of the process is to get an initial proposal from us. We create this based on a couple of main things you provide:
Your address (and a satellite image of your house).
1 year's worth of consumption information.
If you think that it is likely a possibility that you are going solar, we recommend that you start the Canada Greener Homes Grant process as soon as possible
Step 2: Site Visit and Drone Photo
Once you have seen the initial proposal and would like to consider the possibility of getting solar, we will conduct a site visit. This will include a drone photo which will allow for a better picture in the final proposal. As well as an electrical panel and meter inspection to see any possible electrical work that might need to get done.
Step 3: Final Proposal
The next step is for us to create your final proposal which will be the one installed on your house if you so choose so. This will include the panels and inverters that we will be using on your system. As well as some simulated data such as ROI, payback period, energy offset, etc.
Step 4: Permit and utility application
After you approve the final proposal, we will go ahead and apply for any necessary electrical or building permits that may be required for the job. We will also apply with your local utility for the approval of your solar system.
Step 5: System Install
One of the last steps is to install the solar system. We will always stand behind our quality work, this is why we can offer a 3-year workmanship warranty on any system installed. The system also has a 25-year product warranty to give you peace of mind.
Step 6: Electrical Inspection and System Commissioning
In the last step of the process, we will organize a date to have the inspector go through the system to verify the quality of work, as well as make sure every rule, regulation, and code was followed.