Solar Roofing Panels
Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
Are you tired of high energy bills? Looking to reduce your carbon footprint? Solar roofing will lower your electric bills, reduce your carbon footprint, increase the value of your home, and earn you money back on your investment.
GAF DecoTech® Solar Panels are integrated directly into your new roof, providing clean energy with an aesthetically pleasing, streamlined look.
GAF Timberline Solar™ Panels are the world’s first nailable solar shingle, so you get reliable energy from an innovative, cost-effective roof.
We use GAF Energy solar products because GAF is the leading roofing manufacturer in North America. They have been innovating roofing since 1886, coming up with products that are considered the gold standard. At Oaks Construction, we are certified GAF Solar Elite Contractors.
When installed by a Solar Elite Contractor, your new roof and panels come with exceptional limited warranty coverage through GAF DecoTech®, the GAF Golden Pledge® Warranty, and the DecoTech® Addendum to the Golden Pledge® Warranty. Please review these documents to confirm the warranty coverage you will receive.
We provide custom low-payment, interest-free financing plans.
How long do solar panels last?
Your solar panels should last 20-25 years, about as long as your roof.
How do solar panels work?
Solar panels are made up of photovoltaic (PV) cells. The cells, wired together within the panel, convert solar rays to electricity. Our expert installers will let you know how many panels you need for your roof array.
An inverter will take the direct current convert the energy to AC, which our electrical appliances require. The AC energy will flow through your electric meter and into your home.
Do I need to put on a new roof?
Since your solar array will last about 25 years, and our panels are integrated into the roof, it’s best to do them together. That way, you’ll have the most benefit for the longest amount of time.
What kind of maintenance do solar panels need?
Solar panels are very low maintenance. You should not have to replace any panels during their lifetime. You may need to replace some of the wiring, and possibly the inverter, over time.
How much money will I save?
We’re glad you asked! Google’s Project Sunroof will give you an estimate based on data collected by Google Earth. It takes your location and local weather patterns into account in creating a personalized solar analysis.