Money Saving Tip: Install Solar Panels
These days, saving money must be your habit. Upper, middle or low class, you need to have a budget in everything you’re going to buy in order to save more money. In terms of paying the bills, there’s a better to cut your expenses. This is what they refer to as solar panel installation.
Solar panels reduce your electricity bill. These panels convert the light into electricity, which you use to power your home appliances during daylight hours.
Of course, the savings you’ll have will depend on the system size, number of hours the electricity is used when you’re home during the day and other factors.
FYI: There are two types of panels. Thermal panels that are used to heat water and photovoltaic (PV) panels that are used to generate electricity. It’s best when you install these two panels in your home. It means there will be more savings. And more savings means you can use the money for travel.
How Solar Panels Work
These solar panels are installed in your roof to generate energy from the sun. Ideally, the roof must face 45 degrees of south and without shade from other buildings or trees.
Upon installation, some early or late shading is okay but it’s preferred when the roof remains unshaded between ten in the morning until four in the afternoon.
Solar energy is limitless during the day. Yet some energy will no longer in use. These energy will be pumped back to the grid. If you’ll use more than the panels can generate, the excess comes off the grid exactly as it did before the panels were fitted.
During winter, it’s expected that solar power is less. For this reason, you’ll take more power from the grid. It’s expected the amount of energy will be enough to run your basic appliances such as refrigerator, radio and TV.
In any case your roof doesn’t fit the requirements, you may not be able to get maximum payments with solar panels. Or, better yet, ask an expert on what should be done. You may have to cut a tree or you’ll need a major roof redevelopment.