Massachusetts solar installation can take between 1 to 10 days. The length of time it takes usually depends on factors like:
Once your city or town approves the permits and materials (which take around 30 to 120 days to be approved) for your solar system, you can schedule the installation with the contractor that helped you get the permits and materials approved. The solar power installation process comprises installing the frame and panels and connecting the panels to the inverter.
Most solar installation companies in Massachusetts complete solar panel installation for homes within a day. Commercial solar installation takes longer because it consists of more solar panels and multiple or complicated roof plans.
In addition, while solar panel DIY installation is possible in Massachusetts, it must be done carefully. Installation of solar systems without proper training, experience, and equipment can cause injuries and damage your roof. The system may also not function properly.
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