Earths collective energy appetite is ever increasing! If you're ready, Globus Electric can turn your roof into a Profit Center? 


You can make your transition to solar easily and free of confusion for your business. You don't have to commit to calculate the savings you will realize from a solar installation. Let us clearly explain the delivery system and the savings you will realize with your roof top or back-lot solar installation. 

Saving your money and reducing your stress is your goal. You get over 200 years of collective electrical installation experience. Each installation reflects our commitment to you to do the job right. You will enjoy the benefits of reduced energy costs and the security of a system that will meet your energy demands well into the future. 




Surprise! There’s No Change In How You Use Your Electric. Solar electric works in the same way as the electric you buy from your utility company. You turn on lights, your existing thermostats control your heating and cooling, and your production lines operate the same way they do right now. Actually, if you didn’t see solar panels on your roof, you’d never notice any difference; with the exception of the lower electric bill. 

Solar Power Is As Reliable As the Sun Rising Every Morning 
Solar electric has been in use for more than 50 years and has proven to be highly reliable. Unlike other methods used presently to generate electric, solar doesn’t rely on moving parts that can wear out, except maybe the sun. Our panels come with a 25-year limited warranty on power output, and some systems installed more than 40 years ago are still performing. 

Minimum Maintenance Is Required 
Because the panels are on the roof and subject to the elements, occasionally they should be rinsed off with plain water to clear any dust or debris that blocks sunlight and reduces efficiency. Most times, rain will do this job for you. 

What Size System Do We Need? 
Every Business is Different. An average 25,000 sq. ft. building uses about 85,000 kilowatt-hours of electric per year. A 45 kilowatt (AC) system will generate virtually all the electric required for this building on an annual basis. 

Many factors will influence the size of your solar installation. Determining your present electric needs is the first step in sizing your number and size of panels. If you conduct an energy efficiency survey prior to sizing your system, you’ll find that by reducing your present use, you’ll require less energy and save countless dollars on your solar system.