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Berlin, CT Residential Installation

Locally owned and operated, Sundoor Solar looks to set itself apart from other solar companies by its commitment to their clients, their community and the environment.

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Berlin, CT Residential Installation

Sundoor Solar is a locally owned, Connecticut based, Solar Panel (PV) System designer and installer. Customers meet with owners, not sales representatives or regional franchisees. As a member of your community you can expect the a well designed, carefully installed system.

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Berlin, CT Residential Installation

The homeowner had other companies visit his home and provide estimates. All other of the other representatives measured site conditions with antiquated analog devices from their deck. An owner from Sundoor arrived at the home and took his measurements with the latest digital devices on the roof of the home, not the deck. Using the best tools and measuring from the exact location of the proposed system installation ensures the most accurate shade measurements and…

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Berlin, CT Residential Installation - Monitoring System

Sundoor Solar handled everything: design, installation to submission to the CT Solar Lease program. Sundoor Solar has local solar designers, electricians, roofers and racking system experts to build rooftop installations.

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Berlin, CT Residential Installation

Our client was looking for a local, Connecticut based designer & installer with a reputation of quality. They found Sundoor Solar on the CT Clean Energy Website.

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Sundoor Solar is a local, Connecticut based designer and installer of solar electric systems

Sundoor Solar designs and installs solar photovoltaic (PV) systems. These systems convert solar energy collected by solar panels directly into electricity. Typically these panels are mounted on the roof of your home facing in the direction that provides the greatest exposure to sunlight. If you do not have enough roof space, there are a variety of other ways to install a system utilizing the land or other structures on your property.

How solar power works for your Connecticut home

The most common, and least costly solar electric systems are "grid-tied" systems. This means that the system is tied in where your home connects to your utility electric grid. The benefit of these systems is that the electrical “grid” of your existing electric utility is used like a giant rechargeable battery. During the day, when your usage is usually low, your solar system is generating electricity. Excess electricity is being sent back to your electric utility generating credits for your usage. During the evening when your PV system is offline you will draw electricity from the utility but you will have credits stored to offset this cost. This all happens automatically and silently, so you don’t even have to think about it.

 


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