Converting your whole house to solar power can be expensive. Before you commit, look at how much you can afford. The initial investment will be very large, but there will come a time when you will break even, then start realizing your savings. Work out the numbers so that you will know how it will affect your long-term budget.
Step into the future with the smart solar option to power your life cleanly and in a renewable manner. Get ahead of the game instead of waiting for everyone to adopt it. You should consider your different options and establish a budget before you decide to invest in solar panels.
I decided to get Solar Panels in July of 2011, and now with almost 7 years of data, I thought I’d share my finding, and what you can expect if you decide to go with …
If you are concerned about the environment, solar energy is the smart choice for you. The sun is a renewable resource, so you are not deteriorating the environment. Do your part to use less fossil fuels by using solar energy instead.
Carefully consider the types of solar panels you plan on having installed. Long ago, if you didn't have enough roof space, you'd need very expensive high efficiency mono-crystalline panels. There are now more advanced polycrystalline panels and even thin film panels. If you've got enough roof space, you might wish to look at the size of the panels in relation to their output capacity to avoid having insufficient panels that you need more of later.