Many people are moving towards solar energy to complete their home energy needs and it has become very popular. People have started appreciating solar energy as the best alternative source of home energy. You also feel a sense of satisfaction by using a renewable form of energy which helps you in making your environment green and healthier. Before you make that important solar investment in your home, it is very important to consider few helpful things.
Most solar panels will be highly effective and will be able to give you consistent energy when they are getting enough sunlight throughout the day. It is necessary to analyze how much sun light is open to your rooftop and judge how effective your solar panel will be when installed on roof top. You should check the nearby trees, and if they can obstruct sun to your roof today or in the future. Shade is one of the main factors that contribute to an under-performing solar system.
Once the amount of sunlight is determined, you need to check on the quality of your roof and see if it can take the weight of solar panels. It is always better to get some roof repair work done before the solar panel installation. Installing a new solar system on a roof that is weak or in need of repair, can be a recipe for disaster where your entire solar investment is wasted.
The other thing you need to determine is your energy requirement and the required size of the solar installation. You should get a thorough energy audit done with the help of a solar expert by keeping your current and future energy needs in mind. You would also be required to upgrade your home appliances to make your home more energy efficient.
TEO Solar provides a wide range of solar energy products which includes the installation of solar pool heaters, solar panels, solar water heaters, and solar AC. If you are in Daytona Beach, Port Orange, Palm Coast, Ormond Beach, New Smyrna Beach, and Bunnell and want a free solar consultation or quotation, call us today at 386-437-2671.
Bill has been a solar professional for more than 30 years, and has extensive experience in all things solar. During this time, he has seen solar grow, evolve, and improve. His passion is solar.