Skip links

Ground-based solar array
IronRidge Ground Mounts provide a strong mounting structure for locations where roof access is not practical or available. Up until recently, the only option we provided with our pre-engineered system was concrete foundations. Now, we have added an option for ground screw foundations to our online tool, Design Assistant, and certification letters with engineering seals in 44 states. Ground screws allow for faster installation time with less impact on the environment, when compared to concrete
American Ground Screw Solar Array
Ground Screws are fast becoming the preferred foundation method for ground-based arrays. In a recent survey of IronRidge installers, ground screws were chosen over cement pilings 2-to-1. It’s easy to understand why, given that at least a full day can be shaved off the installation since there’s no need to wait for foundation inspections and cement to cure. Plus, ground screws perform well in a wide variety of soil types and conditions, from sandy and
Power Generator in the Snow
When the Texas power grid went down in February, 2021, over 5 million people were without power for three or more days. Residents in Austin, Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth and all parts in between suffered in the cold, as their pipes burst. Empty grocery store shelves, people struggling to charge medical devices and impassable roads contributed to a second wave of the disaster. During this time, some people in charge blamed solar and other green
IronRidge FlashVue
IronRidge, an ESDEC USA Company, announced today the release of a new flush mount attachment for comp shingle roofs: the FlashVue HAYWARD, CALIF. (PRWEB) NOVEMBER 02, 2020 IronRidge, an ESDEC USA Company, announced today the release of a new flush mount attachment for comp shingle roofs. The FlashVue was designed to check all the boxes: fully waterproof, fast and easy to install correctly, economical, and strong enough to handle every environmental condition. “FlashVue does it all.
Intertek Solar Project
IronRidge solar racking and mounting, a part of the Esdec Solar Group, continues its industry-leading product safety certification. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 30, 2020 Esdec, the leading global rooftop solar mounting solutions provider, announced today that it has become an Intertek Satellite Lab for their North American solar racking and mounting brands. The move allows EcoFasten, IronRidge, and QuickMount to be under the same industry-leading certification provider of ‘Total Quality Assurance.’ Intertek’s network of more than 1,000
Questions? Power Generator in the Snow