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Join our mission to help homeowners and businesses become good stewards of God's abundant resources.

We invest heavily in the training and growth of our team in order to provide the industry's best product and service.

We're creating long-term partnerships with our customers, and our team plays a critical role in that relationship.

At RF ENERGY, our mission is to help our clients save money and help the environment by using one of our most abundant resources, the sun.

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  • How long will a solar installation take?
    Our typical residential solar power job takes us about 20 hours of installation time on the roof and about 7 hours inside the house. But due to customisable nature of the solar PV system, it may take us about 1-2 weeks to install a complete rooftop system. However, the actual site work is limited to 4-5 days.
  • Who actually installs the solar array?
    We do! We take pride in doing all of the work ourselves. This means you have a consistent experience with one company, all aligned on making sure you are delighted with your solar experience every step of the way. Our install crews are friendly, professional, and well-reviewed.
  • Why should I go solar now? Aren’t new technologies on the way?
    Simply put – the sooner you get solar, the sooner you will enjoy its benefits! If you wait for some unproven technology down the road, you will have missed the opportunity to generate your own power now. Solar is like saving for retirement – the sooner you start doing it, the better.
  • Why should I install a solar energy system on my home or business?
    Solar PV system offers a way to fix your electricity rate for more than 25 years. The maintenance-free panels come with a 25-year production warranty and the expected useful lifespan is up to 50 years (output starts to slow down over time but is still significant). That’s a feeling of energy security that is hard to duplicate.
  • Does my roof need to face directly south in order to go solar?
    The ideal roof orientation is hard to find on every site, but an installation of +/- 40 degrees is also fine. More important than angle, generally, is shading. We don’t want to see any shading on a solar roof from 9 am to 3 pm, year-round.
  • How will I know if the solar array is working?
    Today nearly all inverters come with built-in monitoring that varies based on manufacturer. By reconciling your production with your electric bill, you can get a good idea what your household’s electric load is and how much of a difference the photovoltaic system is making.
  • Do my solar panels produce power when the sun isn’t shining?
    Solar panels will be much more efficient if it’s a bright day and the sun is shining directly onto them, but they will work even if this is not the case, as long as there’s some sunlight. Modern solar panels will generate some power even on a dull, cloudy day.
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