Choosing the right equipment is a crucial step in your solar journey. This equipment will be installed on your roof and the side of your house for many years, enduring exposure to sun, rain, wind, and even snow in some areas, for up to 25 years. Just like your roofing and siding materials, you want to ensure it can withstand the test of time. It’s important to select equipment that won’t cause problems or issues in the future.


Tesla has been a leader in home battery technology since they introduced their first home battery in 2015. They continuously innovate in this space, and we’re pleased to collaborate with them on their latest generations of home battery products.


Enphase has been a leader in micro-inverter technology since their founding in 2006. They’ve been at the forefront of advancements in micro-inverter technology, energy capture, and panel-level monitoring.


REC has been manufacturing solar panels since 1996, making them a pioneer in the industry. They’ve focused on quality, reliability, and efficiency for years.

Solar Car Chargers

Car charging is a big deal nowadays. We’ve all noticed more electric cars on the roads, from Teslas to the new models like Rivian’s trucks and SUVs, as well as electric versions from GM and Ford. This means more homes need car chargers. To figure out what you need, think about how much you drive each day or week. Everyone’s schedule and driving habits are different, so it’s important to plan accordingly.

For example, if you drive around 30 miles every day, you might need about 10 kilowatt-hours (KWH) of energy to charge your car each day. That’s roughly equivalent to having 10 solar panels and an extra battery installed on your wall.

If you’re planning to buy an electric car in the next few years, it might be a good idea to install the necessary electrical circuit now and prepare your solar and battery setup to handle the additional load. This way, you’ll be ready when the time comes.


Switching to renewable energy helps homeowners take control of their energy usage and reduce strain on the aging electric grid. Contact us today and take control of your energy.