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Wondering If Solar Will Work For Your Home? Let Us Check!

Wondering If Solar Will Work For Your Home? Let Us Check!

Solar Shingle Installation

Feazel is proud to offer GAF Timberline Solar Shingle installation. The Timberline Solar Shingle is a fully warranted, eco-friendly roofing option for homeowners. You can now generate electricity from the sun without voiding your roof warranty.

Install Team
Expert Installation


Feazel's team of certified roofers completes the installation of GAF Timberline Solar Shingles. Our crews are required to complete training from GAF on proper installation techniques. Our work on your roof carries a full 25-year warranty.

Solar You Can Step On
 Unmatched Durability


Timberline Solar is durable. You can walk on them while you’re cleaning your gutters. The shingles can withstand 130 mph winds. The water-shedding capabilities help whisk water away to keep your home dry and safe.

Solar Dual Certification
Dual Certification


The GAF Timberline Solar Shingle is the first of its kind; nailable solar shingle that earned dual certification as a solar product and a roofing product. Not to mention taking the highest honor at CES 2022 for Best of Innovation.

Solar Shingles vs. Traditional Solar Panels

The Experience

Working with Feazel to complete your solar shingle installation provide you with the best of both worlds. You get to work with a nationally recognized Residential Roofer of the Year. We know roofs and how to install them.

In order for us to understand your energy consumption, please provide us with a copy of your electricity bill during your consultation. We don’t need to take it, we’ll just snap a quick picture.


consultation process


installation process

Energy Savings at the Palm of Your Hand

With the GAF Energy app, you can monitor your energy production in real time. Control your system from anywhere with instant alerts and remote access.

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Financing Options Made Easy

Financing your solar shingle roof is a great way to drive down the monthly cost of your project. By spreading it out over 10, 15, 20, or even 25 years, you may be able to significantly lower your monthly payment to a level lower than your current electric bill.

Feazel has partnered with Mosaic to offer competitive financing options, making your sustainable home a reality.

Frequently Asked Questions

Your monthly energy consumption can help determine if solar panels will be a good choice for your home. If you spend more than $75 a month on electricity, solar panels may be a good fit for you. Your Feazel representative will review your energy consumption during our consultation. We want to determine the best placement for solar shingles to meet your monthly usage.
The amount of money that you can save is dependent on several factors. First, how large is your roof? Large roofs increase the number of solar shingles. Increasing the number of shingles will help pull down your monthly electric bill expenditure. Read More
Not only will you save money on your monthly bills, but the value of your home will increase as well. According to a 2019 study by CNBC, homes in North Carolina with solar panels sell 4.8% higher than homes without.
Good news! If you need your roof replaced, GAF Timberline Solar Shingles will replace your existing roof. You won’t have a solar structure built on your home. Instead, your roof gets replaced with specialty shingles that can…Read More
Solar shingles need periods of direct sunlight to maximize the amount of energy generated. The angle of your roof, trees, and nearby buildings can impact the amount of energy your roof can generate. Our team will walk you through a report of potential savings and identify where solar shingles will make a difference for your home. Cloudy days will still generate electricity but not at the same level as bright sunshine.
Solar reduces your carbon footprint. A University of Berkeley study showed that a solar home has 80% lower carbon emissions than homes that use fossil fuels. The U.S. Energy Information Administrations found that solar homes in Connecticut have reduced emissions that equate to planting 150 trees/ per year.Read More
Yes, there is a Federal Tax Credit for switching to solar energy. Feazel recommends that you talk to your tax consultant about the earned credit. You can find more information Here.
There are numerous differences between the GAF Timberline solar shingle and the Tesla Roof. However, both require the replacement of your roof, and neither product can retrofit your existing roof. That said, while each product is built for a greener future there are significant differences between the two…Read More
During a sunny summer day, your shingles will generate solar energy. Your shingles may generate more than you can use, and that excess is sent back to the grid, also known as your electric meter running backward…Read More

GAF is a Tier 1 solar manufacturer. There are several benchmarks to achieve a Tier 1 classification. It means that GAF owns its supply chain and invests heavily in research and development. Additionally, GAF has to use advanced robotic processes for its product and has been manufacturing solar panels for more than 5-years.

In essence, to earn a Tier 1 classification, solar manufacturers need to have expertise and innovation to show consumers that they are committed to a green future. GAF earned the highest honor at CES 2022 for the Best Innovation award for their Timberline Solar Energy Shingle.

Time of use is essentially peak hours of energy usage. They are the hours which demand for electricity is the highest. Peak demand costs are at a higher rate. Energy costs are typically the lowest between 10 pm and 5 am.
Grid-tied systems tie into the electrical grid. Tying in allows homeowners to sell excess energy and earn credits. Off-grid means removal from the power grid. An off-grid home means self-sustaining and requires large battery systems for off-peak times.
The Timberline Solar Shingles convert sunlight into electric energy through photovoltaic technology. That energy is a direct current (DC) and converts to alternating current (AC) through an inverter. Once converted, it becomes usable energy. Homeowners can use, store or send the energy back to the grid.
When your solar panels generate a surplus of energy, net metering allows the excess to flow into the grid. When it goes back to the grid, you will earn credits. The credits are used that evening. If there is unused credit at the end of the day, that amount accrues in your account for future usage.
Solar is an expenditure but making the switch with great rebates and financing options is consumer friendly. It's possible to have a lower bill for adding solar than your current electricity bill. However, there are numerous myths to debunk when adding solar…Read More