Why clean solar panels?

Solar panels work by allowing light into the solar cells. The more light that hits a panel, the more power it will generate. Due to the upwards angle of solar panels, they are more prone to bird droppings and a build-up of general dust and dirt that does not wash off with just rain. This reduces the amount of light hitting the panel and reduces its output. As the projected energy figures claimed by solar panel manufacturers and installers are based on the optimum performance of clean solar panels, this build-up of dirt can adversely affect the panel’s ability to meet those projections. So it is important to clean solar panels in order to protect and maintain your investment. Regular solar panel cleaning will also help you to make the most of the government feed-in tariff.

How we clean solar panels

We carry a selection of carbon poles and angle attachments that allow us to clean solar roof panels up to heights of 60 feet, using a special brush suitable for cleaning solar panels we clean them with nothing but pure water, this ensures the safest and most eco friendly clean, this pure water is heated if required at a temperature that is suitable to effectively clean but not damage solar panels, once clean the pure water dries to a spot free finish and leaves your panels gleaming like new once again. We recommend for optimum performance you should be having your solar panels cleaned at least twice a year. We provide a very cost effective service which is completed in a timely manner, for more information please contact us for a free no obligation quotation.

Commercial & Solar Farms

We are also able to clean solar panels on a large scale, whether it be a 150,000 panel solar farm or a business premises that requires more regular cleaning to ensure maximum feed in profits. We carry a 650 litre pure water tank which provides enough water for 2 operatives to work flat out for 6 hours. For more information contact us to see what we can do for your business.

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