Your solar energy system needs to be exposed to the sun at all times. Most homeowners have their solar panels installed on their roof but you could also have some panels installed on your front lawn. Do not hesitate to cut a few trees to avoid shadows and have a professional help you determine the best place for your panels.
If you think you might need to replace your roof in the near future, hold off on installing solar panels. Solar panels can be difficult for some roof installers to contend with, and this means a more difficult and increasingly costly roof repair bill. If you can afford to wait on the panels and replace your roof first, this is the way to go.
Mike Mrozek of Colored Solar, speaks about solar energy; the return on investment re solar panels; storage of solar energy with home-based batteries; and the …
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.