Solar Maintenance Habits for First Time Sustainable Homeowners
Getting solar panels is the first step in your long and fruitful journey to renewable energy. As a solar newbie, the overwhelming information and maintenance rules may intimidate you.
But not to worry, this blog will guide first time sustainable homeowners. When you plug in clean energy, here are a few habits you should practice:
Keep Solar Roof Documentations
Solar roofs are long-lasting. However, when the need for repairs occurs, you’ll need to have all documents at hand. We’re looking at about 5 to 10 years before you need any sort of repairs.
It’s best to have an organized filing system for fuss-free emergency repairs.
Avoid Panicking on Cloudy Days
Solar power gets energy from, well, the sun. And during typhoon season, you may worry it isn’t storing energy and your power will fail during crucial storms.
During this time, remember that your home is retrofitted with the right panels according to your monthly bills.
We install grid tie systems based on what you regularly consume. This alone proves why solar power is just as efficient in providing your peace of mind.
Be Mindful of Your Solar Roof
Each month, dedicate a day to check if you’re in need of maintenance.
If you find maintenance requirements, Solaready Philippines is here to assist you in keeping your solar roof in shape.
We offer a lifetime service coverage and have a dedicated team to answer your inquiries.
Remember: when you have a solar roof, you’re also looking out for your family. A healthy solar roof equals to a well-functioning household.
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