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

We design custom solar systems using the best equipment on the market.  SUNation proudly uses LG, Panasonic, and Silfab panels; …


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 and every one of the systems we currently install comes with inverters that are warrantied for 25 FULL years …


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 …