Palomar Solar Installation on Historical Coronado Island Home

This was a very special install as this Coronado Island home was built with top quality craftsmanship in 1925. This customer’s home is included as a historic home with the Coronado Historical Society and falls under The Mills Act which is California Legislation passed in 1971 designed to encourage the preservation of Historic Properties. The Mills Act is named for Coronado’s own Senator Jim Mills who crafted the legislation.

With historical preservation being the most important part of this project, it was imperative that the solar panels not be seen from the street to stay within the historical society’s strict guidelines.  Palomar solar was able to design this system to meet the homeowner’s needs with 29 LG solar panels and 29 Enphase microinverters and keep the panels hidden from the street view in accordance with the Mills Act for historic homes.

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