If you're thinking about installing a solar system, it's important to know what a professional solar system design entails.
A professional design can help ensure that your home is powered by clean energy and that your investment pays off for years to come.
A professional solar system design will:
- Take into account the unique characteristics of your home and location
- Ensure that the panels are installed in an ideal location on the roof or ground
- Provide advice on how much power you'll be able to generate based on local weather patterns
- The Benefits of a Professional Solar System Design
- A professional solar system design can help you save money on your electric bill, increase the value of your home and reduce your carbon footprint.
Lower electric bills
A professionally installed solar system will generate enough electricity to offset most or all of the amount that would otherwise be purchased from utility companies. This means lower monthly costs for homeowners and getting rid of our current load-shedding situation.
Increased property value
Installing a solar panel system on your home will add value by reducing its environmental impact while also providing some financial benefits in terms of reduced monthly expenses (see above).
In addition, having a backup power supply during emergencies such as blackouts makes it easier for potential buyers or renters looking into purchasing homes near yours because they know there'll always be lights on at night!
The Different Components of a Solar System Design
- These are the main components of a solar system, converting sunlight into electricity. The amount of power they produce depends on their size and how much sunlight they receive.
- These devices convert DC (direct current) electricity from your solar panels into AC (alternating current), which is what you use in your home or business. They also protect against surges in voltage that could damage your equipment if left unchecked.
- Mounting systems hold up the panels so that they face south and maximize exposure to direct sunlight during daylight hours.
- Batteries store excess energy generated by your solar system for use at night or when there's no sun available for several days in a row.
Cables and wiring:
- Cables carry electricity between components like inverters and batteries; wiring connects these components inside the house or building where they'll be installed
How to Choose the Right Solar System Design
For QES to do a solar system design, we will need to determine the size of your solar system.
This can be done by calculating how much energy your home uses during the day, and nighttime.
By using professional design software we can size the system according to your usage.
The software addresses equipment efficiencies and output accordingly.
It is an important step in choosing the right solar company for your project.
Please contact us for an obligation-free design and quotation.