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Best Solar Panels

07 OCT 2020
  • When looking to install solar for your home, one of the most significant decisions you’ll need to make is choosing the best home solar panels for your situation. Also known as solar modules, solar panels are not one-size-fits-all. They are chosen based on their specific application. Read all about our solar financing solutions to see what payment plan works best for you.
  • Every home solar system is custom designed with software by an engineer. An expensive, high efficiency panel may perform just as well as a standard or economy panel under certain circumstances. Bigger is not always better. The best solar panels for your situation are highly dependent on the two factors below.
  • The more electricity you consume, the more solar power you’ll need to generate. You should ideally produce enough power to offset 100% of the electricity you consume. It’s useful to have a full year’s worth of electricity payments for reference on your bill, so your system designer can factor in household usage patterns that fluctuate month to month.
  • Most residential systems are placed atop your home on the roof. Your roof’s tilt, type, age, and amount of shading can all affect the number of solar panels you need. Generally speaking, it’s better to have more panels placed on the southern side of your roof, as that’s where the sun shines the most in the northern hemisphere.
    Keep in mind: Choosing the best solar panels company for you is significantly dependent on these variables. Be sure you’re working with a knowledgeable company that encompasses all of these factors into your project.
  • Solar panels and inverters work together to form the main components of your solar system.In a nutshell, your panels generate Direct Current, or DC, electricity, and then your solar panel inverter “inverts” that power to Alternating Current, or AC, electricity. This is necessary because your home appliances and the electricity grid runs on AC power.Some photovoltaic panels are compatible with only specific types of inverters, some with all inverters. Your panels and inverter must fit together like puzzle pieces. The type of system your home needs, and your own personal preferences, will determine which inverters and panels are an option for you.
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