What Is the True Cost of Inefficient Solar Installation?
EagleView recently asked solar industry professionals about how they conduct business, perform site surveys, and use technology.
The results: site surveys can be time-consuming, costly, and inaccurate. Measurement errors and lack of building access during a site survey can lead to headaches for solar designers later. In some cases, site surveys can cost $800 or more—and those prospects may never become customers!
What are the true costs of site survey inefficiencies? And what can solar installers do to save money?
Flip through the interactive infographic booklet below to discover the true impact that site surveys can have on solar businesses. (Click to see it in fullscreen.)