An energy assessment from Cascade Power will empower homeowners to make the decision if solar panels are right for their home. There are thousands of different resources online that can teach people about different solar products and financial plans. It’s great to do some research yourself, but many homeowners are still left wondering if they should really convert their homes to solar.
Cascade Power offers a no obligation energy assessment to homeowners that will assist homeowners in making an informed decision. The home assessment includes a custom solar design based on the roof layout and electricity usage data from the utility company. Homeowners receive a digital version of the layout, with information such as the solar system size, power production, and savings.
Cascade Power has a diverse product offering. Which means once we get the custom design, we can pair it up with any solar finance offer. You’ll be able to compare solar purchases, power purchase agreements, and leases in one easy step. Most solar companies out there only offer one solar product, which leads to a biased opinion. We can show all your solar options, and guide homeowners to the one that will give them maximum savings based on their living circumstances. After all, most solar options are going to be less expensive than the utility company.
The next step after the energy assessment is a site audit. We send a technician to the install location to gather all the exact measurements, take shade readings, and evaluate the main panel and roof. The technician will solidify the information generated previously for the energy assessment (which was created the satellite imagery and CAD design software).
From there we generate a final design and plans for the installation. We handle the permitting process with the city and getting a sign off from the HOA if necessary. There is nothing that a homeowner needs to do on their part after the initial energy assessment. We take care of the process from start to finish.
Once permits are approved, we plan an install date. Installs typically last one day. When the solar system installation is complete, we coordinate final inspections with the city and deal with any applications necessary for the utility company to grant “Permission To Operate” or PTO.
Once the system is up and running is when you gain your independence from the utility company, start saving on your power cost, and do good by going green!
To receive a custom solar design and see how much you can save, click here.