Quite often we get calls at SES 21 USA from homeowners or installerswho are struggling with some design issues: what to do about trees thatshade or how to handle odd pitched roofs. A number of times we haveseen people assume that they are not candidates for solar and give upquickly on the idea.
Rooftop in South Texas
We recently had a resident call in with a bit of a tricky roof. Asyou can see in the photo his roof has many different pitches and thegables which cause shading in the late afternoon. A roof mount wasdefinitely an option but the installer and customer decided on thisground mount system. The customer had the space for it, unobstructed bytrees or other buildings. Plus he can really maximize his ability toproduce solar power with this ground mount system. Did we mention the home is in very sunny South Texas!
South Texas Ground Mount
Congrats to the homeowner and the installer for designing such an efficient and practical source of energy.