Going solar has never been easier. Here are a few simple steps of our solar journey:
Step 1 – Tell us about your requirements
All we need to get started is some basic information about your home or office and your approximate electricity consumption. A few other helpful details include:
- The average size of your utility bill
- Approximate orientation of your roof
- Roof material
- Major electrical loads in your home
Step 2 – Schedule an appointment
We will schedule a consultation visit at your home or office.
- Our Energy Consultant will visit your home, for site evaluation, solar shade analysis and consultation.
- The assessment process usually takes 1-2 hours. It is a good opportunity for you to ask us your queries on how solar power works, what the installation process is, or any other technical and financial questions.
- During this visit, our Energy Consultant will collect the information needed to generate a proposal.
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Step 3 – Review our proposal
We will analyze your requirements and deliver our proposal to you by email or in person.
- Our proposal will include the initial system design, costs, in-depth financial analysis, financial incentives you can expect and tax credits.
- Our proposal can also include a simulation of your expected electrical usage and billing with your new solar power system. This will help you determine how much you can save on your utility bills.
- We can also help you with more detailed financial analysis, such as cash flow or ROI if required.
Step 4 – Sign a contract
At GreenBrilliance, we are committed to providing you with end-to-end turnkey solutions.
- Once you choose us as your solar partner, you’d have to sign a contract.
- From thereon, we will take care of everything, including system design, permissions, construction, inspections, utility interconnection and rebate application /collection.
Step 5 – Installation
The installation begins once the contract has been signed, permits are obtained, and materials are procured. Installation times range from 3 days to 4 weeks, depending on system size and complexity.
Step 6 – Municipal and utility inspection
Once the installation is complete, the governing municipality and your utility company will inspect the system.
- We will schedule and attend all municipal inspections on your behalf. After the utility inspection, your new system will be up and running.
- We will then provide electrical and structural drawings, along with all owner’s manuals, warranties and instructions on how to monitor your system’s performance.
Find out if solar is right for you.
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