Ion Solar Pros (Wolcott, Connecticut) If you’re considering a home solar energy system, you’ll benefit by knowing what features will get you the most value and return on your investment. There are many solar power companies out there, but not all solar energy systems are created equal. Here are three key considerations to help you select the right vendor for the most long-lasting and reliable system:
1. How efficient are the solar panels? The efficiency of solar panels makes all the difference in terms of saving serious money on your utility bills. How can you get the most kilowatt hours with the fewest panels, requiring less rooftop space to meet your home’s energy needs? Can the solar panels generate sunlight from ultraviolet and infrared rays? What is the loss rate of efficiency each year and how does it compare to the industry average?
2. How durable are the solar modules? Solar panels are only as good as the solar cells inside them. Over time, all solar panels lose a percentage of their production ability due to exposure to the elements and temperature changes that can cause solar panels to expand or contract. However, conventional solar cells can break and degrade more quickly than cells in more advanced solar panels that are built with a solid copper foundation and materials that result in greater efficiency and longer life.
3. How long has the company been in business and what is covered in the warranty? The last thing you need is to buy solar from a fly-by-night company that might not be around if you experience problems. Nor do you want a company that installs components from multiple manufacturers with their own warranties that are confusing to understand. Look for a stable, reputable company that’s been in business for a long time, offers a comprehensive 25-year warranty, and whose solar equipment comes from one source.
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