We invite you to learn more about our products and services by reading about actual “case studies” from several of our happy clients. If you would like additional information about solar installation, please do not hesitate to contact us.
|Inman, Redwood City
The Inman’s bought their brand new home in 2008 in San Mateo County. They wanted to maximize the space they had on their roof with solar. Because of the intricate nature of their roof with many angles, shapes and directions, the Inman installation was a quite complex solar installation.
|Shen, San Jose
The electrical service panel at the Shen house is located on the front of the yard, down a walkway to their backyard. They can’t help but look at inverter every time they are walking by to see how much energy they are producing.
The homeowner had predetermined which panels and which size system he had wanted to use for his solar installation. The system size was a bit unconventional. They wanted a system size that would only get them out of the highest tier pricing, leaving them with a substantial electric bill, but a system that would maximize their return on investment.
|Hiebert, San Jose
Because the solar system is on the front of the house, the physical look of the product was extremely important for the homeowners. Clean Solar consulted with the homeowner to determine the panels and system that had the best look.
|Voisin, Bonny Doon
The solar system at the Voisin house was a straight forward installation. They had plenty of roof space open to southern exposure, they had composite shingles and their electric meter was on the side of house adjoining the solar system.
The Martins wanted their inverter mounted in the garage for a daily reminder of the money they were saving (85% per month, with a new monthly bill of $7) and for a daily review of their solar production.
|McGuire, San Jose
The McGuire’s contacted us right after they had started construction on an addition to their home. They provided a unique situation where we could mount the standoffs for their system before the shingles were laid on the roof, eliminating the need for any penetrations to their roof.