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Do I Need a New Roof Before Solar Installation?

5 Eco-Friendly Roofing Options

There are a variety of roofing options for those looking to make their roofs more eco-friendly. Here are 5 of the best energy-saving roof types. Read the rest of this entry »

Cost and Likelihood of Repair Needs for Solar Roofing Installations

The solar roofing boom is in full swing in the Bay Area so we’ve prepared the following brief FAQs about solar roofing installations and system maintenance. Read the rest of this entry »

Is My Roof Fit for Solar Roofing Installation?

When installing solar roofing you must consider a number of factors, especially if you have a flat roof, steep sloped roof, or tile roof. Read more. Read the rest of this entry »

Overcoming Solar Panel Installation Apprehensions

We offer the answers to the most common installation worries so you can begin your energy saving investment. Read on to learn more about solar solutions. Read the rest of this entry »

A Solar-Powered Boost to the Job Market

Solar energy production has been more than doubling annually for over a decade. What does this astonishing trend mean in employment? Read the rest of this entry »

Pros and Cons of Different Roof Shapes

Roofing impacts the space inside your home, the degree to which your home can stand up to weather, and overall energy savings. Read the rest of this entry »

Does Solar Roofing Work in Bad Weather?

Solar roofing can cut energy costs and contribute to a more sustainable lifestyle. How will bad weather impact the effectiveness of your solar panels? Read the rest of this entry »

What You Need to Know When Shopping for Solar Roofing

More homeowners and business-owners are exploring the energy-saving benefits of solar panels. Learn what to look for when searching for a solar roof installer. Read the rest of this entry »

How to Apply for Solar Installation Tax Credits

If you've installed solar tiles last year, learn how you may qualify for a federal solar tax credit worth up to 30% of the installation and equipment costs. Read the rest of this entry »