Turning on the solar panels that turn the sun's light into energy all seasons does not guarantee the full panel surface out in the open tkaes up the San Diego sun's energy. Dirt, and tree leaves and branches, built up on the panel tops during Winter weather, lower the energy charge during Spring.
Home work inspecting the panels that need to stay clean to stay fully active prevent energy losses. Panel performance thinned out by dirt and debris not cleaned off the panels lowers the home energy production the slora system produces. Homeowners willing to pay a price to get a professional inspection call McWire Electric, to ask for a maintenance inspection. The company offers free quotes, and offers full year cleaning plans. Six month cleanings. Quarterly cleanings. And, quarterly cleanings plus a one year full system diagnosis and tune up.
The maintenace saves a homeowner time. And, "boosts" the solar panel system performance.
The company tells San Diego customers a new system typically needs "little maintenace." But, recommends inspections.
Maintenace work McWire Electric, workers do keeps energy production gains level on the systems put in by the company that recently set up a new showroom and helps homeowners lower their reliance on SDG&E electricity and run a green energy conserving home. San Diego's clean technology takes the surplus unnecessary costs out of energy bills. A company in the solar panel cleaning business makes the technology's energy cost impact count for the most money savings a homeowner can choose.
The panel cleaning work also protects the green value in the home value. And, guarantees the homeowner can use low to no public utility electricity, without experiencing low points in the panels' natural energy production.
This is the first article in this three article piece for American Enterprise Sequels on Thursdays.