Conventional solar mounts can be seen from the ground, but SunPower’s proprietary mounting solution is designed to be hidden to compliment any home’s style. This is part of the SunPower difference.
Solar power systems are a beneficial choice for residential customers. They lower the cost of utility bills, and make an incredible environmental impact. Choosing and installing solar panels requires a good deal of thought and consideration, and aesthetics are a concern of many homeowners. One thing to keep in mind is how will the solar panels be mounted on your home? The racking systems that mount the solar panels to your roof can often be unsightly. With SunPower solar panels though this is not the case. They make the choice easy thanks to their proprietary InvisiMount® frame. This is part of the SunPower difference.
Conventional solar panels require racks or frames that hold them in place. They’re typically lightweight and designed to be adjustable so that the panels can be tilted to the proper position. The downside though is that they lack cosmetic appeal; the frames can be seen from the ground, which can be a detriment to your curb appeal and your overall solar investment. Why invest in a solar system if you’re going to be unhappy with its appearance in the long run?
With SunPower, the worry about how your solar system will look is completely eliminated. All of the mounts and the frame that hold your system in place are completely hidden beneath the panels themselves, all of the wires too! No visible parts or eyesores from the road, just a low profile and sleek design.
InvisiMount is also stronger and more durable than the competition, with a 25 year warranty to boot.
Consider this: your solar system is an investment in your home, and as such it should enhance rather than take away from your curb appeal. SunPower’s InvisiMount racking system is just one piece of the pride SunPower takes in making sure every solar system does justice to the home it’s installed on.
Want to learn more about how SunPower’s InvisiMount is different than the rest? Let’s talk about your solar system today.