Avoid stepping on solar panels, unless you really need to. These can cost you quite a bit of money, so they need to be kept in great condition. The most fragile part is typically the end of each panel, so avoid that area.
Larger solar panels are not necessarily a good option. The quality of each panel is affected by many factors, like wattage and warranty. Consider everything when making a hefty purchase like this.
Be sure mountings on solar energy panels are engineer certified for your area. For instance, if if you're in an area that gets frequent cyclones, the mountings need to be cyclone rated. High-quality systems will be wind certified to ensure they don't blow away in a huge wind storm. Mounting is an important part of the system and not all suppliers regard them that way. Stay alert when buying your system to make sure they have proper certifications.
Hi welcome back to our YouTube channel Here a Plumber is connecting up a solar water heating farm positioned on the top of a building in Mayville Durban.