NOLA Solar Power

NOLA Solar Power

Frequently Ask Questions

How much does it cost to install solar panels?

Solar panels are installed on your roof or property. They capture sunlight and convert it into electricity, which is then used to power your home or business. Any excess electricity can be stored in a battery system or sold back to the grid through a process called net metering.

How much does it cost to install solar panels?

The cost of solar panel installation varies depending on the size of your system, your location, and other factors. We offer financing options to help make solar energy more accessible to our clients.

Will solar panels work in my location?

Solar panels can work in most locations, as long as there is sufficient sunlight. We offer free consultations to assess the feasibility of solar panel installation at your property.

How long do solar panels last?

Solar panels typically have a lifespan of 25-30 years. They are designed to withstand harsh weather conditions and require minimal maintenance.

Are solar panels safe?

Solar panels are safe and do not produce any emissions or harmful by-products. They are also designed to be installed in a way that is safe for your home or business.

How do I maintain my solar panels?

Solar panels require minimal maintenance. It is recommended to periodically check your panels for dirt or debris and remove them as needed. You should also have your system inspected by a professional every few years to ensure it is functioning properly.

Do I need a battery system to use solar energy?

A battery system is not required to use solar energy, but it can be a useful addition if you want to store excess electricity for use during times when the sun is not shining.

Can I sell excess electricity back to the grid?

Yes, through a process called net metering, you may be able to sell excess electricity back to the grid. This can help offset the cost of your solar panel system.