You don't necessarily have to stick the solar panels in the typical locations you see in the brochures. There only needs to be a small gap of approximately 1" behind the panel for air circulation. You can find interesting positions anywhere on your property that work with the style and design of the surrounding area.
Solar panels are not very easy to install, so you should hire a professional to get the job done. While you will save a bit of money by trying to do it in your own, you do not want things to be less than perfect. Also, you will most likely end up paying someone to come out and fix the mess you made.
Solar energy is not a good option for everyone but you should still consider it. Truthfully, millions use it to save money on power bills. Find a company local to your region that provides help with solar power so you can get help when you require it.
In this video we meet Casey & Natasha, a conscious couple who built a passive solar home near Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. In addition to orienting their house to …