Ask the Experts: Maintenance of Solar Panels

Ask the Experts: Maintenance of Solar Panels

Welcome to a new feature on the Solar Chief Blog called Ask the Experts! I will ask our Solar Chief experts to answer common questions that many customers have. Solar Chief is here to answer your questions. If you ever have any further questions, call us today!

Solar Chief Expert: Trip

Trip is the lead installer at Solar Chief.
Trip is a great installer. He knows every detail in the solar installation process. Our customers love Trip and he always tells them the straight truth and even will give his personal phone number if they need any help.

Question: What maintenance do you recommend to your customers?

Expert Answer: I always tell them “don’t do anything.” The rain takes care of the dust and dirt that gathers on top of your panels. Solar Chief monitors your PV system so we can catch any problems and come fix it. (The solar monitoring system is something you see and get sent to our system.)

*Stay tuned to here the interview done with Trip on solar installation.

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