Alexandrin Boulanger Roof Panel June 01st, 2018 - 18:06:25
FACT - No free report or tacky 2 minute YouTube video presentation will ever teach you how to successfully make your own solar roof panel at home. The reality is however is that it is quite possible for you to learn how to successfully build and install a solar panel provided you take the time to arm yourself with the right information. By this I am talking about detailed step by step instructions with well constructed video guides which would be designed to walk anyone through the entire process of building and installing a solar roof panel at home.
Advanced solar technology is able to produce solar cells that can produce 20% efficiency as compared to 7-10% produced by older cells. This development has led to an improvement in the economics of solar energy and makes investment in a solar roof panel more viable than the previous systems. These panels are a perfect way of cutting energy costs reducing carbon emissions and becoming more self-sufficient. With the use of this new technology the roof of your home can provide you not only protection but it can also turn into an important source of electrical power. By making use of sunlight that falls on your homes roof you can power all your electrical gadgets without the need to pay hefty electricity bills. So take a step today and do not let the sunlight falling on your roof go waste any more.
One of the first things you should consider is placement. Where will the solar roof panel receive the most amount of sunlight? Facing the panels south is the best choice for optimum energy. Never face them to the north. You should make sure that you check with your local building department before you install the panels. Some areas require you to have a special building permit. Make sure you tilt the solar roof panel in relation to the latitude in which you live. There is a rule of thumb to follow for efficiency. 0-15 degrees latitude: 15 degree tilt 15-25 degrees latitude: tilt degree = same as latitude degree 25-40 degrees latitude: tilt degree = latitude degree + 5 degrees 40+ degrees latitude: tilt degree = latitude degree + 20 degrees
This design is resource and energy-efficient as well as being strong and durable. They create a barrier to heat loss that can save almost half the energy typically spent on heating and cooling homes. While these benefits may well lead to a revolution in the building industry there are some drawbacks to insulated roof panels too. The market share of this form of roofing has always been small and is slowing down except in the niche of smaller buildings. Residential housing is one area thats benefiting from this trend. Another problem is that many believe such roof panels leave the house looking unattractive.