Solar panels require an expensive, strong construction if I want to attach them to my flat roof. Does the LightCatcher need the same?

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Solar panels do require extra measures on a flat roof, but the LightCatcher does not. The LightCatcher can be installed on slanting roofs, but prefer a flat roof: that’s where they are easiest to install, contrary to solar panels. In most cases, only little fortification is needed. So contrary to solar panels: the LightCatcher is easy to install and isn’t too heavy for your roof. A flat roof is our LightCatcher’s dream. But don’t worry, with an adjusted curb or light shaft we can quickly provide the ideal solution for your slanting roof.

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