As a clean energy source, solar energy is not only environmentally friendly, but also saves living expenses for households that use relatively large electricity. Therefore, the installation of solar panels has attracted more and more families’ attention. So, how can you judge whether your home is suitable for installing solar panels?

The main points of installing solar panels:

Point 1: Installation site conditions

As long as the area of the site is sufficient and the light is sufficient, the installation site can be the roof, ground or hillside.

Point 2: Lighting conditions

The orientation of the solar energy panels for home on the roof is very important. It is better to face south and west, followed by east. The north is the least ideal.

Also, it is better to install solar energy panels for home between 18-23 degrees angle on the roof.

Point 3: Electricity bills

California’s electricity bills are typically charged in a tiered manner, and the first tier’s electricity is relatively cheap.

Customers who want to save electricity will not save much electricity in the first tier.

The electricity consumption is above the second tier with a monthly electricity bill above 80 dollars, it is more suitable to install solar energy.

If you don’t know whether your home’s roof conditions are suitable, you can look for professional staff from a formal company for evaluation.

The number of solar panels installed is related to the electricity consumption rather than the size of the house. The more electricity is used, the more solar panels are used, and a larger area is required. Different brands of solar panels have slight differences in size, and it is basically about 15 square feet. Professional staff is needed to assess whether the roof area is enough.

The weight of a solar panel with shelves and parts is about 45 pounds. For most houses, there is no problem with roofs. The specifics should be determined with the help of professionals.