Understanding how solar interacts with your home is important when you are deciding whether or not to install a solar system. Residential solar panels use photovoltaics, or PV, to capture energy produced by the sun as usable electricity for your home. Most residential solar panels are suitable for use in all climates, but some homes with heavy shade or certain roof angles are not good candidates for residential rooftop solar. Our team will help you understand your solar options with a home assessment. If your home is deemed appropriate for solar installation, we can move forward with the process.
Residential solar has many benefits, including:
- Reducing your energy bills
- Reducing your home’s carbon footprint
- Increasing the resale value of your home
When you opt to install residential solar panels, you are making a conscious choice to help preserve the Earth for the generations to come. Sure, you’ll save some money along the way, but, importantly, you’re leaving a legacy for your children to enjoy.
The installation process is very easy and can be completed in just a few days. We use a specialized mounting system to attach the panels to your roof, adjusting them to capture the maximum amount of sun to meet your energy needs. We can also set up a storage system to make the most use of the solar energy your new panels generate. Soon, your home could be running wholly off of your own solar panels instead of drawing from the conventional power grid!
The Columbine Roofing team is fabulous. I refer them out whenever possible.Tony M.
I've known Steve with Columbine Roofing for a little over a year and am continually blown away with his integrity and the way the company as a whole carry themselves. Can't recommend them highly enough. If you are looking for honesty and integrity when it comes to a roofing company...give them a call for a quote, you won't be sorry you did.Rich B.
Columbine Roofing did a great job. They were there when expected and did a great clean up. The roof and gutters look terrific. Mike was always keeping us informed. He did a great job and was professional. The workmen were respectful of our home and property. They worked hard and were very skilled at their work.Betty F.
I still cannot imagine the fact that real Traders still exist, I am so happy trading with Mr. Billy Mike.... Though I never took him seriously due to numerous scams everywhere, thought it was all lost of money and was so skeptical! not until after my first withdrawal of $7,000 whereas I deposited only $500 within 7days of Trading and got my profits direct into my bank account without any extra charge or fee. “Every noble work is at first impossible” . I am so grateful hence! I recommend Billy because He is trusted and reliable, Quickly contact BillyTooth P.
Everyone at Columbine has been wonderful to work with. Our roof repair was due to a hail storm. They took care of everything with our claim and the process was so smooth. From the initial meeting to the final inspection, the process was fantastic. Roof looks great! Thanks Columbine team!Paul I.
For nearly ten years, Columbine Roofing & Solar has helped homes across Longmont and Thornton embrace clean energy with the installation of residential solar panels. Our team will help you understand your options with a complete home assessment. Once you elect to install solar panels, we work with you to finalize the design before installation takes place. We work hard to ensure that you are fully satisfied with our work. Step into the future of energy with Columbine Roofing & Solar today!
We offer free estimates! Please call (303) 952-4242 or contact us online to get started.
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