While it may seem that your solar panels are always affixed to your roof permanently, the best ones permit repositioning of the angles. Fixed angle panels are just not that efficient.
Check with your local power company as to whether they have a program to buy excess electricity collected by your solar panels. Some utility companies will give homeowners credits to apply to any energy provided to them. These programs are becoming more available as more and more people install solar panels on their home.
Check that your solar-energy installer has the proper licenses and insurance. Installing solar panels on a steep roof is a delicate job, and you should feel confident that your installers know what they are doing. At a minimum, look for a contracting license, workers compensation insurance, and general liability insurance.
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If solar panels are too expensive for you, think about renting them. Leasing is not as expensive as buying, and you can realize your savings sooner, like around a few weeks.