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SolarMax Inc
1466 Garfield Ave, Brunswick, Ohio, United States

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Industry : Renewable Energy
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Since May, 2019
About Company

SolarMax Inc. is a leading solar renewable energy source provider that was started in 2009 by Kevin Wisor in Brunswick Oh. SolarMax Inc. helps you reduce your monthly energy costs with solar electric, solar air heating and solar day lighting solutions. Contact SolarMax Inc. and go green with clean solar energy today.

Solar Power in Ohio

Solar panel installation in Ohio is becoming more popular. Along with plenty of sunshine, Ohio offers a wealth of solar panel incentives and financing. Converting to clean Ohio solar energy is a wise investment that is more affordable than ever.

Why Solar Power?

Like sunshine, the benefits of solar power are abundant. Perhaps the biggest benefit of home solar panel installation is that solar power can significantly reduce or totally eliminate your electric bill. Home solar panels increase home value from the moment of installation and offer total protection against future electric rate hikes. Once solar panel installation is complete, home solar panels last a lifetime and require very little maintenance. Finally, the electricity generated by a home solar power system is free, non-polluting, renewable and reliable. SolarMax Inc. will walk you through the entire solar installation process. We will perform a solar analysis, design the ideal solar panel system, obtain all necessary permits, tackle the paperwork and electric utility company applications, and install your solar array system. Once your home solar panels are up and running, a visual website is used to monitor the performance of your solar power system. The live data shows the actual wattage of electrical energy generated by each solar panel. Contact SolarMax Inc. today to learn more about the advantages of Ohio solar power. SolarMax Inc. has completed solar projects all over the state of Ohio, with many recent solar installations in Northeast Ohio’s Medina County.

Why Solar?

It’s time to reduce your monthly electric bills with clean solar power. Electric rates are skyrocketing, but clean solar energy is abundant and free to harness. Thanks to new technologies and a wealth of solar rebates and solar incentives, there has never been a better time to invest in clean solar energy. Home solar panels provide energy independence and protect homeowners from costly utility rate hikes. Solar panels increase home value from the moment of installation, last a lifetime and require very little maintenance. Should you decide to sell your home, a home powered by clean solar energy sells at a premium compared to one without. Save money and reduce your carbon footprint with clean, renewable solar power.

How do Solar Panels Work?

Solar photovoltaic (PV) technology produces electricity from sunlight, using solid-state materials with no moving parts. It’s a mature technology, first invented by Alexandre-Edmond Becquerel in 1839 and initially commercialized at Bell Labs in the 1950s. For residential application, solar power falls into two main categories. First is grid-tied solar power, where the home generates its own electricity but can also draw power from the utility company at night. The second type of solar energy for homes is off-grid solar power, where the home is located too far from an electrical utility cable and the home must generate its own power, storing energy in batteries for use at night.  A basic home solar panel system consists of solar PV cells connected and packaged together in weather-protected modules, which are fastened side-by-side on a racking system to form an array. The solar panel modules produce direct current (DC), which in a grid-tied system flows to a grid- interactive inverter. An inverter changes DC voltage to the alternating current (AC) for the household electric circuit powering wall outlets and all AC appliances. Excess solar power from the inverter may flow out of the house through the utility company’s electric meter and into the city-wide grid. When this occurs, the meter may run backward, and the utility will credit the out flowing solar electricity against electricity purchased from the grid at other times, like at night. This process is called net-metering.  In an off-grid solar power system, DC power flows from the modules through a charge controller (also called a regulator), which is an electronic device that produces a smooth flow of current at the desired voltage. From the charge controller, the solar power can go to a set of storage batteries and then on to the inverter, as needed.

Company NameSolarMax Inc
Business CategoryRenewable Energy
Address1466 Garfield Ave
Brunswick
Ohio
United States
ZIP: 44212
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EmployeesNA
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Hours of OperationMonday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Company Services
  • Solar Panel Installation
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