Residential Solar Systems – Maintenance Tips

May 26, 2019  |  Residential Solar, Solar Energy, Solar Maintenance

Solar panels are made of a very durable materials with no moving parts and are installed using aluminum clamps and stainless-steel bolts, so there is not much can go wrong with your residential solar installation. Any issues with solar panel performance are usually related to inverter functions which can be detected by monitoring the changes in your system’s production, which allows you to identify and address the problems proactively. However, if you want to keep your photovoltaic system operating at peak efficiency, the cleaning and maintenance of your solar power system is an unavoidable certainty (as it is the case with most household equipment and appliances). The good news is, for most residential systems cleaning is only necessary every 1-2 years.

Solar panels that get proper solar panel maintenance can last 25+ years. Follow our solar maintenance tips to ensure that your solar power system delivers at the greatest possible capacity for many years to come.

Residential Solar Systems – Maintenance Tips

DIY Note:  Access your rooftop to maintain your panels only if you have the appropriate safety equipment and training. Otherwise, hire a qualified professional.

Day One Solar Home Solar Maintenance & Repair

We take a proactive role in maintenance of residential solar power systems through inspections, performance reporting, remote monitoring, and customer training.

Here is the full list of repair and maintenance services we offer:

We believe solar is a better way to power our lives, and ongoing care is essential for PV systems. Let Day One Solar be your trusted partner in helping you protect your solar investment, avoid costly repairs, and keep your solar system operating at its peak capacity.

You can call 831-427-8270 – our team is happy to answer any questions you may have.