Case Studies

Fire Pit Electric Gas Hook Up Trumbull CT

Challenge
Customer has purchased a new electronic ignition fire pit insert and would like us to install it!

Solution
We are providing the trenchwork, electric hook up and plumbing hook up for an HPC 400,000 BTU fire pit.
 

 

Service upgrade 200 amp to 400 amp Seymour CT

Challenge
A portion of our building is going to be rented out to a graphic design company and the owner wanted them to have their own utility bill.

Solution
We are performing an overhead service upgrade for the owner of our building from 200 amps to 400 amps with three new meters. This service upgrade will allow the new tenants to have their own electrical bill as well as their own heating and cooling system. 200 amps of available power will ensure enough power for now and for any future growth.

Project Summary
Engineer: Kurt St. John
Technician: Jeremy Bredickas
Technician: Michael Marshall
Apprentice: Adam Lockwood
 

 

8.84 kW Micro-Inverter Solar PV System Installed in East Hartford, CT

Challenge
This East Hartford customer was looking to reduce the cost of his high utility bills and contracted with us to install new solar panels.

Solution
This 8,840 watt system (8.84 kW) grid-tied solar PV system was installed as two arrays - one array on the main house and one array on the garage. To maximize all available space, one array (array #1) was installed on the main house (4.9 kW) and other array (array #2) was installed on the garage (3.9 kW). This 8.84 kW grid-tied solar PV system was installed as a roof mounted array of 34 Phono Solar Technology 260W solar modules on the customer's south facing roof (150 degree azimuth, tilt 42 degrees and 17 degrees). The solar PV panels are flush mounted to the roof surface using a UniRac SunFrame mounting system - also known as a Green Fasten Install Process. All fastenings and penetrations have a 15 year warranty using all aluminum heavy duty rials and stainless steel fasteners and bolts. The modules are arranged portrait style.

Project Summary
Engineer: Robert Sylvester
Project Coordinator: Kurt St. John