Should you could you install your own solar electric system?
Thanks to the Internet and technological advancement, many people now have learned how to install and maintain their own solar power systems. Some of them just hire extra help when it comes to installation. This is to make sure everything is in order. Usually, they need help from doing the wiring and installing the meters into their properties.
To go back to the question, yes! You can install your own solar electric system and size up the system to suit your requirements and budget. You can consult your neighbors using solar panels. For sure, they can give some installation and maintenance tips. They can even refer you some trusted technicians you can hire for help.
Can I build my own solar panels?
You may have read or heard some DIY information about building your own solar panels, which is not really recommended. Based on reports and research, it is highly advisable to hire an experienced installer for solar panels. This is to make sure they maintain a tight control on the safety aspects. But anyway, you can always do your research for DIY solar panels. Make sure to learn more about sizing the system, picking components, mounting and installing the panels, inverters and safety disconnection.
How big a solar system will I need?
If you have any concerns about sizing your system, our customer service is always available. Gather some of your electric bills, then send us an email. If you’re planning for off the grid residential solar panels, take some time to review the load evaluation worksheet provided by the manufacturers.
How much will it cost?
The cost of the panels, other hardware such as inverters and installation fees depend on the average power usage and many other property and location specific factors. It may also vary depending on the brand and size of the solar panel system. Just make sure to verify all the details from your service provider.
How much will it cost?
With the cost of power increasing all the time it really makes sense to lock in savings as soon as possible. The sooner you install, sooner you save. With low interest rates and tax credits this is perhaps the best opportunity there ever will be to install solar on your home or business.