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Hinesburg 121422

Sometimes it makes sense to place solar modules on more than one roof surface.  In this case, it made a lot of sense since neither roof could provide enough space to generate the credits needed to pay the homeowner’s annual electricity costs.  Together they will though.

Hinesburg, VT 120222

The family that owns this mare barn invited us to install this solar system as well as systems on two of their homes simultaneously. It was a fun project that our team thoroughly enjoyed.

South Starksboro 122722

A new barn to house rescued animals in the hills of South Starksboro sports a new solar system that will generate the credits needed for the farm and home on the property.

Ferrisburgh 120222

We installed solar modules on three roof surfaces of this home, one of which is over their newly added garage.

Charlotte 112822

This barn is the perfect place to put a solar photovoltaic system as it is less shaded than the home.

Middlebury 103122

The team filled this roof as well as placed more solar modules (panels) on a different roof to provide the credits this family will need annually to cover their electricity bill.

Ferrisburgh, VT 083122

This old barn was a part of our extended family’s history for a very long time.  Generations have watched it in used and non-used chapters of its life.  When the new owners reached out to us, we jumped at the opportunity to brainstorm with them.  Getting the opportunity to see it in its current chapter Read More…

Weybridge, VT 083122

You cannot see the view that our team got to experience from the top of this pool pavilion while installing this solar system, however you can see the incredible craftsmanship of the builders of the structure. We were very impressed with both.

Bristol, VT 070822

Tucked into the village of Bristol, this sweet little home now sports a beautiful, yet humble solar array that will take care of its electricity consumption costs for many years to come.

Bristol, VT 090822

This home wasn’t even built when we began brainstorming what the solar system needed might be.  It is a beautiful home in the village of Bristol, VT that will now take care of its own electricity costs with the solar system situated out of sight at the top of the roof.