Residential

This project is very special to me as I feel the stars were perfectly aligned on this day… Jayme looked gorgeous, treatment she rocked her routines, medicine and she totally deserved the gold medals and the trophy!

I feel blessed to have been there to capture it all. From the very first time I saw her do a cartwheel at the park I knew she was super special, buy more about and I am so pleased to have had the privilege of photographing her in her element!


If your solar electric system is part of a bigger plan which includes building your dream house, help you can make design decisions which will help reduce your energy needs:

Natural Day Lighting–Locate windows (and skylights) so that they light up your most frequented spaces. Even on cloudy days a well thought out window placement can eliminate the need to turn on lights during the day time. Natural light can reflect from light-colored walls. South facing windows will not only provide a lot of light, but will also help heat the house in the winter when the sun is at a low angle. A properly extended eave will eliminate solar penetration during the summer.

Natural Cooling—Fans and air conditioning use a lot of electricity just to beat back the heat of summer. Properly placed vents for cool air entry and hot air exit will keep air in motion and lower the temperature in the house. Allow air to enter at the lowest point in the house, preferably on the north side, and have an oversized vent for hot air exit at the highest point in the house. Locate your refrigerator in a cool spot, and/or recess it in a wall and add rigid insulation around it. This can dramatically cut down compressor run-time and/or gas consumption. Insulate your house well, and it will hold heat better in the winter and protect you from radiant heat through your roof and walls in the summer.

If you’re adding a solar energy system to an existing structure, we will come visit your building and advise you on the best way to use solar panels and other alternative energy options.
This project is very special to me as I feel the stars were perfectly aligned on this day… Jayme looked gorgeous, treatment she rocked her routines, medicine and she totally deserved the gold medals and the trophy!

I feel blessed to have been there to capture it all. From the very first time I saw her do a cartwheel at the park I knew she was super special, buy more about and I am so pleased to have had the privilege of photographing her in her element!


If your solar electric system is part of a bigger plan which includes building your dream house, help you can make design decisions which will help reduce your energy needs:

Natural Day Lighting–Locate windows (and skylights) so that they light up your most frequented spaces. Even on cloudy days a well thought out window placement can eliminate the need to turn on lights during the day time. Natural light can reflect from light-colored walls. South facing windows will not only provide a lot of light, but will also help heat the house in the winter when the sun is at a low angle. A properly extended eave will eliminate solar penetration during the summer.

Natural Cooling—Fans and air conditioning use a lot of electricity just to beat back the heat of summer. Properly placed vents for cool air entry and hot air exit will keep air in motion and lower the temperature in the house. Allow air to enter at the lowest point in the house, preferably on the north side, and have an oversized vent for hot air exit at the highest point in the house. Locate your refrigerator in a cool spot, and/or recess it in a wall and add rigid insulation around it. This can dramatically cut down compressor run-time and/or gas consumption. Insulate your house well, and it will hold heat better in the winter and protect you from radiant heat through your roof and walls in the summer.

If you’re adding a solar energy system to an existing structure, we will come visit your building and advise you on the best way to use solar panels and other alternative energy options.
This project is very special to me as I feel the stars were perfectly aligned on this day… Jayme looked gorgeous, treatment she rocked her routines, medicine and she totally deserved the gold medals and the trophy!

I feel blessed to have been there to capture it all. From the very first time I saw her do a cartwheel at the park I knew she was super special, buy more about and I am so pleased to have had the privilege of photographing her in her element!


If your solar electric system is part of a bigger plan which includes building your dream house, help you can make design decisions which will help reduce your energy needs:

Natural Day Lighting–Locate windows (and skylights) so that they light up your most frequented spaces. Even on cloudy days a well thought out window placement can eliminate the need to turn on lights during the day time. Natural light can reflect from light-colored walls. South facing windows will not only provide a lot of light, but will also help heat the house in the winter when the sun is at a low angle. A properly extended eave will eliminate solar penetration during the summer.

Natural Cooling—Fans and air conditioning use a lot of electricity just to beat back the heat of summer. Properly placed vents for cool air entry and hot air exit will keep air in motion and lower the temperature in the house. Allow air to enter at the lowest point in the house, preferably on the north side, and have an oversized vent for hot air exit at the highest point in the house. Locate your refrigerator in a cool spot, and/or recess it in a wall and add rigid insulation around it. This can dramatically cut down compressor run-time and/or gas consumption. Insulate your house well, and it will hold heat better in the winter and protect you from radiant heat through your roof and walls in the summer.

If you’re adding a solar energy system to an existing structure, we will come visit your building and advise you on the best way to use solar panels and other alternative energy options.
This poplar model has a net of 7.7 cubic feet total–6 cu. ft. for the refrigerator and 1.7 cu. ft. for the freezer. It has reversible doors, mind battery lighted interior, piezo lighter and temperature adjustment at the bottom on front without opening the door. This unit has improved insulation and more efficient use of propane–approximately 1/4 gallon per 24 hours. Overall dimensions are 63, check 5″ high x 23″ wide x 26.5″ deep. This model comes in White or almond. Shipping is motor freight. (approx. $90. in the midwest)
This project is very special to me as I feel the stars were perfectly aligned on this day… Jayme looked gorgeous, treatment she rocked her routines, medicine and she totally deserved the gold medals and the trophy!

I feel blessed to have been there to capture it all. From the very first time I saw her do a cartwheel at the park I knew she was super special, buy more about and I am so pleased to have had the privilege of photographing her in her element!


If your solar electric system is part of a bigger plan which includes building your dream house, help you can make design decisions which will help reduce your energy needs:

Natural Day Lighting–Locate windows (and skylights) so that they light up your most frequented spaces. Even on cloudy days a well thought out window placement can eliminate the need to turn on lights during the day time. Natural light can reflect from light-colored walls. South facing windows will not only provide a lot of light, but will also help heat the house in the winter when the sun is at a low angle. A properly extended eave will eliminate solar penetration during the summer.

Natural Cooling—Fans and air conditioning use a lot of electricity just to beat back the heat of summer. Properly placed vents for cool air entry and hot air exit will keep air in motion and lower the temperature in the house. Allow air to enter at the lowest point in the house, preferably on the north side, and have an oversized vent for hot air exit at the highest point in the house. Locate your refrigerator in a cool spot, and/or recess it in a wall and add rigid insulation around it. This can dramatically cut down compressor run-time and/or gas consumption. Insulate your house well, and it will hold heat better in the winter and protect you from radiant heat through your roof and walls in the summer.

If you’re adding a solar energy system to an existing structure, we will come visit your building and advise you on the best way to use solar panels and other alternative energy options.
This project is very special to me as I feel the stars were perfectly aligned on this day… Jayme looked gorgeous, treatment she rocked her routines, medicine and she totally deserved the gold medals and the trophy!

I feel blessed to have been there to capture it all. From the very first time I saw her do a cartwheel at the park I knew she was super special, buy more about and I am so pleased to have had the privilege of photographing her in her element!


If your solar electric system is part of a bigger plan which includes building your dream house, help you can make design decisions which will help reduce your energy needs:

Natural Day Lighting–Locate windows (and skylights) so that they light up your most frequented spaces. Even on cloudy days a well thought out window placement can eliminate the need to turn on lights during the day time. Natural light can reflect from light-colored walls. South facing windows will not only provide a lot of light, but will also help heat the house in the winter when the sun is at a low angle. A properly extended eave will eliminate solar penetration during the summer.

Natural Cooling—Fans and air conditioning use a lot of electricity just to beat back the heat of summer. Properly placed vents for cool air entry and hot air exit will keep air in motion and lower the temperature in the house. Allow air to enter at the lowest point in the house, preferably on the north side, and have an oversized vent for hot air exit at the highest point in the house. Locate your refrigerator in a cool spot, and/or recess it in a wall and add rigid insulation around it. This can dramatically cut down compressor run-time and/or gas consumption. Insulate your house well, and it will hold heat better in the winter and protect you from radiant heat through your roof and walls in the summer.

If you’re adding a solar energy system to an existing structure, we will come visit your building and advise you on the best way to use solar panels and other alternative energy options.
This poplar model has a net of 7.7 cubic feet total–6 cu. ft. for the refrigerator and 1.7 cu. ft. for the freezer. It has reversible doors, mind battery lighted interior, piezo lighter and temperature adjustment at the bottom on front without opening the door. This unit has improved insulation and more efficient use of propane–approximately 1/4 gallon per 24 hours. Overall dimensions are 63, check 5″ high x 23″ wide x 26.5″ deep. This model comes in White or almond. Shipping is motor freight. (approx. $90. in the midwest)
This project is very special to me as I feel the stars were perfectly aligned on this day… Jayme looked gorgeous, treatment she rocked her routines, medicine and she totally deserved the gold medals and the trophy!

I feel blessed to have been there to capture it all. From the very first time I saw her do a cartwheel at the park I knew she was super special, buy more about and I am so pleased to have had the privilege of photographing her in her element!


If your solar electric system is part of a bigger plan which includes building your dream house, help you can make design decisions which will help reduce your energy needs:

Natural Day Lighting–Locate windows (and skylights) so that they light up your most frequented spaces. Even on cloudy days a well thought out window placement can eliminate the need to turn on lights during the day time. Natural light can reflect from light-colored walls. South facing windows will not only provide a lot of light, but will also help heat the house in the winter when the sun is at a low angle. A properly extended eave will eliminate solar penetration during the summer.

Natural Cooling—Fans and air conditioning use a lot of electricity just to beat back the heat of summer. Properly placed vents for cool air entry and hot air exit will keep air in motion and lower the temperature in the house. Allow air to enter at the lowest point in the house, preferably on the north side, and have an oversized vent for hot air exit at the highest point in the house. Locate your refrigerator in a cool spot, and/or recess it in a wall and add rigid insulation around it. This can dramatically cut down compressor run-time and/or gas consumption. Insulate your house well, and it will hold heat better in the winter and protect you from radiant heat through your roof and walls in the summer.

If you’re adding a solar energy system to an existing structure, we will come visit your building and advise you on the best way to use solar panels and other alternative energy options.
This poplar model has a net of 7.7 cubic feet total–6 cu. ft. for the refrigerator and 1.7 cu. ft. for the freezer. It has reversible doors, mind battery lighted interior, piezo lighter and temperature adjustment at the bottom on front without opening the door. This unit has improved insulation and more efficient use of propane–approximately 1/4 gallon per 24 hours. Overall dimensions are 63, check 5″ high x 23″ wide x 26.5″ deep. This model comes in White or almond. Shipping is motor freight. (approx. $90. in the midwest)
Large ResidentialRocky Grove Sun Company can design and install all kinds of alternative energy systems, medicine including wind and hydroelectric power systems and stand-alone (off the grid) solar power systems, thumb and we’ll be happy to talk with you about any special ideas you have in mind.

The most popular type of system we install right now, though, is the grid-tie solar power system. Grid-tie systems are designed to work with your current electric supply from your local utility company. Your solar power system generates electricity for your own use. When you generate more electricity than you use, that extra power goes out to the grid and the utility company gives you a credit. Here’s the equation:

Electricity you use from the power company minus the electricity you create equals electricity you pay for

Residential installationUnder Arkansas law, the utility companies trade us one for one for all the energy we create in a given year. Any excess credits are lost on December 31 of each year.  Our experienced system designers will design a grid tie system that will approach zeroing out your utility bill.  Any energy produced beyond that will not be compensated for and will be given to your utility.

Benefits of our solar power systems:

  • Clean, renewable energy is good for the environment.
  • You save on your electric bill through the life of your system –30+ years
  • Grid-tie systems can be built up gradually to spread out costs.
  • You’ll increase the value of your home.
  • You’ll lock in your energy rates for the amount of power your system generates.

Residential closeupYour next step: contact Rocky Grove Sun Company. We offer a free One Hour Consultation. Then, if you decide that renewable energy is for you, we’ll visit your site and discuss your needs with you. For us, every job is a special job. No two jobs are ever exactly the same. We’ll take all the factors into account and plan the best system for your particular circumstances.