Solar panels are a type of photovoltaic technology that converts sunlight into electricity. They consist of a series of interconnected solar cells made of a semiconductor material such as silicon. When sunlight hits these cells, it creates an electric field that generates an electrical current.
For you the homeowner, solar panels are a way to generate your own electricity and reduce your reliance on the power grid. Installing solar panels on your roof or in your yard allows you to produce your own energy from a renewable source, which can help reduce your electricity bills and your carbon footprint.
To install solar panels, we will assess your home’s energy needs, recommend the best type and number of panels to install, and handle the installation process.
Once installed, your solar panels will generate electricity during daylight hours, which you can use to power your home. If your solar panels generate more electricity than you use, the excess energy can be fed back into the grid and you may receive credits on your electricity bill through a process called net metering.
Overall, solar panels are a sustainable and cost-effective option if you want to reduce their environmental impact and save money on your energy bills over the long term.