Solar 101

Sunlight makes the world come alive, so have a day filled with sunshine. ― Anthony T Hincks
  • BY : Ellen Ra
  • 27th November 2020
Solar panels have been around since at least the 1970s. The efficiency of solar hasn’t changed much, yet we’ve seen a re-emergence of solar panels on residential homes. That’s mostly partly because the price of solar panels and solar install costs has dramatically gone down. The question then becomes whether it makes economic sense for you to transition to a solar install. First, you should understand how the costs play out. When transitioning to solar, you’ll see a higher upfront cost, with savings over time. So, don’t expect your overall solar install time savings to produce results immediately, but instead, to gradually pay itself off over time.
  • BY : Ellen Ra
  • 26th November 2020
Bird B Gone netting is to protect solar panels against bird messes. Birds look for the safest places where they can make nests and lay eggs. They risk your wiring underneath the solar panel. You would like to have the solar panels last longer. Installing a net makes it easy to keep the birds away. Bird B Gone netting targets making it easy to keep the birds away. The mesh is easy to install. The net stays in position perfectly to allow you to keep the solar panels in good working condition while at the same time preventing the birds from messing the place.
  • BY : Ellen Ra
  • 25th November 2020
Many people don't bother to check their electric panels as long as everything is fine and running smoothly. However, you might realize that your electrical panels are outdated when you want to do something important, like installing solar panels, getting a hot tub, or installing an HVAC system. All these need extra efficiency and safety precautions, and any qualified electrician will do a thorough inspection of your panel before proceeding with the work.
  • BY : Ellen Ra
  • 25th November 2020
For many years, the topic of solar energy has been at the forefront of technology for scientists and members of the energy industry. The fundamental basis of solar energy is that it takes the sun's heat and converts it to electricity. Several benefits that derive from this technology include less dependence on fossil fuels and lower electric bills for the homeowner.
  • BY : Ellen Ra
  • 25th November 2020
Installing solar paneling around your home may be done in conjunction with a new roof. You can save money and add efficiency to your home by doing this, and the steps you need to know are listed below. Taking these steps ensures that you can increase your home's value by adding a new roof and a solar energy system.
  • BY : Ellen Ra
  • 25th November 2020
The words draft and icicles are not something thought of in connection to insulation. But the insulation does cause problems. The cold spot you feel when you walk across a room means the insulation is not keeping the cold air out and needs replacing. As a result, the heat turns up to stop the draft. The icicles form because the insulation has worn away in the attic, not keeping it cool. The warm air melts the snow on the roof. The water runs into the gutter and refreezes. Although the icicles are pretty to look at, they can damage the exterior of your home. In both cases, the lack of insulation is the problem.