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Frequently Asked Residential Solar Questions

Thinking of installing solar panels but have questions on how the process works? We has compiled the most frequently asked solar installation questions and answers to help make the process even easier.

The solar industry has a long history of supply shortages. A reputable solar company should have 8-12 weeks of inventory. We have four large well-stocked warehouses in the United States, and large well-stocked warehouses in Germany, Poland, France, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom. We make sure our residential and commercial customers are never inconvenienced.

Solar panels, also called photovoltaic or PV panels, consist of solar cells that are designed to capture the radiant light and heat contained in sunlight and convert it into usable clean energy for your home. When sunlight hits your solar panel, the photons of energy are converted into DC (direct current) electricity, which is then converted into AC (alternating current) electricity for use in your home. Solar panels are often grouped together to form a solar grid or solar array, allowing you to capture and harness the right amount of energy for your needs.

Currently, the majority of solar modules come with a 25-year power output warranty and may last much longer than that. When a homeowner gets our services, right after installation they gain immediate access to energy monitoring, devoted customer assistance, special discounts, and best-in-class maintenance services.

Yes! Adding solar electricity to your home can be a practical approach to address all three of these issues, whether you're trying to reduce your expenses, conserve resources, or safeguard the environment from the consequences of climate change.

In terms of the environment, a solar energy investment enables you to significantly reduce your carbon footprint and dependency on fossil fuels. Additionally, it's a fantastic opportunity to raise awareness of clean technologies and the economy they support.

If you live in an area with high energy prices and decent solar ratings, and you can afford the initial investment, installing solar panels on your home is worth it—both for the environment and for the benefit of your wallet.