Thinking of Going Solar? Contact our Bay Area Solar Power Company
When you decide to go green, the first step is to make sure your roof is sturdy enough to handle a new solar energy system and is in a good position to soak up the sun’s rays. Our fully trained San Francisco solar installers provide a thorough analysis of your roof to ensure that your home is ready for solar.
How Often Should I Get a Solar Roof Inspection?
Solar roof inspections should be conducted regularly, ideally once every 1-2 years, considering factors like system age, local climate, and manufacturer recommendations. These inspections ensure optimal system function, early detection of issues, and prompt inspection for any observed damage or performance problems.
What is Included in Solar Roof Inspections?
Many people never even worry about their roofs until they find a leak or other problem. While identifying soft spots and weather damage is an important part of your roof inspection, it can ensure that your home is in the best shape for your solar investment.
Our inspection process takes all of the following into consideration:
- Leaks and weak spots
- The age of your roof
- The materials used on your roof
- The condition of your asphalt or shingles
- If roof tiles are deteriorating
- Signs of dry rot or other issues
- The overall strength of your roof
All of the following can impact whether having roof-mounted solar is right for your home.
An Honest Assessment of Your California Home
We are transparent straight shooters. Our quotes reflect our guaranteed maximum price. Other companies will visit your home and add hidden expenses or ask you to sign change orders for items such as building over two stories, performing a flat roof installation, working with special tiles or different roof planes.
With our thorough roof inspection, you know all costs upfront. At SolarUnion our team conscientious of your budget and respect it. No surprises.
“They were prompt with their install, and everything was done in a top-notch manner. I love my solar system and would call them in a heartbeat to do more work for me.” - Katia