Solar Sun Surfer is one of the leading companies for solar-related installation in Solano County.
We have operated in the market for some time and have gotten to know critical preferences due to the integration with community initiatives and a host of both commercial and residential clients.
We also have a team of specialized personnel whose primary goal is to ensure client satisfaction at affordable costs.
The customer service department is on call at any time to deal with queries, installments and even repair requests should they happen.
Since the advent of solar energy as one of the viable means apart from electricity, net metering has become extremely popular as a government incentive to save revenue.
The solar energy system is going to generate the highest amount of power during the day. That would also be when the home uses the least level of power.
A higher amount of energy created during the day would be transferred to the grid, so other customers share it.
During this time, one may receive a credit for the power which is shared to the neighbors within the utility grid.
The customer will note the meter going in reverse because of their contribution to the grid.
These would be recovered when the consumption is higher than the solar output.
For counties which have a lot of solar output such as Solano, customers may rarely be in a position where they do not have a lot of credit stacked up because there are no long winter months.
So net metering should be more advantageous in these locations as opposed to others.
The most significant benefit with net metering would be financial to the owner.
The more they use solar energy the more they save money and create a deposit of energy which may be drawn from later.
It is possible to reduce the monthly bills, and that means shaving thousands of dollars in utility bills, especially for commercial clients.
At Solar Sun Surfer, we offer both commercial and residential options for solar installation services in Solano County CA.
The costing is not done according to the number or the sizing of the panels but according to the kilowatt-hour of energy produced.
The residential panels consist of 72 cells, while the commercial ones are 96 cells.
They can be mounted on the roof or the ground depending on the preference of the client, and they come with a solar tracker which follows precise solar movements in the day to optimize the amount of solar energy output.
Regardless, each of the panels will be set according to a 34-degree angle, which is optimal for California counties.
Considering the hot climate, it is not a stretch to see why solar pool heaters would be quite popular in Solano County.
Being eco-friendly and affordable at the time of installation, solar pool heaters are an excellent idea.
The initial investment averages between $3,000 and $4,000 for the package and it should be recovered within two years at the most.
The solar pool heater is also likely to have a lifespan between 15 and 20 years, so they are more durable as compared to the gas or heat pumps.
The way it works is the water from the pool warms as it circulates through the device. There are glazed and unglazed types of collectors.
The former utilizes copper tubing on an aluminum plate and have an iron tempered covering.
They are also treated to an ultraviolet light inhibitor which protects from damage.
There is a pool filter as well, which prevents the accumulation of debris from clogging the system before the water goes through the collector.
A powerful pump is needed to push the water through both the filter and collector to be recirculated back in the pool.
Finally, there needs to be a flow control valve which is available in either automatic or manual versions that diverts the water from the pool through a solar collector where it is heated.
Solar water heaters entail collectors and a storage tank as well.
They are designed with heat absorbing material within the collector such as a tube or a glazed box.
From there a heat exchange fluid goes through the collector and attains the temperature from the collector and runs through the exchanger.
This transfers the energy to the water within the storage tank and maintains it at a certain level.
It is important not to confuse solar water heating systems with solar electric systems which use semiconductors to convert the sunlight into electricity.
In comparison, solar water heating is low technology oriented.
It places radiant energy to work and heating water both for the home and for commercial use.
Solar water heaters are typically a bit costly, going between $5,000 and $9,000 depending on the freeze protection and other available attributes.
Regardless of the cost of the system, one may be entitled to a 30 percent rebate depending on the federal tax credits available on solar energy.
Solar Sun Surfer is advocating for the use of energy modes that will soon become the mainstream when fossil fuels no longer become feasible.
If there has ever been a time to embrace green energy, it is the present.
Solar energy is just becoming mainstream enough to be adopted by commercial and residential structures.
It is receiving support from both the federal and state governments, which means there is a possibility of getting rebates on a lot of the costs entailed in maintenance or even installation services.
California itself is among the forefront of solar energy initiatives, so there is nowhere better to adopt solar power.
All of the services we offer are free from carbon footprints so you will not have to worry about any ecological issues that may come about afterward.
The great thing is a lot of the equipment being installed is long-lasting, which allows for resourcefulness and cost-effectiveness as it becomes possible for customers to regain their investment money within a few years.
California is a big state that also happens to be a great place for solar companies to offer their services to its locals.
Solar Sun Surfer serves other locations as well including counties in Sonoma, Yolo, San Joaquin, and Alameda.
Find us in one of our locations and we are more than happy to discuss our products and services with you.
Located in Northern California between San Francisco and Sacramento, Solano County’s various geographic location allows access to diverse areas making it a great spot for possible filming projects.
Solano County’s climate ranges from a warm Mediterranean climate during the summer and fall to cooler winter temperatures.
In terms of attractions and fun activities, Solano doesn’t run out of both. Take a trip to Suisun City Waterfront District or taste wines at the Vezer Family Vineyard.