1. Site Assessment
A site assessment is the first step to determining how a solar system will work for you. A certified assessor will visit the site to have one-on-one meeting with you to understand your needs and answer your questions.
2. Plan design, structural calculations, permits.
After the City determines that the plans satisfy all code requirements, you will be notified of the approval. From the day we pick up the permit, SPS is allowed 180 days (six months) to begin work on your project. Once construction begins, we must continue to work on your project to avoid permit expiration. SPS can then begin construction.
Each one of our team members are insured professionals with the proper certifications . Our crews make sure the installation process goes smooth, clean & fast.
4. Final Inspection
Building Inspector will inspect your project as work progresses. We will be given an “InspectionRecord” card with the permit. The card must be signed by an inspector after each phase of your project is completed.
5. Permission to Operate
Once the Utility company receives and reviews your completed Interconnection Request (IR), They'll email you a Permission to Operate (PTO) notification. Most standard residential requests are reviewed and are issued PTO within 2-3 business days provided all of your documentation is complete and correct. Non-standard IR may take longer to complete due to additional technical reviews and/or interconnection studies.' Our PTO team will communicate with you back and forth to collect all the information require by the utility companies to allow you start enjoying solar energy soon after city inspection is completed.
Our customer will be able to see how much their system is producing on their cellphones, computer and tablets. Our company will check the system constantly & make sure everything is working properly.