It’s that moment that you finally decide to go solar! You are excited about the savings you will be receiving, the solar tax incentives you will be benefiting from, and the amount of carbon emissions that you will be offsetting.
Then the dread of the installation sets in and you wonder, “How long does it take to install solar panels?”
Fear not! We are here to tell you that solar installations are extremely quick. That is to say, weather permitting!
At Envirosolar Power, we pride ourselves on making going solar easy and hassle free. From the in home energy assessment onward, we make sure we put you first.
When you go solar with Envirosolar Power, you schedule a day and time that is convenient to you. Our team arrives at your home promptly at whatever time frame works best for you. After a brief check in, we get to work installing your new solar panels.
Depending on the size of your solar panel system, the installation takes roughly 4 hours to complete. That’s right; one day installation of solar is easily possible!
So get started with solar today! It’s fast, it’s easy and it’s a great thing to do!

After purchasing your solar energy system from Envirosolar Power, we will reach out to your city and HOA to apply for a permit.

The permit application will take 2-3 weeks for the city and 30-60 days for a HOA to process. Once permits are approved, Envirosolar will contact you to schedule the main installation.

Within a week after permit approval, electrical components are installed.

On main installation day, the process usually takes 2-4 hours and installations requiring more than 8 panels will take 6-8 hours.

All components of your installation will be inspected by an Envirosolar Quality Control Inspector.

Envirosolar will contact the city inspector once the main installation is complete. Once the city inspector approves, your utility company will then inspect the installation. This final inspection will happen 2-3 weeks after the main installation. This is when your utility company will install your final PV meter and turn on your solar.

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