Who we are?
In Mission Solar by BRS, we’ve worked hardly to build a network based on team-work that inspires our employees to help build, maintain and install the neccesary equipments to increase the use of clean energy in all the hispanic families. The solar energy is constantly changing and we have a commitment to evolve with it.
You won’t be surpised anymore by huge bills of electricty (and other services), now you’ll have the Generac Solution PWRcell, a solar battery fully integrated with a great capacity of storage. With PWRcell you can easily power up your place, save money and be ready to never live a blackout again. All this benefits comes with the use of a clean and renewable energy that can save our planet!
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Installation timelines depend on the size of the system. Normally, an installation takes less than one day. A very large system can take up to two days.
Purchased systems can be relocated to your new home or you can include the system into your home value. If you used a leasing company, you can pay off the system or you can transfer it to the new homeowner. If you elect to pay off the system, you can include this price in your listing price. Contact BRS if you have any questions.
Yes, however, where the energy is stored is dependent upon whether you choose to install a solar storage battery with your system. If your installation does include a storage battery, your excess energy will be sent there. If your system does not include a battery, excess energy produced will be sent to the utility grid until sundown.
Recent reports show that solar panels can immediately add value to your home. Don’t take our word for it, read this report from EnergySage.
As long as your roof has the room for additional panels. Contact BRS and we can assist you!
Routine maintenance is the responsibility of the homeowner.
If the power goes out in your area, systems tied to the grid go out also. It is not safe to send power out to the grid where workers are attempting to fix a power outage problem. Weather conditions like rain and snow can affect system production, however, solar panels will continue to produce energy on a cloudy or foggy day.