West Palm Beach Solar Services
Moving on from Tamarac, the next area we service in the West Palm Beach district. Located in the south of the state, it is separated from the world-famous Palm Beach area by the Lake Worth Lagoon. The downtown area is filled with restaurants, clubs, shops, and everything in between, which makes it a hotbed for commercial solar solutions. We have been providing advice to clients in this area for many years, and if you would like to know what we know, you know what you need to do. Our experts are always ready and waiting.
West Palm Beach
The best way to describe this area is to use the phrase modern urban. It has seen a massive revamp over the last 10 to 15 years, and with all this work has come the need to provide clients with reliable solar advice they can count on, no matter what. This is precisely why one will see so many businesses either sharing a solar system or having one of their own. The business community understands the bigger picture is what matters, and when they need advice on what to do next, who do you think they ask?
How Solar Panels Work
We are going to try our best to explain this without making it sound too complicated. All solar panels are filled with what we call PV cells. These cells effectively absorb the light emitted from the sun's rays which then create electrical charges. These charges move due to an internal electrical field given off by the cell, and this is what makes the electricity flow. Now if all this still seems a bit too technical for you, please do not hesitate to give us a call right away and our experts will go into more detail to make sure you are satisfied.
Having spent a pretty penny on your solar panel solutions, you will want to know how long they are going to last. Now we would love to give you a specific answer, but at the end of the day it will largely depend on the make you are using, and the system you are operating. We can however tell you that modern-day panel will last much longer than their predecessors due to the advancements in technology, and nowadays you can expect a panel to last anywhere between 25 and 30 years without breaking a sweat.
You will be surprised to find out that this is not a question we get asked very often. In fact, we often find ourselves having to bring it up and remind the client that their system will need some maintenance and TLC from time to time. This is essential if one wants to make sure that their system runs at optimal levels no matter what, and if you would like for specific information regarding what solar panel and system maintenance are actually all about, you will have to pick up the phone and call us immediately.