Do you want to make cuts in your utility bills, increase the value of your property and support the environment – all at the same time? If so, then you should consider installing solar panels on your high-quality residential property.
Solar energy becomes inexpensive with conventional energy sources. The cost of the solar panels themselves has seen a drop off more than 40% in recent years. There has never been a better time to make the transition to clean renewable energy for your home.
How do solar panels residential?
Residential solar panels convert light energy from the sun into electrical energy using an array of solar photovoltaic cells for converting photons into usable electrical energy.
Solar cells or photovoltaic cells are arranged in a grid-like arrangement on the surface of the panel to multiply a specific power of electrical energy. Then multiple panels are arranged in an array and installed on a roof or in an area that generates electrical energy that can power a residential or commercial property.
How much power can produce solar panels?
The amount of energy produced by solar panels is influenced by several factors such as the quality of the panel, materials, and technology are used in the design and assembly of the panel and the amount of time the panel was used. When buying solar panels for residential, it is best to look beyond the dimensions of the panels and watch the dollars/watt ratio.
Get more from your residential solar panels
The best way to get the most out of your residential solar panels is to take simple measures like switching to CFL or LED bulbs, investing in Energy Star appliances, using smart power strips that turn off electronics when not in use, and make sure your windows, doors, insulation and are energy efficient.