Actually mine was a pretty simple installation. My house is only 3 years old and everything is right there. The way the C/B panel is installed I had that nice depression to mount the Transfer Switch. Then I drilled a small hole through the stud and ran all the wires into the Panel. I would love to put SOLAR in my home but the current HOA covenants prevent that. Our HOA Board is not interested in hearing about it. I hope we will have some legislation in the future (like the satellite dishes) that will require them to let me do it.I was thinking of your post when I read this thread. My biggest problem is that my house had an addition put on with a second circuit break. Some "essentials" are on the original breaker and some are on the added breaker.
Unfortunately Georgia is not one of those states!Currently, there are 25 states that support the rights of residents to use solar energy in their homes.
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- North Carolina
- West Virginia
Source: Solar Access Rights Across the United States | PEP Solar