There are three main factors to consider -- age, condition and cost. Age: If your roof is less than 12 to 15 years old, it’s probably fine. Condition: Check for red flags, both inside and out. Signs of water damage (leaks or stains) on your ceiling Outside… Continue reading
There’s some science behind this question, including roof architecture, angle and tilt, geographical location, shading factors, energy goals, and the average amount of sunlight you receive each day. But you don’t have to worry about it. We’ll do all the… Continue reading
There is no single answer to this question. The length of time required for each step in the process will vary depending on several factors, many of them beyond the control of Sunnova and its contractors. Such factors may include obtaining any necessary permits,… Continue reading
Most solar systems are designed to last at least 20 years. Correct installation is where it begins, so it’s important to make sure your contractor gets it right. Working with local contractors is a great place to start because they are familiar with your… Continue reading
A racking system mounts the panels, and any gaps resulting from installation are sealed. Coverings, such as flashing, may be required. If so, you’ll instantly have additional barriers to protect your roof from the elements. The integrity of your roof will… Continue reading
Snow, dust, bird droppings -- just like the windows on your house, solar panels will experience all of these things. And if it builds up over time, solar power production could be impacted. However, with a little help from Mother Nature in the form of rain,… Continue reading
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