This video delves into the factors to consider when buying a home solar panel. Solar power is a cost-effective way to generate electricity, and the perfect solar panels for your home depend on the climate, the size of your home, and your budget. Many factors determine the energy your solar panel will produce and what you can save on your electricity bill.
First, you need to decide the consumption levels and whether your home has adequate roof space if you want an inverter or not, and if there is any special equipment that needs replacing. Next, the size of the solar panel will determine how many watts they produce and how much energy they can store for later use. Finally, the storage capacity also determines how long it takes for the battery bank to charge.
Once you determine the size of the solar panel, choose between an inverter or direct-connected batteries. A crucial factor when selecting solar panels is ensuring they are compatible with your home and will fit nicely on your roof. For example, if you have a pitched roof, you’ll need more panels than flat roofs.