This basic gable style roof in Yucaipa, Ca, which initially had only a small number of protrusions, was made into a roofer’s nightmare when over 60 additional penetrations were added for solar panel stanchions. The roofing under-layment was fastened to the deck while special care was taken to note the location of the trusses below the roof deck. Then, the panel stanchions were lag-bolted into place on top of the under-layment. From this point it was up to the roofers to navigate the field of stanchions and complete the community center building in time for the solar installation. The panels arrived, the electrical system was piped to the roof and the project was completed on schedule. As you can see, all went smoothly while the building is now fit with a new 20 year roof and a solar system which will continue to save them money for the duration of the roofs life.