Never walk on solar panels. They are fragile and can cost you a lot of money if you break them. If you have to walk on them, don't walk on the ends since these are the most fragile areas.
Ask your solar panel vendor about the certifications they have and about the testing of the panels you are interested in. You might qualified for some rebates offered by the government if you go through a certified vendor and choose panels that have received certifications too. Besides, this is a good way to make sure you are getting a quality product.
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Your solar panels should be able to get a maximum amount of light form the sun. If you are set against hiring a professional to assist you, you can start tracking the sun's movements yourself to calculate the best positioning.
Before making a choice on how many solar panels you use make a list of all the electrical appliances you use and the wattage and hours utilized by each one. This will be helpful in determining how much solar power you will need. No matter if you decide to install the equipment yourself or have someone else do it, this information will help your choices.