Try to choose solar panels that can have their angles adjusted easily. The angle at which the sun hits the Earth changes throughout the year. This means that the best angle to catch the suns rays can be very different between summer and winter. Ideally you want to at least be able to adjust the angle of your panels twice a year, however if you can find some that allow adjustments four times a year (spring, summer, fall, winter) that is even better.
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Track numbers when getting solar panels for the home. Solar panels might not be a good option if you cannot count on optimal exposure to sun rays in your area or if you use more power than a regular solar energy system can generate. You need to do all your homework, so you know if this type of energy is really going to save you money.