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Kingwood Solar Panel Cleaning

If you have dirty solar panels, you could be losing up to 30% efficiency out of your system.  Over time that can reduce much of your savings by using solar power.  Performing solar panel cleaning is the best way to keep your solar power system performing it’s best, as well as receiving the maximum lifespan out of your solar panels.  Along with keeping your solar panels clean, it’s a good idea to have your roof shingles cleaned as well.  Having clean roof shingles, as a result, will keep your solar panels cleaner for a longer period of time.  For more information on roof shingle cleaning, please visit our roof cleaning page.

Before and After Kingwood Solar Panel Cleaning

Cleaning Your Solar Panels

When cleaning solar panels, great care must be taken. Performing solar panel cleaning on a hot day can damage your solar panels if not performed correctly. The protective glass can break if going from hot to cold immediately. When performing solar panel cleaning, we use only non caustic chemicals and a triple filtered water system to make sure your panels are cleaned to perfection. Using a triple filtered water system will leave your panels streak and spot free. Results will be seen immediately after your panels are cleaned.

Solar Panel Cleaning
Solar Panel Efficiency

Why Should Solar Panels Be Cleaned?

 Just like any other surface, solar panels can become soiled as well. When we say soiled, we mean that the panels can become caked with debris, like dust, mold, mildew, bird dropping, or many other obstacles that can block the sunlight from reaching the cells of the solar panel. This “Soiling” can produce power loss. A study that was performed shows that if solar panels are not cleaned on a regular basis, depending on the area you live, that up to 30% power loss can be achieved.

How Often Should I Clean My Solar Panels?

Our recommendation is that solar panels should be cleaned on an annual basis. There are many recommendations, due to the many studies that are out there. Some recommend cleaning your solar panels annually, quarterly, monthly, and more. The more research you do, the more recommendations you’ll find. We recommended to clean your solar panels on an annual basis along with the pressure washing of your property as a preventative maintenance, or whenever the solar panels look dirty.

Thinking About Getting Solar Panels?

If solar panels are in your future, please visit this great website for more information.  www.solar-estimate.org  This website will show you the pros and cons of the solar panel industry, and all the State and local incentives.  They also provide free estimates for installing a solar power system.