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How to repair your solar roofing system

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No matter how detailed the overlay and the design of a product are, it can still be prone to unexpected damage. That’s why the roofing industry continues to expand every day, providing new solutions for every roofing problem.

Considering the rise in the awareness of global warming and the exact impact we’re having on our planet, more and more people are deciding on investing into a self-sustaining addition to your roof – the solar panels. Once the environmentally friendly factor is considered and dealt with, there are still many benefits to using a solar panel roofing. Solar panels are well-known for their impact on your budget. Not only do you not have to pay your electricity bills anymore, in certain conditions you are even able to sell energy.

As mentioned above, there are certain situations you simply can’t predict. The thing that matters is your way of dealing with the damage done.

To be able to fully repair your solar panel roof, there exist some basic guidelines which may help lead you through the process.

First of all, you need to determine the amount of damage. They aren’t exactly fragile and most solar roofing systems are made to withstand the weather of the are they’re installed in. Also, thorough check-ups are made before the installing even begins, to make sure the roof meets all of the conditions. Make sure to check the mounting frame of the panels, the glass components, and the wiring.

The mounting frame can be damaged after exposed to strong winds. Specifically, its anchors could be loose, so make sure to check up on those and tighten the anchors when necessary. Check the exterior cables and make sure your mounting frame is in place and stable.

Before replacing any sort of broken glass that you might find on your solar panel, make sure it’s still operating. You can check that by leaving them in the sun for a day or so. Don’t jump to the conclusion that a repair is necessary. Small cracks can be easily handled by using a stained glass tape. On the other hand, those with significant cracks should be replaced. The process of replacement is simple: just remove the previous piece of glass and attach the new glass.

Some of the minor repairs, such as the above mentioned could be handled by an amateur. They require a minimal amount of advice, and if the guidelines are followed, there should be no problem. However, some repairs are best left to the professionals. They have the tools, the knowledge, and the experience to handle such costly projects. Thanks to the increase in the use of solar panels, there are already a number of certified contractors out there who will be able to deal with the problem accordingly.

We are currently serving Houston, Pasadena, The Woodlands, Baytown, Conroe, Deer Park, Friendswood, Galveston, Lake Jackson, La Porte, League City, Missouri City, Pearland, Rosenberg, Sugar Land, Texas City, Atascocita, Kingwood, Channelview, and Mission Bend.