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Even though solar panels are designed to withstand and require little "daily" attention, it is still important to take good care of them. After all, your commercial solar system is a long investment! After every few years, regular maintenance helps keep your modules in top condition and extend the life of your long-standing solar system installer.

Since the solar module contains no moving parts that can break or break, most maintenance should ensure that the module is clean and free of dirt. While it may seem harmless, the buildup of dirt on your panels can affect the sunlight amount reaching the panels and minimize their output.

As an incentive to choose their service, solar companies often offer a free support package with each commercial purchase. As part of these maintenance packages, solar companies sometimes include in-depth inspections, maintenance plans based on the results of these inspections, and cheap replacement parts if needed.

Cleaning the panels is fairly easy, especially if the panels are easy to reach. If you have access to your panels with minor problems, all you have to do is rinse the panels with a garden hose.

 If you live in an area with bad weather, the solar panels will likely be exposed to more dirt and debris, and will likely accumulate there. As a result, more regular cleaning may be required for optimal functioning. To address the increasing need for cleaning, there are automatic cleaning systems used for commercial solar systems.