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What are the benefits of installing solar panels on my property?

Installing solar panels can significantly reduce your electricity bills, increase your property's value, and decrease your carbon footprint. Additionally, you may benefit from various government incentives and tax credits, making the investment even more cost-effective.

How long does the installation process take?

The installation process typically takes 1-3 days for residential systems, depending on the size and complexity of the project. However, the entire process, including consultation, design, permitting, and installation, can take several weeks to a few months. We will provide a detailed timeline during the initial consultation.

Do solar panels work during cloudy or rainy days?

Yes, solar panels do work on cloudy or rainy days, though their efficiency is reduced compared to sunny days. They can still generate a significant amount of electricity, and modern solar panels are designed to work well even in less-than-ideal weather conditions. Additionally, any excess energy generated on sunny days can be stored in batteries or fed back to the grid for use during periods of low production.