Check out some of our recent solar panel installations

Solar PV (Electric) Installations

  • Location:
    Bladen County, NC

  • Description:
    This residence had a 12kw Ground Mounted PV System installed due to roof space and direction restrictions. Each array in the two array system is powered by Solar World modules and SMA inverters. The system is on a Net Metering agreement with the utility company.


  • Location:
    Durham, NC

  • Description:
    This home is equipped with a 4.5 kW system composed of 18 solar panes and 18 micro-inverters. The owner has a net metering agreement with the utility company so that the electricity generated by the solar panels directly offsets their electric bill.


  • Location:
    Greenville, NC

  • Description:
    This 4.8 kilowatt photovoltaic system consists of 22 solar modules that are wired into a stand alone inverter. The owner sells all of the solar electricity and the renewable energy certificates and uses the income to offset their utility bill.


Solar water heater installations

  • Location:
    Pinetops, NC

  • Description:
    This home is equipped with three different solar water heating systems. One of the systems heats the water for the main house so that the gas boiler does not have to turn on as much. Another system is used for space heating and heating the water for the pool house so that the backup equipment is not used as often. The other system heats the water in the pool so that the gas pool heater does not turn on as much. The utility bill savings is remarkable.


  • Location:
    Beaufort, NC

  • Description:
    This drain back solar water heating system consists of a 4 foot by 8 foot flat plate solar collector flush mounted to the roof of the home. The dual tank system uses an 80 gallon solar storage tank and a 50 gallon electric back up tank.


  • Location:
    Morehead City, NC

  • Description:
    This pressurized system consists of a 4 foot by 10 foot flat plate solar collector flush mounted to an awning above the door of the home. The single tank system uses an 80 gallon electric backup water heater with an external heat exchanger mounted to the side of the tank.