Can solar panels damage my roof

Solar Panel Damage: 2020 Top Questions Answered

Solar Panel Damage

Will Solar Panels Damage my Roof?

No, though if not properly installed they can definitely cause damage. Believe me we have seen some pretty scary solar panel installations. This is why a companies reputation should always be taken into account when deciding who to use for a PV installation. Cheaper is often not better, as the old saying goes “you get what you pay for“.

 

Solar Panel Catch Fire

Can Solar Panels Catch Fire?

The short answer is no. Solar panel damage caused by fire is rare due to the panels themselves generally being fireproof. However if improperly wired when they are installed a fire could be the result. This is a rare occurrence and yet the main reason why a licensed electrician should always be hired to do the installation to ensure proper conduit and wire terminations are used to ensure a safe and secure system.

That said, can solar panels overheat? Solar panels by themselves do not overheat. In fact the hotter the day, the less solar output is received. A byproduct of a solar installation is often a lowering of attic temps, due to the shade provided to the roof of the structure by the panels.

 

Can Solar Panels be Damaged by Hail?

Yes solar panels are designed to withstand most hail, ie. the size of a golf ball. That said damage is still possible in some cases and as such you should always add the solar system to your home insurance policy, in order to recover any loss caused by damages that are unforeseen.

 

Solar Panel Removal

Can Solar Panels be Removed?

Yes solar panels can be removed for purposes of roof repair or system replacement etc. However due to potential high voltages, especially with older systems, this work should never be done by a homeowner. Always hire a professional to service or remove a PV solar system.

 

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How To Clean Your Solar Panels

Solar Panel Cleaning 101

How Often Should you Clean Your Solar Panels?

Fortunately, high-efficiency solar panels don’t require constant cleaning.  The amount of sunlight lost from dirty panels is not high enough to make a difference.

However, there are times when cleaning your solar panels makes sense.

  • If you live on or near a unpaved road as the amount of dirt is higher-than-normal.
  • If you live in an area with a high frequency of birds (due to their droppings)
  • If you live in a drought prone area, such as eastern San Diego or Murrieta, due to the prevalence of dust.

Do these environmental factors hinder the effectiveness of the solar panels?

The short answer is yes, but as mentioned above, the amount of energy lost is negligible. The dirt, debris, and bird droppings can impact how much sunlight gets through, which is needed to convert the light to energy, though efficiency is only really lowered by 5% or less. So it is a matter of weighing effort to energy loss.

How to Clean Solar Panels?

Most people choose to hire a professional to clean their solar panels, but if you feel up to the challenge, here are the instructions to guide you through the process:

 

  1. Fill a bucket with soapy water. Ensure you’re using a cleanser that is gentle (such as dish washing detergent). However, plain water works as well.
  2. Gently wet down the solar panels. (don’t use a high pressure water attachment).
  3. With your non-abrasive sponge and soapy water wash down each panel.
  4. Finish with a good rinse.

Another thing to note is to keep the weather in mind. Solar panels get very hot, so picking a late afternoon or cloudy day would be the best time to clean your solar panels. 

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Solar is a 25 year commitment, research it as such

Your PV Solar System is a very large investment in what is likely your single biggest investment, your home. Solar can be one of the best investments you make depending on the contractor you hire, if you make the wrong decision you may regret it for many years to come. As such here are some pointers as to how to best ensure that you choose the right contractor and PV system to fit your needs.

Solar is not a “one size fits all” proposition and as such, a site visit and consultation are always required before signing a contract to avoid costly change orders later. By properly understanding your needs and site-specific variables, you can be assured that a true scope of work is understood upfront to avoid costly change orders later.

Things to consider in the contractor you hire to ensure you have the best long-term experienceRemember this is a 25-year relationship.

  1. Search our recommended installer list based on your zip code as we have completed a lot of the research for you, these contractors are Enphase ambassadors and have already been vetted by Enphase.
  2. Verify with your state’s Contractors State License Board that they are licensed for the work you are contracting for. In many cases, this will also alert you to their years in business, that they are properly insured and or that they are currently under a disciplinary situation or not licensed at all!
  3. Google the company name and the word complaints. Check online sites such as Yelp, BBB, Nextdoor, etc. This is a quick way to get an idea as to the reputation of the contractor.
  4. Does the Contractor own their building and trucks? If so it is reasonable to assume they will be doing their own work.
  5. Or are they working out of a PO box and using Sub Contractors for all of their work? This can be a concern as you may be dealing with a sales team only. Who knows who will do your work?! Who would handle any needed repairs needed down the road in this case?

Basic questions that need to be answered before signing a contract.

  • What system size do you need? At a minimum, a contractor should be reviewing your previous year’s kWh usage. This gives a good baseline indication. To properly size the system you should be asked if you plan on getting an electric car, using more air conditioning, or is anyone moving in or out of the home in the near future, etc. If so then you will need to account for this in the system design.
  • How many panels fit on your roof? A company should be able to provide a professional drawing showing where the panels will go. S, W, E roofs are recommended. North should be used only as a last resort and will never deliver the power of the other roof orientations.
  • What size is your main electrical panel? There are back feed limitations with solar. It is often the case that your existing Utility service will dictate the maximum system size that can be reasonably installed, without a proper site inspection you could easily be looking at a huge change order to bring the electric service up to code, this is a perfect example of understanding the scope of work upfront and avoiding costly change orders later.
  • How old is your roof? If your roof is 20 years old or more then you should consider re-roofing before going solar, as it is costly to remove and reinstall a solar system. We recommend you consider finding a contractor who has an electrical license and a roofing license. This will prevent future finger-pointing should the roof ever leak.
  • Review the contract in detail before signing. It is not uncommon at all for less scrupulous companies to send you a contract that doesn’t include any specifics. Your contract should include at a minimum the following:
    • Inverter type – Manufacturer and model number *Make sure they are specifying Enphase microinverters*
    • Panel Manufacturer and Model number
    • System size should match the quantity of the panels times the panel wattage; ie 20 LG 335w panels is a 6.7kw system size
    • Are all warranties detailed and understandable? How long will the installer stand behind their work? Our microinverters and most panels have a 25-year warranty.

Just to recap:

  1. Do your own research first before contacting the three companies you want to consider.
  2. Schedule consultations and site visits with your top three. Listen and ask questions of all three before making your decision, don’t fall for any special deals if you will sign today.
  3. Make sure you are provided with drawings, proposals, spec sheets, and contracts for your review. Review them, don’t assume!
  4. Never make a decision on the first visit!
Buying a house with solar panels

Buying or Selling a House with Solar Panels?

Are you buying a house with solar panels?

Perhaps you are in the market to buy or sell a home and ready to assume the benefits of a previously installed PV solar system, here are some tips on how to decide whether the existing system is an asset or a liability.

Should I buy a house with an existing solar system?

  • Is the system owned outright and not subject to a lease or PPA?
  • Was the system installed by a reputable installer who is still in business?
  • Did they use quality solar panels and inverter from companies that are still in business?
  • Is there a copy of the original contract and is the warranty transferrable?

If you can answer yes to all four of the above questions, then the answer is simple; yes, buy the house.

If not, then read on; find out which red flagsto look for and what to expect from the system?

How was the system originally purchased?

  • A system that is owned outright is not subject to any loans or leases and must be assumed at close of escrow – this is the best way to go and poses no “red flags.”
  • A system that was purchased with a PACE loan (Property-Assessed Clean Energy Loan) and must be assumed by the buyer – RED FLAG
  • Use this as leverage in the transaction. Consider if it’s worth a bit more money if the system is unencumbered.
  • See what it will take to have the seller buy thee system outright before the close of escrow.
  • Try to get rid of the PACE loan and do not close escrow unless you fully understand he liabilities you are undertaking. This isn’t necessarily a deal breaker, however, it’s not the best means to finance a PV system.
  • The system was leasedRED FLAG
  • Use this as leverage in the transaction. It’s not necessarily a deal killer, but lease agreements are certainly not in favor of the seller.
  • Is the leasing company still in business? If not, this could be a deal killer.
  • What is the remainder of the contract? Is the buyout fee reasonable (Doubtful)? What level of monitoring is provided and is it still functioning? A common mean the leasing companies use as a crutch to void their production guarantees is the monitoring device has lost connection and the homeowner ignores it.
  • Who do the lease payments go to and do they have a local presence?
  • Are you sending payments to Wall Street or to a regional company who is still answering the phone?
  • Is there a lease escalator and are you aware of the sales tax billed on every payment?
  • If you need service what is the procedure?
  • If you are in the market to put solar panels on your home this is probably not the choice you would make.
  • But it’s already there so… if you would like the house, then determine if the lease is acceptable to assume.
  • Some leases are acceptable in that the cost of power consumption under the lease is still less than what you would pay your local utility company. If this is the case then don’t let it stop you from buying the house of your dreams.
  • The system is a PPA (Power Purchase Agreement)RED FLAG
  • Again… Leverage.
  • Consider the remaining term?
  • Will you use the power delivered?
  • With a PPA you’re paying for it regardless. Be sure that the system is sized right for you.
  • Again, who do the PPA payments go to and do they have a local presence?
    • Are you sending payments to Wall Street or a regional company who is still answering the phones?
    • What is the current rate?
  • Is that tax rate favorable with today’s rate plans?
  • You will most likely be on a “Time- of-Use” (TOU) plan and offsetting the least expensive power sold by the utility.
  • Check closely. Rates can vary and usually contingent upon your utility plan.
    • Escalators? Is there a lease escalator clause that can potentially change the agreement price?
    • Are you aware of any sales tax billed on every payment?
  • What level of monitoring is provided and is it still functioning?
    • At least with a PPA it’s in the companies benefit to maintain the monitoring.
    • But can they bill expected production if you connection drops?
  • If your system needs to be serviced, what is the procedure?
  • If you are in the market to put solar on your home, PPA is not the choice you should make.
    • But it’s already there so… if you like the house, then determine if the cost per kw is acceptable.
    • If the cost of the power under the PPA is still less than what you would pay your local utility, then don’t let it stop you from buying the house of your dreams.
  • Who installed the system? At Palomar Solar & Roofing, we proudly put our name and contact information on the system plaque.
  • Can the home seller tell you who did their installation?
  • Is the installer still in business? What is their reputation?

So many red flags – do I really want solar?

Let’s take a quick moment to remind you of the benefits of solar. First and foremost: It makes sense financially. Investing in a PV Solar System is one of the best investments you can make as a homeowner and if done right, through a reputable company such as Palomar Solar & Roofing, peace of mind and an overflow of benefits will shortly follow. Many believe the primary reason to go solar is for the environment. Here at Palomar, we prefer to look at the financial benefits of solar and if it’s good for the environment, that’s a bonus! 

Do homes with solar systems sell faster?

Simple answer is… “Usually.” Of course if your house has a PACE loan or a lease, you may experience the opposite. What if the panels are facing the street and located in a haphazard manner as to be an eyesore. This is why it is so necessary when choosing your solar company to ensure that you are hiring a company who will be honest about all variables. At Palomar Solar & Roofing, we know that our systems are installed right and take aesthetics as well as proper sizing into consideration. If a system is installed properly, by a reputable contractor with quality components, then yes; your PV system will add value to your home. It will also allow the homebuyer to close escrow with peace of mind rather than pulling out of escrow at the discovery of any “red flags,” due to the previous home owner cutting corners.

What is the value of my solar system?

Did we mention benefits? One of the many benefits following the installation of solar is that it has great potential to increase the value of your home. But keep in mind that value is truly contingent upon the current market and method in which you’ve purchased your PV solar system and it absolutely matters which company has installed your system. The cream of the crop has risen in the solar industry and in our opinion, there are only a few companies who can really offer peace of mind. If you’re buying a home that these companies have installed on, you can feel comfortable knowing that warranties are going to be upheld and at a minimum the job was done right. Do your research on a solar system that was previously installed on a home you have taken interest in. Once you have identified which company has installed the system, research the company and ensure reputability.

At Palomar Solar & Roofing, we provide each system with a full set of documentation; from the contract to the installation plans and warranties. We are proud of our work and our reputation shows it. When looking for your solar installer, know that these intangibles are what make a difference between a system that is an asset to you and your home, versus one that could make selling your hoe an experience you’d rather forget.

Solar Panels Worth It in 2019

Are Solar Panels Worth it For Your Home in 2020

The Current State of Solar Energy

The cost of installing solar panels has drastically decreased over the past 15 years.

Some benefits of going solar are:

  • Increased property value
  • 26% Federal Tax Credit on the entire cost of your PV solar system.
  • Financing is available and easier than ever, with low interest rates and much shorter terms.
  • Return on Investment for Southern California home owners is usually 4 – 7 years and over 20% ROI.

Plus with free per per panel monitoring, for all our clients, why not go solar now!

Are solar panels worth it for your home?

Here are some of the most popular questions answered

Will solar panels increase my home value?

In most all cases a properly designed PV (photovoltaic) solar system will add value to your home. However in some rare cases where the system is poorly designed, it is conceivable that a system could in fact lower the value of the home. This is why a properly designed solar panel system should always take into account not only the initial production desired but also longevity (is the equipment speced designed to last for the 25 year life of the system?). Most old tech inverters (string type) are only designed to last 10 years.

Another important value consideration that is often overlooked by the designer is that of aesthetics. Are the panels placed in a hodge podge manner or are the homes aesthetics taken into account?

Will solar panels save me money?

As a rule most PV solar systems will save you money. Savings come from a variety of sources. The first and easiest way to see this is by home much your electric bill is lowered, immediately. This of course is often balanced by a loan payment that was used to finance the system.

Current Utility Cost Sample

1 Year Utility Cost Without Solar

Utility Savings After Solar (1 year)

After Solar Utility Savings

The second major savings comes from the 26% Federal Tax credit. In a typical system, this can be a $6-10,000 federal tax credit.

26% Federal Tax Credit Example

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The third savings which is always the largest and yet toughest to see, is the accumulated savings over time due to the system offsetting continuously increases power costs. While a customer may be offsetting a $250 average bill in month 1, by year 10 that same bill may easily be $460, and a stunning $1,270 in year 25. A $25,000 PV system at todays cost can save a consumer more than $200,000 in lifetime electric bills over 25 years.

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Are solar panels worth it? The answer is simple, you will save a considerable amount on your electricity bill and increase the value of your home.

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SDG&E Introduces New Default “Time-of-Use” (TOU) Plans

SDG&E is Acting on The New “Time of Use” TOU Plans

You know those summer days when you arrive home from work exhausted, hungry and hot – on the way in you grab your mail, kick on the AC, and preheat the oven in preparation for dinner. Well, you may want to open a window, opt for pizza, oh, and be sure to read that notice from your local power company & their new time-of-use TOU plans instead. There’s a change in how you’re being charged for your electricity usage and it’s already underway.

**Updated as of April 2020**

As a solar customer, have you received this message from SDG&E?

Your current pricing plan is changing to Time of Use (TOU-DR1) on May 20, 2020. Please see below to learn more about your pricing plan or compare other pricing plan options to choose the best plan for your energy needs.

Utility companies have pushed the California Public Utilities Commission (PUC) and California legislature to move from a tiered billing system to a “time-of-use” (TOU) billing system. Among three of California’s major power companies, San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E) is the first company to act on this new directive. The billing system includes revised “peak hours” and two new time-of-use rate plans, one of which will replace the current default billing format.

Rob Nikolewski from The San Diego Union Tribune states that “California’s policy makers also hope the wide spread adoption of time-of-use will lead to a boost in sales of battery storage systems paired with solar panels.” On the contrary, a boost in battery sales might just be an unintended consequence of the drastic and recent changes the power companies have been making. And coming from a practical standpoint, these peak hours could potentially counteract solar energy production. This is because the peak hours that SDG&E has allocated for their customers are also the same hours when a power surge is almost inevitable and even mandatory in some homes.

The Lowdown… what you should know about the change to Time-of-Use plans.

The shift began in March of this year and is set to be complete by mid-2020 with 75,000 to 100,000 SDG&E customers. The pattern will continue each month until almost all 750,000 customers in SDG&E’s service sector have been switched. The new billing system also includes new “peak hours.” Initially, peak hours fell between 11a.m. and 6p.m. The revised peak hours are now from 4p.m. to 9p.m. but didn’t the utility companies spend the early 2000s persuading us that these hours were the best hours to use electricity? Ah, the ole switcharoo. Nice job power companies. SDG&E has introduced TOU-DR1 as the new default billing format (DR-SES for most NEM customers with solar systems). TOU-DR1 divides the day into three intervals: on-peak, off-peak, and super off-peak. Also introduced are TOU-DR-P and TOU-DR2 who’s plan is similar to TOU-DR1, but the days are only divided into two intervals. There is no super off-peak. FYI, customers can opt to stay on SDG&E’s standard tiered plan at no extra cost! But there’s a catch: you have to call SDG&E and specify your preference. Be forewarned, it may take a call or two to accomplish going back to your original tiered rate plan. If you would like to test the time-of-use waters, SDG&E offers “bill protection,’ which will allow customers to receive a “shadow bill” included with their monthly billing statement. Shadow bills will show the difference between the time-of-use rate you opted for and the tiered rate you were previously on, giving you an idea of the new billing format’s performance. 

What does this mean for solar customers?

Although SDG&E will switch both solar and non-solar customers to time-of-use rate plans, NEM 1.0 customers may be eligible to remain on the tiered rate for another 5 to 20 years starting from their PTO date by being “grandfathered” in. This is something you will need to speak with SDG&E about. You may have to press the issue for your billing format to be switched back to the tiered rates. In fact, when you contact SDG&E, ask to speak with one of their Solar Specialist. Solar Specialists are knowledgeable and will be able to walk you through the available plans that will most benefit you. Changes for new NEM 2.0 customers include mandatory default time-of-use rates and taxes/charges that cannot be bypassed. time-of-use rates will also vary depending on time of day (keep the revised peak hours in mind) and energy demands. Credits for solar customers and production also varies dependent upon time-of-use. Potential NEM 2.0 customers can reach out to one of our solar consultants to inquire about the design of their solar panel system that will benefit them.

Choosing the plan that’s right for you.

Example of TOU Plan Options (TOU-DR, TOU-DR1, TOU-DR2, TOU-DR-P & DR-SES)

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  • First thing first – become familiar with all of the available rate plans. SDG&E may suggest and even advertise only two or three available plans to opt from, but there may be a third or fourth option they might not want you to know about.
  • Talk to SDG&E about being grandfathered in. Customers who are eligible to be grandfathered in will receive more time to maximize their savings, build new and beneficial energy preservation habits, and it gives you some time to prepare for the switch.

What if I can’t be “grandfathered” in?

Once you’ve been informed of all available plans, old and new, take a moment to compare them to each other. Review your past and current electricity bills. Then consider what days and times you use the most power to determine where you can afford to cut energy usage. Laundry could wait until the weekend, dishes could be hand washed (instead of using the dishwasher). Tablets and phones can be charged after 9p.m., and you could use those same devices for entertainment instead of turning on the TV. The more electricity you use during peak hours, the more you pay.

Another option would be taking a look at your solar system’s energy production. Are you producing enough energy to offset your usage? If not, this could pose a reduction in your yearly savings. Adding to your solar system is an option you might want to consider. It’s best to speak with one of our solar energy consultants to inquire about the benefits of adding to your solar system.

And don’t fret – even with the current inconvenience of the power companies’ new rate plans, solar still makes sense. And every time these power companies’ contrive blows in the form of soft-pedaled penalties at the solar industry, solar makes even more sense. Here at Palomar Solar we pride ourselves on ethicality and will always be upfront when it comes to providing you with the information you seek. No gimmicks, no change orders, and honesty, 100% of the way. They say knowledge is power: and while we may not have complete control over the power companies, if we’re knowledgeable and informed, we might just be able to outsmart them.

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Social Distancing and Solar

Social Distancing and Remote Solar Panel Project Estimates

As we monitor and learn more about the spread of Coronavirus, we want to be transparent about what we are doing as a company to protect our customers and employees.

Palomar Solar and Roofing understands your social distancing concerns.  Our certified PV consultants have the necessary tools and are able to propose your custom solar panel system by phone and email.  In light of social distancing we urge you to take this extra time to get your solar panel and roofing questions answered by one of the most trusted names in the business.

Even during these uncertain times, solar is one of the greatest investments you can make depending on the contractor you hire. And now is the perfect time to get your PV started.  We are seeing a large increase in solar panel projects moving into the summer, as warming temperatures remind homeowners just how expensive it is to run their air conditioners.

Get started today to ensure you are setup for reduced electric fees before the heat hits.

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What to do if your solar company goes out of business?

What to do if your Solar Company Orphans You?

Are you an orphaned solar customer (solar installer disappears)?

We are here to help!

A growing issue in our industry is customers being abandoned when their solar installer disappears or goes out of business. We consistently receive calls similar to the example below:

CallerHi, I already have solar system on my house but something is wrong, can you help me?

Palomar: We likely can, but have you tried your original installer? As we were not the original installers we would need to charge you for our time.

CallerWell,I tried that.  At first, no one would answer the phone.  Upon further investigation, we discovered they went out of business.  Please help!

PalomarI’m sorry to hear that, let’s start by getting some information.

Unfortunately, the volume of these types of calls is increasing dramatically.   We estimate 90% of the our inquiries are customers looking for someone to service their previously installed system because the company no longer exists, while the other 10% are simply unhappy with their current installers level of service.  We call these the “Orphaned Customers.”

The issue began when these customers agreed to do business with an installer, but failed to thoroughly verify them.  These companies were happy to take the contract and the customer’s money under false pretenses and with empty promises of worry-free service for the next 25 years at no extra cost.  Unfortunately, once these companies got their money, they went off the radar, abandoning the customer with nowhere to turn when problems arise with their system.

Orphaned solar customers will call us expressing regret they didn’t use a reputable company like Palomar initially.  After learning a tough lesson, these customer are now experts at due diligence – they want a company who isn’t going to put them in a deeper hole than they are already in.  After making a few calls, we seem to be the only company who is actually willing to step up to help those who have been orphaned by their original installer. Most companies turn these individuals away – mostly because there’s no large profit to be made.  Although we didn’t do the install we’re willing to help.

 

I’m an orphaned solar customer, what can I do?

Upon initial contact with Palomar, one of our certificated solar experts will take the time to hear your story and explain our service fee structure.  We’ll gather some basic information crucial for us to assess your situation and determine potential solutions.  At the completion of this initial phase, we’ll have a much better understand of how we can help.

If Palomar can help an orphaned solar customer, we forward them our service agreement where we have established relatively inexpensive fees.

 

Why are there fees?

It’s an unfortunate situation as customers were initially sold the concept that once you pay for a solar system, the rest is history. So naturally, having additional expenditures that were not expected is going to be uncomfortable and unwelcome.  We understand the frustration involved by trusting a company that has gone out of business and is not living up to their part.  Palomar is a respectable and trusted resource to help orphaned customers and offer potential solutions.  While we are fully accountable for our solar installations, certain fees are necessary as part of those ongoing solutions for orphaned customers.  A Palomar certified expert can explains the fees in more detail.

 

Why Palomar?

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Few companies will even offer help to orphaned solar customers.  We understand how difficult and desperate your situation can be and the frustration caused solely by your initial installer.   At Palomar, you’re not only receiving “help” with your system, you’re receiving service from a reliable and honest company to take you on as our own customer with the benefits offering per-panel monitoring, taking over the RMA process when needed, and providing leading customer service.

Additionally, as a Palomar customer, you can rest assured that if you experience any issues to work we completed, we will take care of them in a timely manner with no service charge.  We make it our duty to help you maintain your investment.

When your solar installer disappears, call us!

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