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A quicker, easier and more secure roof mounted solar power installation

QuickMountPV a company that specializes in creating easy to install roof mounts for your solar panels. A common concern to retrofit solar panels on top of a roof is the chance of roof leaks in the future. The QuickMountPV team, a group of experienced installers understand that problem and created a product that is waterproof, low profile and requires no cutting into the roof! A very innovative project to solve the largest pains of retrofitting solar panels to the top of your roof. The QuickMountPV is compatible with every racking system and has a lifetime of 50 years, this product can last for the life of your roof and solar panel system. The company has even released a step-by-step instructional video We understand this product can help improve your experience of installing a roof mounted solar panel system, we packaged QuickMountPV into a 1kW kilowatt and 2kW kilowatt kit to help you the leverage the power of this revolutionary mounting system. 1kW QuickMountPV Kit 2kW QuickMount PV...

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I’ll have power when during a blackout because I have solar panels!

Probably not, the majority of solar power systems installed in the USA are typically grid tied systems, meaning they connect to the utility company to push any extra electrons you product back into the grid. These types of systems have a significant advantage because they qualify for extra rebates provided by the state on top of the federal tax credit. The downside to gird connected systems is that when the utility company encounters a blackout, so do you, even if you have a solar power system. Due to utility company regulations, a solar power system must shutdown when the power goes out due to safety regulations and the fact since with a grid tied solar electric system is using the grid as a battery to store the electricity you produce. One way to avoid a blackout is adding a battery backup system to your grid tied solar electric system. Which means you solar panel system in addition to sending electricity back into the grid charges a battery system just in case the grid goes down you start drawing power from the batteries. As great that sounds, being the only person on your block who has power when there is an outage. A battery backup system not only requires yearly maintenance but it adds a significant increase in the final cost of a system. Also the batteries need to be replaced every 5 to 10 years depending on the brand and quality of the battery you use with your system. Check out our grid connected systems that can help you reach your energy goals:...

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