Once your solar panels are installed, you need to keep track of how much power you are producing and using on a daily basis. Invest in a quality monitoring system and look at the data as often as possible. If you notice your panels are not producing as much energy as usual, it might be time to clean them.
I explain how much this system cost and I go over the site plan and electrical diagram in this link https://youtube.com/watch?v=TFwdY0wiBGA Keep in mind …
There is nothing that drives up your energy bills faster than children. Between computers, charging cell phones and televisions being on all the time, it can be frustrating as a parent to keep reminding your kids to conserve the electricity. For this reason, switching to solar is a very family friendly option because it reduces your electricity bill tremendously.
If you are considering installing a solar panel system, it is important that the panel faces in the sun's direction. Although this seems obvious, you would be surprised how many people forget this step. If your panel does not have sun, it won't power up. If you live in the Northern hemisphere, your panel should face South towards the horizon.