2021 is looking to be a promising year for the solar installation industry. Demand for energy independence and self-sufficiency is higher than ever before, due to going through the pandemic and seeing the consequences critical infrastructure failures in places like Texas.
If you’re starting or growing a solar installation company in Massachusetts, you’re really not alone. Competition in this industry has always been somewhat significant, but now it’s more important than ever for a solar installation company to have a way to stand out from the crowd and attract customers.
One way to do this is to use the Solar Slate Plate. Equipped with this unique industry tool, solar installation companies can serve a lucrative niche market – installing solar on slate roofs.
Slate roofs are notoriously difficult to work on because stone tiles are surprisingly fragile. Drilling holes in the wrong places can lead to slate tiles cracking, chipping, or splitting – all of which makes the homeowner very not happy. Precision measuring takes time and not every worker on every crew does a great job every time. Guess wrong and the roofing tile’s damaged. That’s why many solar installers say no thanks to these jobs.
The Solar Slate Plate changes everything. By quickly and reliably identifying precisely where to drill holes each and every time, with no need for measuring or guessing, the Solar Slate Plate cuts the typical installation time of a solar installation on a slate roof nearly in half. This makes these jobs much more profitable – and it makes homeowners very, very happy.
Most crews can learn how to use the Solar Slate Plate in less than a day. Because the Solar Slate Plate is designed right here in Massachusetts, when you choose the Solar Slate Plate, you’re supporting small business while you’re growing your company and helping area homeowners reduce their carbon footprint.