The idea of installing solar panels on the roof is appealing for a lot of reasons. Maybe you want a smaller energy bill at the end of the month, or you think you could actually generate more power than you use, which would allow you to sell it back to the grid. Maybe you want to lower your carbon footprint, or make sure that if you lose power you can still operate your necessities like the sump pump, refrigerator, etc.
If you’re not certain about installing panels on your roof, though, it may be a good idea to see just how much power you’re missing out on.
Soly Moly’s Roof Top Solar Estimator
Not all roofs are created equal when it comes to solar power, but you can get a rough estimate on how much power your roof would generate simply by typing your address into Soly Moly’s program. No one has to come out to your house with a tape measure, a ladder, and a level; the software just finds where you live using satellite imagery, and you get an estimation of how much power you could generate every month.
That’s all there is to it. There’s no expensive fees, no unnecessary delays, and no one calling you up to talk about when you’re going to become a customer. You just type in your address, click the button, and get your free estimate. What you do from that point onward (particularly if you have roofs that slope to the east and west, making your home ideal for solar energy generation), is up to you.