If you are new to solar and renewable energy it is easy to feel confused about how the technology works.  More than that, there are policies and procedures one must adhere to, and these are ever-changing.  The good news is that we have been in this industry for some time now, so we are well versed on what’s necessary from start to finish and we are happy to guide you through this exciting solar journey!

To get you started, we have provided some articles, information and links on this page.  If you still have questions just fill out the form by selecting, the Contact Us link at the top of this page.

Why Go Solar?:  Here are the primary reasons people go solar.

Frequently Asked Questions: Our top questions and answers are listed here.

Financing:  What’s available to you?  What are your options?

Roof Types:  What kind of roof can solar be installed on? All of them!

Energy Storage:  How is extra solar energy stored?  How can you save up energy for a “rainy day”?

Be Solar Smart Checklist:  A checklist for residential consumers considering solar energy.


Qualifications:  What are Axium Solar’s qualifications? 

Project Gallery:  A small example of jobs Axium Solar has done.

How To Monitor Solar:  How do you know it’s working? There’s an app for that!

Squirrel Problem?:  What to do to prevent squirrels from chewing on the electrical of your solar array.

Solar Maintenance:  Though low maintenance, solar is an appliance like any other.

Solar Service:  Click to learn more about the services we provide to solar owners.

Careers:  Is Axium Solar hiring?

Social Media:  We are on several forms of social media.  Please join us there!

Solar Power Rocks:  The ultimate guide to powering your home with solar.

Residential Consumer Guide to Solar Power:  A six page guide prepared by the Solar Energy Industries Association.

How Does PV Technology Work?:  This SEIA published article explains it.

List of Solar Energy Incentives:  On DSIRE’s site.  Contains clickable map so you can easily find incentives where you live.

Resources:  Links to national, state and renewable energy credits trading platforms.

How To Be More Energy Efficient:  Steps you can take to be more “green” at home