4 Seasons of Solar

N/A | January 22, 2019

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People considering equipping their homes with solar power often wonder what kind of involvement with the system will be required of them after the installation. Fortunately, there’s not much you need to know. Solar PV panels are designed to be maintenance-free and pretty much self-operating, no matter the time of year. There are no filters to replace or moving parts to change out. Cleaning will be minimal and, in most cases, optional. The truth is, you’ll spend more time messing with your vacuum cleaner than you will with your solar panels.

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