Have any Solar Panel Questions?

Welcome to our FAQ page, where we aim to provide answers to common solar panel questions. We understand that making the switch to solar power can raise inquiries, and we are here to address them. Below, you'll find answers to some frequently asked solar panel questions:

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Solar panels work by converting sunlight into electricity through the use of photovoltaic cells.
The cost of solar panels can vary depending on a number of factors, including the size of the system and location. However, the price has significantly decreased over the years and there are also government incentives available to help offset the cost. You can also Contact us for a free quote.
Benefits of using solar energy include reducing your carbon footprint, lowering your energy bills, and increasing your home's value. You can also read our blog post on The Advantages of Solar Panels for more information.
At LSB Renewable Energy, we exclusively use Jinko solar panels, renowned for their exceptional quality and durability. Here's what you need to know about the lifespan of Jinko solar panels: How long do Jinko solar panels last? Jinko solar panels are built to withstand the test of time. With their robust construction and high-quality materials, Jinko solar panels have an expected lifespan of over 25 years. In fact, Jinko provides a comprehensive 30-year warranty on their panels, which speaks to their confidence in the product's longevity and performance.
Yes, solar panels can power your entire home, depending on the size of the system and your energy usage. You can also store energy to use in the evening.
Although the amount of electricity produced will be reduced, solar panels will still generate electricity on cloudy days.
Yes, there are a variety of government incentives available for installing solar panels, including tax credits, rebates, and grants.
Your home may be a good candidate for solar panels if you have a sunny, south-facing roof with little to no shading.
Solar panels require very little maintenance, but occasional cleaning and inspections are recommended to ensure optimal performance.
Net metering is a billing arrangement that allows homeowners with solar panels to sell excess electricity back to the grid and receive credits on their utility bill.