If you’re in the solar installation business and you’re looking for ways to boost your revenues, you may want to consider learning how to install solar on slate roofs.
Now, I know what you’re saying – slate roofs are really difficult to work on. The slate tiles are fragile, and homeowners freak out if you damage one during the installation process. That’s why installing solar on slate roofs can take two to three times as long as your normal installation job – a factor that causes installers and homeowners alike to say “No way!”
But it doesn’t have to be that way. There’s a tool that makes installing solar on slate roofs quick and simple. The Solar Slate Plate was designed with you in mind. It eliminates the most difficult aspect of solar installations on solar roofs – knowing exactly where to drill mounting holes without damaging the fragile slate tiles.
When you’ve got the Solar Slate Plate, you can keep your tape measure on your belt. There’s no figuring required – which is great news if you’ve got people on your crew who work hard but aren’t always the best at precision work. The Solar Slate Plate makes it so simple. You place the tool at the edge of the slate and drill the mounting holes where indicated.
The pre-determined nature of the drill holes reduces the number of chipped, cracked, or damaged slate tiles, which means your homeowner is happy. It also means your crew can work faster, which makes the job more profitable for you and more affordable for the homeowner.
One reason it makes good financial sense to learn how to do installation on slate roofs is the fact that your competitors likely aren’t doing it. You know your market. How many installers are serving the slate roof home owners in your area? If the answer is not too many, a profitable opportunity exists for you!