Solar panels for residential users, as an alternative to traditional electricity, represent a novelty. And just as it happens with all the new things, there is some reluctance on the part of those who are considering different options to decrease their electricity consumption and did not make yet the decision to install solar panels.
One undeniable thing when it comes to solar panel systems is the financial advantage for those who install them at home. Solar energy is free, and modern solar panels give you the opportunity to fuel or heat your entire home, without the need for electricity supplied by large companies.
But can your roof handle solar panels?
This is the first aspect you should take into consideration. If your roof does not receive too much sunlight exposure, then your home may not be the perfect candidate for installing solar panels.
The second condition of a roof that can handle such a system is to have a solid structure, and getting an inspection from one of the licensed Fayetteville roofing companies is important. Solar panel have a lifespan of up to 25 years, so before installing them you should make sure the roof beneath is in the best shape. If your roof needs renovation, it is best to do it before mounting the solar panel system.