Flagstaff Collision Center Goes Solar

Commercial Solar installation on the roof of Flagstaff Collision Center

Rooftop Solar partnered with the Flagstaff Collision Center and their construction contractor, WesPac Construction, to harness the power of the sun by installing an 83.2 kW solar array at their new location in East Flagstaff. 

Project Spotlight: North Country Healthcare

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION: Rooftop Solar installed 37,000 watts (37kW) of solar on parking canopies in North Country HealthCenter’s parking lot. ESTIMATED CO2 REDUCTION: 2,181,186 lbs. EQUIPMENT & FEATURES:  Yingli Modules, IronRidge Racking, Custom Steel Parking Canopies, Central Solar String Inverter, Grid Tied. In 2011, we took on North Country HealthCare, a community health center located on … Read more

Rooftop Solar Military Special: $1000 OFF

At Rooftop Solar, we understand the sacrifice that went into making this country great. Every day we come to work, we see and feel the benefits of the freedoms our service members fought for. To express our gratitude for all you have done for our country, Rooftop Solar would like to offer all active duty, … Read more

Go Solar Before the APS Rate Change

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If you’re thinking about going solar in Arizona, time is of the essence! APS currently has a rate increase submitted to the Arizona Corporate Commission. These changes will dramatically impact APS customers who do not have solar already. APS is seeking an 8% rate hike on residential customers, inducing mandatory demand charges, and significantly reducing … Read more

Solar Financing: You’ve got options

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There are a lot of many reasons to switch to solar energy – lowering your electricity bill, protecting yourself from rising energy costs, increasing your property value, and a great ROI are just a few. But with so many solar companies giving you different information, it can be hard to be sure that you’re getting … Read more

Going Solar: How to work with your HOA

If you own your home, you are most likely aware of whether or not you belong to an HOA, or Homeowners Association; an organization (usually non-profit) meant to maintain the attractiveness, upkeep, and value of residential communities. In order to do so, each community’s Homeowners Association has a set of bylaws and rules and regulations. When … Read more

Micro-inverters Vs. String Inverters in Hot Climates

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There is a lot of talk out there about how micro-inverters used in hot climates such as Phoenix, AZ, don’t do as well or have higher failure rates than traditional string inverters. We’re going to break down why this is a myth, but first we’ll start off with the basics: The difference between string inverters … Read more

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