Self-installation of solar panels is one way to reduce overall costs. However, the DIY approach to solar module installation is dangerous. Therefore, for most of us, using a quality solar module installer is the right choice.
A qualified professional will ensure that your product is installed according to the manufacturer's instructions so that it works effectively and that you do not lose your warranty coverage. You can also browse online resources or online websites to find more information about solar panel installers.
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However, finding the right installer can be a lottery unless you follow a few simple guidelines.
1. Ask for recommendations
Do you know someone who has installed solar panels? Would you recommend your installer to others? Was there a problem with the installation – it can also help you refine your criteria.
2. Seek professional accreditation
Many installers display the logo of the system by which they are accredited on their website. However, it is advisable to re-consult with the actual system operator to ensure that the accreditation is valid and up-to-date.
3. Do a little background research
If you have a shortlist of installers, do your own research Check their website, does it feel professional, does it provide you with enough information that you can rely on their experience and expertise? Look for professional accreditation and, as noted above, check again with a currency accrediting body.
So if you're thinking about installing solar panels, it's worth doing a lot of overhead work from the start to ensure a smooth and fast installation.