In2Solar is the best choice for affordable, beautiful 3D modeling to visualize your solar system. Whether you are wanting to show a potential client what solar would do visually on their structure, or want to give yourself a cutting edge on your next bid, having a 3D model of your system will help you to foresee design flaws or problems, manage the aesthetic impact of the system, and convince customers that you are a competent, cutting-edge solar contractor who is taking advantage of new and exciting technologies.
Lets look at some examples of different solar systems that have been modeled in 3D, and the different applications of these visualizations.
1. Visualizing Scenic Impact
In the Columbia River Gorge, the Columbia River Gorge Commission creates policies and programs to help protect and enhance the scenic resources of the Gorge. These policies affect the Gorge Scenic Area, an 80-mile strip of the Gorge, and limit the installation of housing and equipment that could potentially impact the Gorge’s pristine, wild beauty.
This poses some problems to people living in the Scenic Area who wish to install a solar system. In order to help visualize the impact of a solar system on the surrounding terrain, and to ascertain the necessity of putting up a fence to reduce the scenic impact, In2Solar was able to build a visualization that placed the system in it’s proper context within a 3D virtual view of the Gorge.
2. Maximize Available Solar Potential
With new construction, it is impossible to see exactly what the impact of a roof parapet will be on your solar system. With modern 3D modeling, it is possible to accurately visualize the impact of every aspect of your new building. Provided that we are supplied with accurate and complete architectural drawings in digital form, In2Solar will be able to provide you with animations, drawings and 3D views of your building in all possible shading situations.
3. Impressing Skeptical Customers
Often it is hard to show people how a solar system will look on their house. It can be frustrating when you know from experience that a Sharp SRS system on their roof will look great, but you can’t seem to show them in a clear way what you are talking about.
That’s where we can help. When you need to reassure your customer (or their neighbor), that the solar system isn’t going to look like… well, something tacky… we can build an accurate model of your client’s building with a realistic view of their solar system, whether it’s Unirac with Solar World 210′s or a Sharp SRS system, we’ve got you covered.