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What To Expect After Cleaning Your Solar Panels

If you are looking to tackle the task of cleaning your solar panels you can be rest assured that you will be gaining improvements in the production of power output from your solar panels if you clean them properly.

The most common solar panel installation in Perth is a 5kw system made up of approximately 20 x 250w panels. In Perth, during summer you should be producing up to 30kwh with a 25kwh average. If you have dirty solar panels your average production could be cut to just 17.50kwh per day. Disclaimer, these numbers are approximate and several factors come into play such as orientation, location, size and brand of system installed.

In order to produce an additional 225kwh per month (or equivalent to a further 9 days of power production per month) you need t be sure that your solar panel installation is in tip top clean shape. To know about how to clean your solar panel system in perth view our blog post on how to clean our own solar panels.

If you are not brave enough or do not have the time to clean your own system this is where Solar Panel Cleaning Perth comes in.

We will skillfully clean, maintain and prevent dust, dirt, scale, salt, and mould build up on your solar panel installation.

To ensure that you are getting your additional 108 days of power production per year, call us to clean your solar panel system today.


Will Cleaning My Solar Panels Make A difference

Some people question if cleaning solar panels in perth will make a difference to the power output, this question is best answered by a simple formula. If your windscreen of your car is caked in dirt dust and bugs will you be able to drive safely? Similarly if your headlights were caked with dead bugs will your lights shine as bright as they would if it was clear of dead bugs? Let us clean your solar panels in perth today.

How to Clean Solar Panels in Perth

If you are looking to tackle the task of cleaning solar panels in Perth then there a few things you should consider before climbing up the ladder. Here are some common questions you should ask yourself before deciding on taking on this task yourself;

  1. First of all, are you or your home fully insured in case of an accident?
  2. Are you comfortable working at heights? If the answer is no then you should probably stay on the ground.
  3. Have you the correct cleaning equipment including ionized water filter and soft bristled brush?
  4. Do you know safe procedure of cleaning electrified solar panel arrays?
  5. Do you know of the manufacturers or installers warranty terms and conditions so as to not void your warranty by incorrect maintenance?
  6. Do you have the correct safety harness to be working on an elevated platform?
  7. What is your time worth per hour to carry out such a task?