Get Your Solar Panels Installed
Once you've completed all the required preparations, your installer begins the installation process. This typically involves mounting the panels on your roof or ground space, installing the wiring and inverter, and connecting the system to your electrical panel.
Mounting Your Solar Panels
The installer will provide the necessary mounting hardware to securely fasten the solar panels to the structure. This may involve drilling holes or using brackets. If the panels are installed on the ground, a foundation or rack system may be utilized for additional support. This ensures the stability and durability of the panels.
Installing the Wiring & Inverter
Once the panels are mounted, the next step is to install the wiring and inverter. The wiring connects the solar panels to the inverter, which is responsible for converting the direct current (DC) electricity produced by the panels into alternating current (AC) electricity that can be used in your home. The installer will carefully route the wiring from the panels to the inverter, ensuring proper protection and insulation to prevent any electrical hazards.
Working With Your Local Utility
Your installer works with your utility company to ensure your solar panels are properly connected to the grid. They also help you monitor your system and ensure it operates at maximum efficiency.