Solar Panel Exposure Improvement

Solar panels require the maximum amount of light possible. Even small amounts of shade are detrimental to the production of electrical power. There is no getting around it; producing a justifiable amount of power requires almost 100% sunlight six to eight hours a day. If you live under the redwoods, your chances are not very good of collecting enough sunlight to make a solar system workable.

On the other hand, if you have a wide open space that is close to being solar-ready, we can help you achieve your goal. Pruning back and shaping trees to get rid of shady areas on your solar array is a cost effective solution. Even the latest panels that adjust to combat the loss of light in limited areas can realize significant improvement by eliminating shade producing vegetation. If it is unavoidable, the removal of a few select trees may have an attractive return on investment.

If you have questions about increasing sunlight, call Fine Tree Care today for a free estimate.


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