The Best Solar Installers in Greenville, SC
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Our Solar Panel Company
WE’RE LOCALS WHO KNOW SOLAR ENERGY IN SOUTH CAROLINA!
Greenville Solar Solutions is based right here in the Upstate unlike other companies in Greenville, SC. Our stellar track record with local customers has proven that we’re dedicated to achieving the maximum benefits for solar power in South Carolina — especially in this part of the state. We pride ourself in our partnership with LeadsForward who provides us with exclusive solar leads from homeowners looking to go solar.
We know you can choose from several other solar energy companies in Greenville, SC. So what sets us apart from the rest? Other South Carolina solar panel installation companies aren’t committed members of the local community like we are. There are very few South Carolina solar installers with team members who are based here. Do you really want to work with a solar expert who doesn’t even live in the area?
Solar Panels Greenville SC – Start to Finish
WE HANDLE ALL YOUR STEPS TOWARD GOING SOLAR IN SC
Our Solar Consultants are here for every step of your journey. The process of getting solar panels for your home in Greenville SC is easier than you think — because we take care of all the details for you.
In fact, many of our customers have already realized that getting a solar energy system for your home is easier than buying a car. Really.
How? For starters, you don’t even need to leave the comfort of your home! We come to you. You don’t have to drive anywhere. We can show you all the features and benefits while you’re sitting on your couch.
Solar Installation Overview
There are the 6 basic phases we handle for you, when installing a solar electric system on your home:
1. Custom Design and Plan
We don’t believe in “one size fits all.” In fact, we measure your roof and analyze your site. We review your past energy usage. Then we create each customer’s solar solution separately — based on your specific site’s characteristics.
2. Approval Before Proceeding
We go over your custom solar design — at your desired level of detail. Plus, we do this with you in-person, face-to-face. We have some very impressive technology tools to help give you a preview of how the solar panels will look on your roof. Many times, our customers can’t believe how easy and quick the whole process can be.
3. Permits and Paperwork
Many other solar companies in Greenville, South Carolina make you get your own financing, then make you complete all the technical paperwork, too. We don’t. Instead, we bring you multiple financing options to choose from. When you give us the green light, we handle all the technical details for you — including any documentation needed from city or county government and electric companies.
4. Installation at Your Home
After we’ve received all necessary approvals for the elements of your solar electric system, our crew of solar installers puts it into place. This includes adjustments and additions to the electrical components.
5. City or Government Inspections
Before we can connect your solar panels to the grid, government entities need to inspect the system to confirm that it complies with their guidelines. We’ve done so many of these installations of solar panels in the Greenville SC area, most of our inspections pass on the first round. If not, we handle the details or changes required.
6. Interconnection with Utility Company
The last step is simply the final approval from your utility company, to get the go-ahead to connect to their electric grid. It’s called “Permission to Operate.” That’s what makes it possible for you to save money via net metering. If your home doesn’t use all the electricity generated by your solar panels, then that excess energy makes your meter run backwards — putting credits on your electric bill.