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Frequently Asked Questions
How long do solar batteries last?

Home solar battery systems have a lifespan of five to fifteen years. To match the 20 to 30 year lifespan of your solar power system, it's almost certain that you will need to replace your solar battery if you opt to install one today.

Solar energy works – but who can afford it?

Solar power was once expensive. However, solar is now a considerably cheap energy choice thanks to technological advancements, state and federal incentives, and creative financing schemes. Additionally, the savings and credits your system can produce for you can help it pay for itself.

How do I know if my home is suitable for a solar energy system?

We consider the structure of your roof, tree shadowing, the amount of energy you currently use at home, and your savings objectives. A Solar Energy Specialist may provide you with a free price and a rough design of the ideal panel layout for your home once all of this information has been obtained.

Can I install the solar system myself?

As solar energy costs decrease, the DIY solar movement is gradually going out of style. Homeowners are turning to professionals because they can install with confidence and receive production and power guarantees.

Do solar panels work at night and on cloudy days?

For your solar panels to generate electricity, the weather need not be entirely sunny. Your panels won't operate at full capacity in cloudy or overcast conditions, but they can still generate electricity. Additionally, solar panels can withstand some rather severe weather. They are built to survive direct lightning strikes in addition to one inch hail travelling at 55 miles per hour.