Questions That Should Come to Your Mind Before Installing the Solar Panels at Your Home

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Do you wish to be more self-sufficient by generating your power? The best approach is to invest in a photovoltaic solar system. It is both lucrative and ecologically friendly. Solar panels, on the other hand, are not installed arbitrarily.

They are governed by rules and regulations whether they are installed on rooftops or the ground. The town planning law, the presence of historic structures in the area, municipal approval… A certain amount of duties must be met. Focus!

1. Is it true that solar panels must be exposed to the sun to generate energy?

No, no, no! It is a widely held belief. Photovoltaic panels generate power in all weather, including overcast and wet conditions. Because light is also a source of energy, you can rely on your installation in all seasons, except for overcast weather, when production drops.

As a result, the best assurance for profitable output remains good sunlight. As a result, India and all of its regions are ideal locations for solar panel installation.

2. What is a Solar Panel what is the price of the best solar panel in India?

■ Solar panel – a solar panel is the primary component of the solar system that converts sunlight into electricity.  

■ Solar panel price – The range of cost of a single solar panel is Rs. 1,000/- to Rs. 22,000/- in India on average. The cost of a 1kW solar panel (Shark 440W * 2) is Rs. 44,000/- including all charges.  

■ Best solar panel – the bifacial solar panel is the latest technology solar panel in the world that generates up to 25% maximum power and occupies less space.

■ Solar panel manufacturer – Loom Solar is a Faridabad-based solar panel manufacturer that makes cutting-edge technology products, such as solar panels & lithium batteries.

3. What is the approximate number of solar panels that I will require?

The number of solar panel is set such that on one nice sunny day, this array of panels can fully charge the battery, from which you will eat at night, and maybe the next day if the weather isn’t cooperating.

It should be mentioned that if the day is foggy or gloomy, the solar panel energy output is greatly decreased, but not stopped. On a foggy day, the power generation will not be as anticipated and expected; hence it is advisable to have some solar power margin (surplus capacity). In addition, the number of panels required is determined by the arrangement of the equipment.

4. Is it possible that photovoltaic modules may cause leaks on my roof?

Because the installation may be positioned in parallel with the roof, using the superimposition concept, the panels are no longer required to be integrated. As a result, there is no need to disassemble the roof, and it preserves its original sealing function. The roof is not altered in any way as a result of this procedure. Indeed, having solar modules installed by trained personnel ensures that know-how and state-approved processes are used. Your roof will no longer be vulnerable to leaks.

5. Is it possible that my solar panels may be damaged by lightning or hail?

Apart from lightning arresters, Loom Solar supplies your photovoltaic installations with micro-inverters with security systems to safeguard your solar panels from harsh weather. Furthermore, the panels are composed of unique glassware. During the manufacturing process, tests revealed that the likelihood of hail damage is nearly negligible. Finally, German standards and inspections apply to all LoomSolar solar panel for home.

6. What kind of warranties do the solar panels come with?

The performance of our photovoltaic panels is guaranteed for 25 years. From the first to the 12th year, we promise 90 percent of the original power of our panels, and from the 13th to the 25th year, we guarantee 80 percent of the original power.

LoomSolar also promises to cover the costs of solar panel examination and, if required, to replace any that are defective.

The inverter, the device’s other main component, is guaranteed for 5 to 12 years (including parts, labor, and travel).

7. Is it necessary to clean or wash the system regularly?

Rain cleans the panels from pollution when inclined at an angle of more than 20 degrees to the horizon, and the panel is coated with unique self-cleaning glass. If the angle is less than 20 degrees, the panel should be cleaned at least once a month.

8. What things you should keep in mind before installing solar panels at home?

■ Engineer Visit: We provide solar consultancy services to invest money in the right solar system products & services.

■ Product Selection & Cost Estimation: Costing the solar system depends on the type, technology, capacity, brands, & installation area. On average, the cost of a 1kW grid-connected solar system in India is Rs. 58,000 to 60,000/kW and whereas avg. The price of the 1kW standalone system is Rs. 96,000/-. Based on this solar system, you can estimate your rooftop solar system cost.

■ Installation: After purchasing your solar system, Loom Solar experts visit the installation site and install a solar panel, inverter, battery, and balancing of the system as per the given single line diagram (SLD). After installation, we provide a solar panel & inverter test report for net metering installation and also guide how to apply the net meter in the consumer’s location.