Intermountain Wind & Solar is the leading solar panel company in the Intermountain West, serving Utah, Nevada, Wyoming, Idaho and Oregon homes and businesses. We combine our expertise with community initiatives to provide one of the best cost-per-watt pricing options in the region. Our pricing, along with federal and state incentives on renewable energy, offers you huge savings.
We make your switch to solar easy and convenient. In Utah, solar financing is available to help you pay the upfront cost of solar panel installation. Whether you’re in Reno or Salt Lake City, solar power technicians from our company are ready to help you generate free energy — from panel system design and installation to system monitoring and ongoing services.
Intermountain Wind & Solar is the leading solar panel installer in the Intermountain West. We’ve worked on thousands of homes and businesses in the region, helping them save on energy costs, reduce their carbon footprint and even improve their property values.
IWS is among the largest and most experienced residential and commercial solar contractor in the Intermountain West. Renewable power generation is all we do.
We do not outsource our installations. All of our electricians and installers are full-time IWS employees (not independent contractors) that install solar all day, every day.
We give you exactly what you pay for and we do it at a great value with options like our bulk purchase program along with many affordable financing choices.
Whether you’re a home or business owner, electricity can be a big part of your monthly budget. Reduce or eliminate your energy bills by getting a solar panel system.
Even if your system doesn’t produce 100 percent of the energy you consume, it still helps lower your utility bills.
Having solar power means you no longer have to worry about energy cost hikes. You can better forecast and manage your household or business expenses every month.
In Nevada, Oregon or Utah, solar power is affordable and accessible through Intermountain Wind & Solar.
Whether you’re interested in solar panel installation for your home or business, you’ll want to know what the process of adopting photovoltaic power involves before you begin. With the Intermountain Wind & Solar team, going solar is a breeze – we take care of everything from PV system design and permitting to installation, solar financing and more. Partner with us, and you can count on exceptional service.
As for what to expect, here’s a look at how many solar energy companies approach residential and commercial solar power projects:
Solar Site Evaluation
First, solar companies visit the home or business property in question. An onsite assessment is essential, as we need to determine if there are any shading or roofing concerns. During the visit, we discuss PV system placement and design, solar battery storage and the available financial incentives. We also go over the options for solar financing, and before we leave, we take the time to answer any questions.
Solar Power Proposal
Once we have all of the information we need, our team plans out the design of the photovoltaic system, making sure that the solar panels can generate enough electricity to meet the needs of the property owner. We send out the plans for approval, along with an estimate for our services, and when the contract has been signed, we move forward with the next steps of the solar project.
Solar Project Logistics
Many of our residential and commercial customers need building and electrical permits for solar installation. Our team handles that, and at this point in the process, we also order the solar panels, inverters, racking and all of the PV system components. When everything is a go, we reach out to schedule a date and time for us to begin the task of installing the solar power system.
Solar Panel Installation
When our solar installation crew arrives at a home or business, the owner of the property only needs to sign some paperwork and provide access to the rooftop or whatever site has been chosen. We get right to work, making sure that every component is secure and up to code. In most cases, solar panel installation takes just a day or two, but with complex projects, solar power companies may need a bit more time.
Inspection & Interconnection
After we finish the solar installation, we can’t just flip a switch to start the power flow. A representative of the local building department typically has to inspect the photovoltaic equipment. And unless the property owner has opted for off-grid solar power, someone from the utility company needs to come out to connect the PV system to the grid. To speed things along, we help our customers navigate these tasks.
Are you ready to start the solar installation process? Do you have questions about business or home battery installation? Would you like to know more about solar financing? Intermountain Wind & Solar offers free, no-obligation consultations to homeowners and businesses in Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada and Oregon. Schedule yours today!
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