You should never feel pressured to buy something, especially an expensive solar energy system. These types of salespeople are pretty common in this industry. You can tell them you'll be back later, and they should be fine with it. If they are persistent about making a deal now, tell them that the deal should be just as good in the future. Making decisions under pressure can be more costly later on.
The mounting system of your panels should be adapted to your area. If your home is often exposed to strong winds, earthquakes or even tornadoes, you need to find a mounting system that can withstand these extreme conditions. Contact your local government to find out more regarding regulations on solar panel mounts.
In this video I show you a DIY solar system that can be installed with little effort. Produces enough power to run a couple large appliances and for half the price …
If you think you might need to replace your roof in the near future, hold off on installing solar panels. Solar panels can be difficult for some roof installers to contend with, and this means a more difficult and increasingly costly roof repair bill. If you can afford to wait on the panels and replace your roof first, this is the way to go.
Purchase batteries to store excess solar energy. These batteries are similar to rechargeable batteries; however, they use the sun's energy to power up the batteries. This energy can be used in the evenings and at night to help power your appliances, televisions and lighting requirements. These batteries are relatively inexpensive making them a great choice for the beginner.