If you’re looking for a way to reduce your utility costs while also minimizing your carbon footprint, you may be thinking about installing solar panels. Solar panels are one of the most effective eco-friendly ways to power your home. Not only do solar panels provide reliable power and reduce your reliance on fossil fuels, but they also help to reduce your utility expenses.
If your interests are piqued and you’d like to investigate installing solar panels on your home before you make your final decision, you probably have a few questions; one of those questions being, “How long does solar panel installation take?”
There isn’t a definitive answer to this question, as there are several factors that will impact the length of time it will take to install solar panels on your home. However, understanding these factors can help you calculate a rough estimate regarding the length of time it will take for your solar panel installation to be completed.
The Size of the System
Solar panel systems come in several sizes, and the size will have a definite impact on the length of time it will take to complete the installation process. Generally speaking, the larger the system, the longer it will take to complete the job. Why? – Because larger systems feature more frames, have more panels, and more panels need to be connected to the inverter.
Getting Solar Panel Permits
In order to install solar panels on your home, you’ll need to secure permits. Depending on where you live, this could be a fast and easy process, or it could take a long time. The longer it takes to secure the permits, the longer it will take to complete the installation.
Getting the Crew to install Solar Panels
Lastly, the size of the crew will impact the length of time it will take to have your solar panel system installed. Obviously, the larger the crew, the quicker project will be completed, but if the crew is on the smaller side, it will take longer to get the job done.
Luckily, the crew from Paramount Home Solutions has you covered.