As you might expect, solar roof mounts make use of your existing roof space to mount solar panels.
Modern homes will have a rooftop that is strong enough to support weight of solar roof mounting. It is not
necessary to install any extra structural support, as modern homes are designed to handle a small amount of extra
As a result, roof mounts tend be less cheap, because the installation need less materials and labor.
solar roof mounting system
There are many mounting system options for these angled roofs, with the most common of which are pitched roof
racking system ,flat roof racking mounting system and ballasted mounting system. They design with great flexibility
both for commercial and residential roof solar system.
Pitched roof racking system is suitable for installing framed and frameless modules flushed to the pitched roof.
SPC products have the Unique design of rail and module make the installation more easily and quickly.
Flat roof racking mounting system is developed to choose the tilt angle on a flat roof or ground. You can have the
fixed or adjustable angle solution in 10deg-60deg according your exact requirement to make the solar energy
maximize its power.
Ballasted mounting system is a highly engineered solution without damaging the flat roof. Its idea is to ensure the
safety of the whole system through heavy ballast.SPC ballasted solution components are pre-assembled and pre-cut to
prevent corrosion and save your installation time and labor cost.
Ground solar mounts provide the framework for you to install your solar system in any places on your property. A
ground mount is an independent structure that works as the foundation for your panels.
Ground mounts are flexible and easy to access for cleaning and maintenance, but they cost a little more to install
because you are building a brand-new structure to support the weight.
What to consider when choosing your mount? Not matter home use roof mounting system or ground mounting system, both
of them have distinct advantages and disadvantages based on different constraints of your project. More details