As experts in solar repair and maintenance, we’ve been able to see several shades of a bad solar panel installation project. With this sequel, we seek to help educate future solar energy customers in order to avoid the top 7 common mistakes they can make when buying solar panels for their home.
Most new solar energy customers love the savings that comes with the installation, but find the process of getting solar a challenge. Adding solar panels to your roof can be a large financial commitment, and you should expect the best quality work for your home. By avoiding the top 7 common mistakes when buying solar, you can avoid having a poor solar installation experience. Avoiding these mistakes will help you reap more benefits from your solar energy system.
Mistake #1 Not getting a basic education about solar.
it won’t hurt to do a bit of research, irrespective of what your motivation is for thinking about getting solar power. Even though it can be overwhelming and difficult to know where to start, the internet offers a lot of information about every subject known to man.
Most people start with trying to assimilate so much information at once resulting in them giving up due to information overload. The problem with this approach is the lack of structure. No meaningful way of getting from point A to point B.
What you need is a ‘solar for beginners’ tutorial of sorts. A beginners guide is the best place to start your solar energy education.
Even if you don’t have enough time to get through it in one sitting. Take your time before you move on to the next solar installation subject area. In the words of a once famous Prime Minister we’d all rather forget about – “It’s not a race”.