Mounting options include the roof of an existing building, the outside wall, or ground mounting. There are other mounting choices in addition to those shown on these pages of collector photos from Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York.
The contact information above or in the sidebar will connect you with the owner of Alpine Solar who can help identify the best mounting option considering your unique location and personal preferences.
Heat and Hot Water at 189 North Street, Windsor, Massachusetts – Photographed after massive ice storm of December 11, 2008; and again after the addition of a 4.55KW photovoltaic array on December 30, 2014. Solar electric energy will provide for all electrical needs at this location, and there will be enough additional electrical energy to charge an electric vehicle for 10,000 miles per year.
Solar Domestic Hot Water at a residence on Bates Road in Windsor, Massachusetts
Solar Domestic Hot Water for a small family on North Road in Peru, Massachusetts.
Restored farm house on Pleasant Street in Plainfield, Massachusetts with multiple collectors to provide plenty of hot water during the winter for farm operations.
Solar hot water for a small family on Andes Road in Peru, Massachusetts.
Residence for large family in Russell, Massachusetts. Solar hot water installed by Spartan Solar. Spartan says, “We always aim to minimize exterior piping, but the evacuated tube drain back solar hot water system was installed on a roof that had a cathedral ceiling inside and so it was more important to maintain the aesthetics of the interior.”
Before and after photo of a home in Amherst, Massachusetts. The leaking collectors were removed, and replaced with two new Sunflower evacuated tube collectors, during the heat wave, 7/17/19 – 7/19/19.