The Best Solar Warranty
Your solar energy system wasn’t cheap. And if your solar panel system stops turning on one day, or a large branch breaks and shatters a panel, or your solar energy system’s efficiency drops suddenly, getting it repaired probably won’t be cheap either. That is why your solar panel warranty should play a factor in the overall cost of your system, and which solar installer you use.
Solar panels and other solar system components are manufactured to withstand the extremes of heat and cold and all types of weather. Manufacturer warranties for solar panels, solar inverters, batteries, and other solar equipment vary greatly in the solar industry, with some solar panels manufactured to last 30 years or more. At Choose The Right Solar we believe that a Solar Energy System for your home should be affordable AND dependable for the long run while requiring little maintenance over its lifetime.
We realize solar is a big investment and want you to get a good return on yours. We want your solar investment to be worry free. When you select Choose The Right Solar, you become our 25-Year customer, and we want you to be happy when you think about your solar system and us for 25 years and beyond!
Solar Panel System Maintenance
Does my solar system need regular maintenance? A solar system panel requires little to no servicing, because it was designed to last for at least 25 years. There is no recurring solar panel maintenance cost. However, the solar panels should be cleaned yearly. It is recommended that they be cleaned 2-4 times per year. “Cleaning” is usually as simple as washing off with a water hose. If you don’t want to or can’t get up on your roof, it is often possible to get a high-pressure nozzle for your hose that will spray up on your roof and rinse off your solar panels.
Solar technology gives you access to an unlimited power source as you step toward a clean and sustainable future. Choose The Right Solar specializes in solar panel installation for homes and commercial sites.
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