At long last, winter seems to finally be wrapping up. That means it’s time for the solar installation season to start in earnest once again. If you’re interested in making 2020 your most profitable year ever, it’s time to learn how to install solar on slate roofs.
Traditionally, solar installation companies have avoided working on slate roofs. This is because slate roofing tiles are very easily damaged. If you drill a hole in the wrong place, the roofing tile can be split, chipped, or damaged – and that means you’ve got an angry home owner and a need for roof repairs.
The Solar Slate Plate means you never have to measure or guess when drilling mounting holes. It’s an absolutely fool proof system that quickly and efficiently identifies exactly where holes need to be drilled. The tiles aren’t damaged, and there’s no time consuming measuring or guess work going on. Best of all – no damaged roofing tiles means a happy homeowner.
How to Use the Solar Slate Plate
The Solar Slate Plate is a very affordable tool that opens up tremendous revenue possibilities for your solar installation business. Designed for solar installers by a solar installer, the Solar Slate Plate is easy to use. You can train your entire crew to use the Solar Slate Plate in less than an afternoon. Before you know it, your entire solar installation company will be prepared to offer a relatively rare service to high-end home owners: installing solar on slate roofs.
When you have the ability to install solar on slate roofs, it’s important to let your community know. Include this messaging on your website, social media sites, and any other advertising you may do. If you participate in home fairs or garden shows, make sure you have signage or other marketing materials indicating your ability to install solar on slate. This will encourage interested homeowners to talk to you.