Investing in a solar energy system is a substantial financial commitment, but the payoff can be when your solar panels continue to deliver clean, reliable power for over than 25 years. Yet, maintaining your solar power setup is no DIY task!
When it comes to solar power maintenance in South Carolina, we've got you covered. Our support and service include hassle-free maintenance, solar inverter, and optimizer replacement, and uninstall and re-install solar systems services.
We also have a simple guide to help how to self-clean your solar panels:
Elements like system design, equipment brand, maintenance agreement, inverter model, panel condition, roof orientation, building height, geographical location, and environmental surroundings all influence the total expense.
Regular maintenance is essential for maximizing the efficiency and lifespan of your solar panel system.
With Palmetto's comprehensive range of maintenance services in Columbia, SC, you can rest assured knowing that skilled technicians will keep your panels clean, inspect for potential issues, optimize performance, diagnose and replace faulty components when needed, troubleshoot optimizers, and provide continuous monitoring.
Don't let neglect undermine the potential of your solar investment. Reach out to Palmetto today and schedule a maintenance service to keep your solar panels operating at their peak performance for years to come.
Typically, solar panels only need maintenance two to four times a year
Rainwater can surely help rinse dust and debris off solar panels, but it’s not a comprehensive or a fully cleaning solution.
The maintenance cost of solar panels varies depending on your specific provider and the level of work that needs to be done. For example, doing a thorough cleaning and replacing old wires will have different costs.
Solar panels are built to be durable, but if they’re ever damaged, weather is typically the problem. Your area might be prone to heavy rain, wind, snow, or something else, but it takes much more than that to damage a system.
When cleaning your solar panels, avoid pressure washers at all costs to prevent damage to the panels. It’s best to use either a hose or a low-pressure sprayer with soapy water to thoroughly remove any buildup of dirt, debris or snow. If cleaning in freezing temperatures, make sure the water you use is warm so it doesn’t freeze on the panels.