TESLA SOLAR ROOF WITH SUN SOLAR
GO SOLAR AND GET A BRAND-NEW ROOF WITH ONE, SIMPLE TRANSACTION. NO STRESS REQUIRED
HOW TO GET YOUR TESLA SOLAR ROOF
It’s simple! These simple steps will take you through the process.
Join us in person or virtually for a free Tesla Solar Roof consultation. We want to make sure your new roof is perfect! We’ll have a team member reach out to set your consultation.
Our project coordinators and design team will sit down and design the perfect system for your home.
INSTALL YOUR NEW TESLA SOLAR ROOF
Prior to installation our team will gather all necessary documentation so that your install can go as smoothly as possible.
Enjoy low/fixed energy rates, and utility freedom! It’s really that easy!
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Solar Financing Options
Looking to enjoy the benefits of green living without having to purchase a system? Use our in-house leasing program to go solar without a large up-front investment by leasing a solar system and making low monthly payments.
With a low-interest solar loan from a Sun Solar third-party company, you can start saving money with solar even if you don't have the immediate cash to buy a system. Sun Solar has a variety of loan options, or you can purchase your solar system outright through a loan from a trusted bank or credit union. For most customers, the loan payment is less than their electric bill and, once your solar is paid off, your system keeps producing free electricity for years to come.
By paying cash, you can get an upfront lower cost and start seeing a quicker return on investment. Paying cash allows you to avoid a solar payment and say goodbye to rising electric rates for all of the electricity your solar produces for life.
How Solar Works
Solar panels are composed of silicon crystals that help turn sunlight into electricity. These panels are placed on your roof, on a ground mount or on a nearby structure with good exposure to sunlight. After your panels are installed, your solar panels will receive sunlight and produce energy.
The DC power produced by your solar panels is sent to your inverter, which is often located in a central hub or located on the back of each individual solar panel. This inverter turns this DC current into usable AC electricity.
After being converted to AC electricity, your energy will flow into either your electrical panel or breaker box to be used for your home or facility.
Your utility company will install a meter that measures both the electricity used and produced by your solar panels. Through net-metering, if you produce more energy than you use, you will receive credits for your next utility bill.
You can monitor how your solar system is performing with easy-to-understand monitoring equipment, providing you peace of mind that your system is working.