How long does it take your crew to do a typical installation? You don’t have to be exact, but consider the average job & how much labor is involved. Now think about that same job – but on a slate roof. How long would that job take your crew?
Solar installations on slate roofs can be challenging. The issue is the fragile nature of slate tiles. They chip, crack, and split fairly easily, causing roof damage that is expensive to repair. Many installers opt out of working on slate roofs entirely. The jobs they don’t want to do can be an opportunity for you – you just need to know the inside secret of solar installations on slate roofs: the Solar Slate Plate.
The Solar Slate Plate makes installing solar on slate simple. The process is so easy: you use the template tool to identify the precise point on the tile where mounting holes can be safely drilled without damaging the slate. A few simple steps and before you know it, the mounting brackets for the solar panels are safely and securely in place.
The Solar Slate Plate is easy to use. If you’re interested in cutting installation times in half, make sure every member of your crew is using the Solar Slate Plate on the job. Because the Solar Slate Plate takes the stress, measuring, and guesswork out of working on slate, your crew will do a better job faster. You’ll have less worry about split, cracked, or damaged slate tiles. It’s a smart investment in the growth of your business.
Homeowners are thrilled when they can find a solar installation contractor who works on slate roofs. Families throughout New England are making the switch to solar. By using the Solar Slate Plate, you can capture this business and grow your company.