Will my roof leak?

No! The proper installation of a solar system will never result in your roof leaking. To give you peace of mind, Green Lion Eco Group has a three-year workmanship warranty for 5 million dollars for all the work done on your roof.

What happens if I have to redo my roof?

Before we build, we'll conduct a thorough roof and structure inspection. If your roofing material is not in sufficient condition to last underneath the panels (which will shield and make them last longer), we won't install a solar system unless it's replaced.

What happens if I have to redo my roof after the solar panels are installed?

Solar panels can be easily removed and re-installed by a qualified technician. If you need to redo your roof after your panels are installed, all you would need to pay is the labour cost.

What happens if I have to redo my roof after the solar panels are installed?

Solar panels can be easily removed and re-installed by a qualified technician. If you need to redo your roof after your panels are installed, all you would need to pay is the labour cost.

Will my system require maintenance?

No! Solar panel systems are made of durable tempered glass and have no moving parts, which means there is nothing to maintain. If something does happen, your system monitoring app will alert you, and you have a 25-year warranty on the panels to cover any efficiency issues.

What happens in the winter when we have snow?

A study from Northern Alberta Institute of Technology has shown that snow affects your production by only 2.2% over the entire year. Snow will melt almost three times faster off of a panel than it would on a regular asphalt shingle roof. You should be able to produce and bank enough energy during the summer months to cover your needs during the winter months.

What effect do the panels have on my home insurance?

Panels usually add up to $14 to your monthly home insurance costs. In the case that it may be more, you can insure the panels separately through another insurance provider for a lower rate.