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       Making the decision to switch to solar is an awesome one. However, getting started and understanding the process can often be fraught with uncertainty for those unfamiliar with the industry.

Sungrove Energy provides turnkey systems and takes care of all of the permitting, grid connection application, etc.

List of the steps for a typical residential installation:

Here is a list of the steps for a typical residential installation:

1. Initial estimate – If high quality satellite images are available, we can provide accurate estimates for system size and energy production for your specific house.

2. Site assessment – We visit the site to obtain detailed site specific information required for a solar installation including detailed roof measurements, electrical capacity of your electrical system and a shading analysis (if requried). For a new construction home, Sungrove Energy can design a system right from the architectural drawings.

3. System design & quote – Sungrove Energy will design a system specific to your roof space, budget and electricity needs. This is an iterative process and multiple options can be presented. Sungrove provides you with a sketch showing what your home will look like with solar on the roof as well as economic analysis using the Levelized Cost of Electricity (LCOE) method.

4. Permitting and grid connection application – Sungrove takes care of ALL the permitting required (Electrical, Building and/or Development permits) and the application to connect the system to the grid.

5. Installation and commissioning – By our highly trained and experienced installation crews.

6. Final walk through with the homeowner and delivery of system manuals It’s that easy! Contact us today to get started.

Water heaters:
      Each of our homes use quite a lot of hot water which is usually currently supplied by a electric or gas water heater. These appliances have high operating costs and also environmental damage. Solar powered water heaters present a great way of making lots of hot water at zero cost once installed. A solar water heater consists of a large flat metal box mounted on the roof of the building and connected to the home plumbing system and insulated water storage tank for later use through network of water pipes. Please contact one of the Sungrove energy representative for knowing more on how you can reduce your energy costs associated with water heating at your residential complexes or individual residential bungalows or row houses.