Solar System Designed Specifically for You
ENERGY ASSESSMENT: Superior Design is the Result of a Solar System Energy Assessment.
Superior Design is the Result of a Solar System Energy Assessment
Pachanga Solutions combines their extensive solar system design and installation expertise with the leading solar system energy assessment – design software tools to determine the ideal configuration for your residence or business. Many factors go into your solar system’s assessment, among these are: roof pitch, available surface, geographical orientation, geographical location, actual yearly average sunlight, and altitude/elevation.
From this information we will design a system configuration that defines your installation. This includes accurate determinations of the amount of electrical capacity your system will generate. Configurations can be adjusted to meet desired and/or needed power generation, whether it is for a supplemental power supply or stand-alone energy independence, budget and Return-on-Investment objectives. Considerations for “net-metering” advantages, excess or independence capacity battery storage, and electric vehicle charging units may be included in the assessment to meet present and/or future needs.
Our focus is on designing the solar system that will generate the greatest amount of energy and to provide you a realistic assessment of performance expectations for an entire year. The intent of the solar system assessment is not on up-sell services that may improve the overall energy efficiency of your home, but should not be included in the energy gain that a solar system alone provides. You may optionally elect to make the following improvements:
Assess the Other Things You Can Do to Reduce Energy Loss / Energy Consumption
Taking the following steps can help you reduce your utility bill costs and make your home more comfortable in the heat of the summer and the chill of the winter.
- Weather Proofing: Seals – Windows/Doors/Vents
- Water Heating
- Roofing – Note: Your solar panel installation on your roof acts as an radiant barrier due to the upward facing reflective surface on the bottom of the panels and the space for air circulation between the panels and the roofing (shingle, tiles, etc.).
- Appliances & Electronics Energy Efficiency