OK, so I know last time I told you that I will let you know everything you need to know about solar panels, but I was talking to Bob the other day, stealing tips from him for you guys, and he told me that solar panels are not for everyone, and before you jump in a store and buy whatever you find, you should figure it out if they are right for you.
If you are like me, you probably want to install solar panels because you want to reduce your energy costs and also, maintain a small environmental impact.
Here are some tips to help you make the best decisions about investing in solar panels so that the payoff is satisfactory for years to come:
Think about how much do you afford spending on solar
Even if you decide to invest in the least expensive solar panels on the market, it is important to be aware that the initial investment you make into solar panel technology can be expensive. You will not only have to invest in the solar panels themselves, but you will also have to properly install them into your home or office building.
It’s a good thing that the U.S. government offers some significant tax incentives to help reduce the cost of solar panels. But even with those tax incentives,