Installers love Solar on my Roof April 17, 2015

It has been great to see the uptake in sales of the Solar on my Roof eBook. Interestingly enough it is becoming a favourite with system installers. The ebook answers many of the questions that take up time on their service centre phone line.

PV Installers on roof

Installers love Solar on my Roof

Solar on my Roof is born out of my experiences responding to customer and installer service calls. This ebook addresses the questions usually asked by the customer after their first exposure to a rooftop grid-tied systems.

It addresses the basics of how these grid-tied systems work, and explains concepts like, anti-islanding, seasonal changes, Gross and Nett feed-in-tariffs to name but a few. This explains why in the middle of winter the customer may hear the inverter relays clicking, possibly multiple times, yet this is not usually heard in the summer.

A chapter on monitoring in the ebook looks at what the system produces and how that translates to dollars and cents as it is likely to appear on your utility account. I also give a visual description to explain the difference between Gross and Net feed in tariffs in the chapter Saving money and the environment.

The affiliate program allows the dealers to receive a portion of the income from sales of the eBook. You can find out more here.

No matter how much they enjoy interacting with their customers, the installers unanimously agree that service calls take up time that could be better spent designing, installing or maintaining their equipment.

Let your customers know about the Solar on my Roof ebook to save you time on service calls.

photo credit: 09 Solar House Construction – 23 via photopin (license)

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