Frequently Asked Questions

October 12, 2019
What kind of equipment do you use?

SUNation proudly uses LG, Panasonic and Solaria panels. We use Enphase and SMA inverters as well as SnapNRack for racking. …


Should I wait to install a SUNation solar system? What if better technology comes out?

The high-efficiency, premium quality solar systems that we install are based on simple, established Solar Photovoltaic principles. Sure, ten years …


Is it worth installing a SUNation solar system if it doesn’t produce 100% of the electricity my family uses?

Absolutely! The best reason to install a SUNation solar system is the huge savings that producing your own power from …


Why can’t you use the North side of my roof?

In cases of a pitched roof, the North side is usually not an area that the sun shines on for …


Does the installation of solar panels make heat for my home?

No, SUNation solar systems generate electricity – not heat — for your home.


Can I add to my solar system in the future if my family’s electrical consumption increases?

Yes, you can add to your system at a later date if your energy needs increase.


How will I know if my solar system is really producing electricity?

Each system we install has an Internet-connected monitoring system. You can go online and see what every solar panel is …


What about an inverter warranty?

Each SUNation solar system we currently install comes with a 25 year inverter product warranty. Some exclusions apply.


Do SUNation’s solar panels have warranties of their own?

Absolutely! That’s one of the greatest things about using the best available solar panels. All of our panels offer a …


How many panels do I need to install? How do you figure that out?

Depending on your annual electrical consumption, we will custom design a system comprised of as many panels as you need …


Will the panels void my roof warranty?

SUNation offers a full warranty on every installation. Having installed over 1,800 solar systems on Long Island, we’re the experts …


Do the panels produce less power over time? If so, how much?

Your solar panels should produce plenty of power for 30 to 40 years. After that, there will be a minor …