Contact Us

 

Address: 1281 1st St S Suite H,
Columbia, SC 29209
Phone: (803) 445-1216
Email: contact@fuzepower.energy
Hours: Mon – Sat: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm

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Solar Panel Roofing

Before you get solar panels installed, you’ll want to ensure your roof can handle the extra weight and stress. Do you know if your roof can handle it? Contact Fuze Power! Our team will inspect your roof and surroundings. We’ll measure the area of your roof, examine surrounding trees that could impact installation, and locate positions for roof vents, antennas, satellite dishes, and anything else that may need to be moved. We’ll take care of all it! Just give us a call to get started.

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WILL YOUR ROOF CUT IT?

 

If your roof can’t currently handle solar panels—we can help with that too. At Fuze Power, we also offer roofing services to ensure that your roof is in peak condition before installing new solar panels. If a new roof is required for solar use, you can claim up to 30% of roofing costs in your Federal Solar Tax Credit. Plus, the cost of roofing can be included in a potential solar loan. There are many affordable and simple ways to ensure that your roof is ready to go solar. Solar panels are a permanent installation—it’s better to be prepared than to deal with the trouble of a damaged roof.

Types of Roofs

So, what kind of roofs sustain solar panels? There are many options out there. Composite roofing is the most common type of roof. This is a great, durable option that works very well with solar paneling. Tile roofing is another common type. With tile roofing, a solar panel will need to be attached to brackets that lift the panels slightly above the roof, as to not damage the tile. Tile roofs will differ case by case. Metal standing seam roofs are another option—these are the best roof type for solar panel installation. The attachment is very easy because you don’t need to drill any holes into your roof. Plus, metal roofs are already eco-friendly! Wooden roofs are not usually viable for solar panels because of fire safety.