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Yeah. You’re right, adding panels is easier but all of the wiring before the inverters is plug and play and all of the wiring after and into your electrical service panel is standard. You can hire an electrician for the final connection if that’s too intimidating or even have him complete all of the AC wiring.
The other area that I thought would be a deal breaker is the submitting of plans for permitting, but the place I bought the panels from has engineers and tech advisors available to talk to and will provide engineered plans.
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