GAF Energy debuts virtual solar sales, design program for roofers

GAF Energy

GAF Energy launched a robust program to help roofers virtually design and sell its roof-integrated solar solutions in North America. The new virtual services will allow roofers to maintain sales and essential services while observing expert health guidelines for social distancing during the COVID 19 crisis. It is available for GAF Master Elite and Certified Contractors that install GAF Energy products.

The GAF Energy solar system couples slick Solaria panels with fast, easy installation that roofers can integrate directly with the roofing system (like a sky light) and is part of the primary water-shedding layer.

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  • In fact, I have long known what people use for their home, maybe you are doing it more aesthetically. I’ve always been interested in installing solar panels for myself, but unfortunately there is a hail in my region and I know that solar panels are very fragile and I need to work with them very carefully. And hail is just destruction. What to do in this case, you do not know? Perhaps there are some options for protective glass and whether they will refract the light?