Contact your insurance agent to find out if a solar energy system could be included in your insurance policy. Expect your homeowner's insurance premiums to go up once your system is installed and consider switching to a different insurance agency if you find that your premiums have become too expensive.
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Know how light mixes with the trees around your property. You may think you've got the perfect spot for a solar panel, but watch it throughout the day. The sun coming in from different angles may lead to surprising shadows from trees and foliage. This will affect your solar output.
It's better to get a solar system when you own a home. Don't overextend! If you have a mortgage and you need to finance your solar energy system, you could endanger your financial security.