Monthly Archives: March 2014

Megawatt in Georgia – Sunworks Solar

Sunworks Solar has just provided the labor to wire inverters for this megawatt of solar energy in Lavonia Georgia. This massive solar array is part of the Georgia Power Advanced Solar initiative and will be part of four more large-scale … Continue reading

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Solar Panels for Electricity – Ponte Vedra

When installing on a high seamed metal roof no roof penetrating connections are necessary for Sunworks Solar to provide you with the wind ratings your solar array will need. Even on Roscoe Blvd. in Ponte Vedra, so close to the … Continue reading

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First Solar Install in Del Webb! – Sunworks Solar

Boom baby! Sunworks Solar is now the first solar contractor to have ever installed any solar products on a home in the Del Webb community of Nocatee. This particular customer got a solar water heater as well as a solar … Continue reading

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Solar Pool Heaters and Tile Roofs

Here’s an example of how Sunworks Solar attaches solar pool heaters to tile roofs. Tile hooks allow the panels to be wind-rated at 120 miles per hour. These panels sit on top of the tile, without damaging the tile. This … Continue reading

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