The most important factors to accomplish a successful solar installation mounting are stable and firm surfaces that get a good amount of sun exposure. However, it will still depend on the initial assessment of your place. 

Technicians can now mount solar energy devices on various surfaces, including windows and walls in any color, size, and shape.

Before installing the panels on your roof, ensure they can bear the weight. You must replace or repair the roof and check it for any wear and tear issues with the materials and structure. If you want to save on the cost, you can wait until the Federal Tax Incentive program is available before fixing your roof.

Our Technicians Can Mount on All Kinds of Roofs

The technicians from Solar Power Generation are trained to efficiently mount the solar panel equipment no matter what kind of roof you have. They will mount the panels to the rafter through the sheathing and underlayment. It doesn’t matter what your roof covering materials, construction, and designs are.

You do your job of getting the roof prepped up, and we’ll do ours. We’ll finish the mounting and installation in no time. And your solar power will be ready immediately after fixing.

What type of roof covering can we deal with? It doesn’t matter. We have worked with various materials used as covering. And up to now, we haven’t encountered any problems with the past projects we have accomplished. 

Common roof materials include concrete tiles, wood shake, metal, and asphalt shingles. If your roof is made from other materials, let us know. This way, we can readily tell you if it’s doable or if we ought to tweak some things before we begin.

The good thing is that we have roof mounts for solar panels regardless of the covering. Rest assured that mounting will be done securely without causing damage to the rafters underneath. The mounts we use will maintain your roof’s aesthetics and prevent you from having your roof warranties from getting void.

Choosing the Right Solar Panel for Roof Mounting

Here are the things to consider when deciding which solar panel is appropriate for your roof:

  • Design – fewer number of joints, lag screw with raised insertion point to the mount
  • Lag screws needed for each mount – ideally two
  • Waterproofing – single or double flashing and sealant
  • Non-rusting lag screw – note the required width and length
  • Attachment type – cantilever or post

Once you have completed the contact form, we can further discuss the mounting solutions best suited for your roof and home.