Along with the obvious fact that they are the professionals in the space, they can give you on the spot professional advice too. It doesn’t just end with solar system installation. You will need to learn to maintain and optimise your solar panels, as well as giving them longevity by learning how to look after them properly. An Electrical Contractor can give you that advice on the spot.
Be sure to get an Electrical Contractor whose business contract comes with a warranty period. This means that you are protected by any installation problems which may occur. If you install the solar panels on your own, you have no warranty to protect you, and any incorrect installation adjustments may turn out to be costly.
Electrical Contractors should have certain certifications and accreditations to back up their profession. This gives you peace of mind when having the professional installing your solar panels, but also you can trust that they perform many installations in homes, so will leave your property in a professional state and with the panels installed to the highest standards.
You may think that installing your solar panels is a breeze. However, it’s a complex process that can include:
- Installing wiring between a new electrical panel and the power system
- Attaching racks to the roof or at other location to support the panels
- Professional installing panels onto the racking system
- Connecting the system’s inverter to the new electrical panel
- Installing the power meter (for net metering) to obtain utility energy credits
With this in mind, it makes sense to leave it to the professionals. If you want more advice on the benefits of Electrical Contractors or need one to come and install your panels,