solar3 - Photovoltaic Your Way: Different Ways You Can Install Solar Panels Energy Saving Solutions 

Photovoltaic Your Way: Different Ways You Can Install Solar Panels

The spike in interest regarding solar panels has reached an all time high. We can hardly blame people since they are quickly realizing the many benefits that come with it. Of course, with every discussion regarding having to install anything—especially something that is slightly complicated and expensive as solar panels—there is an unending debate.

We are, of course, referring to which is the best way to install those darn panels in anyway. This is what Solarwall will be focusing on in today’s discussion! When it comes to installation of anything that will require an understanding of the system and what’s needed, you can always hire a crew to do it for you. At the same time, it is something that you can also teach you and your family about, save on costs, and install it yourself.

So we’re back to the discussion of DIY versus Hiring a crew. Let’s explore both options!

DIY

Doing the installation on your own is possible but can be tricky. The installation will require establishing the conduit and securing the platform, and so many other tasks. This may require tools that you do not own and aren’t familiar with using.

Yes, you will be saving money when you do it yourself.  However, there are also the chances of making a mistake which can end up costing you more.

img - Photovoltaic Your Way: Different Ways You Can Install Solar Panels

Hiring a Crew

Hiring a professional installation crew is as easy as contacting the company, signing the dotted line, and waiting for them to get finished. While they may come with a fee, you can always be assured of superior quality in the installation.

If you’re smart about your purchase, you can actually even secure free installation when you buy certain brands or models of solar panels. If you are planning to hire a crew, make sure that you screen them well and that you read every single part of your contract before signing it.

Now, we want to pass on the question to you kind folks! What different installation ways do you know of? Also, if you were to choose, would you DIY or hire a crew?

Read More
solar2 - Harness the Sun: Why Are Solar Panels a Good Investment Energy Saving Solar Energy 

Harness the Sun: Why Are Solar Panels a Good Investment

Everyone consumes a lot of energy when they turn on their TV or run the heater for a room or the shower. The ever present rising costs now make people realize that something has got to change. While some think that they need to change the amount of energy used, there are those that found a whole different answer.

Instead of limiting the energy they use or cutting back on their appliance usage, they just figured that they should find an alternative source of energy—one that won’t take a huge bite out of their finances. Of course, we are speaking of solar panels!

If you’re one of the many people that have a vague idea that solar panels are good but not quite decided if it’s a good investment, here are a few solid reasons for you:

It’s good for the environment

Solar panels harness the power of the sun. The sun, as you know, won’t die out any time soon so you will be tapping into clean and sustainable energy. When something is considered to be clean, you are not adding any pollutants into the environment.

You can see why this would be good for everyone over all.

soalr - Harness the Sun: Why Are Solar Panels a Good Investment

It saves you a ton of money in the long run

While solar panels can set you back a pretty penny for the costs of installation and the cost of the panels themselves, they more than make up for it in the long run. Families which have installed solar panels in their home have reported an 80-90% drop in their monthly energy bills.

Imagine having to pay only a fraction of what you usually spend on energy for the rest of your life.

It cools down your home

Solar panels are especially made to absorb the heat that the sun casts down unto your home. Usually the heat will go past your roofing and down into your home. The solar panels change that effectively by taking in the heat.

So you get a cooler (figuratively and literally) home altogether.

Do you have any questions about solar panels? We want to pass on this question to you: why do you think that solar panels would be a good investment?

Read More