Yes, excess energy can be stored in batteries for later use.
The homeowner is responsible for panel maintenance.
Yes, by installing a battery backup system.
Savings depend on individual usage and location.
You may have one combined bill for both grid and solar energy.
A battery backup system can power critical appliances during a blackout.
Solar panels are designed to withstand inclement weather.
Yes, more panels can be added later.
Payment options vary by installer and may include leasing or financing.
Options include transferring ownership, buying out the contract, or leaving the system for the next homeowner.
The process includes consultation, design, permitting, installation, and inspection.
Factors to consider include location, shading, roof angle, and energy usage.
Net metering allows homeowners to sell excess energy back to the grid.
Installation time varies based on system size and complexity.
Solar can increase the value of your home.