The focus on green initiatives within the commercial real estate industry has brought new interest in solar panels as an alternative energy source. Property owners and developers are turning to this industry as a possible means to control costs and provide a sustainable source of energy.
Owners and managers typically have their buildings' high-performance glass windows regularly cleaned in order to sustain peak energy efficiency standards.
There are many solar power experts in the market if you want to install a solar panel.
Similarly, maintenance of solar panels should be addressed to keep the system performing at top standards and is typically fairly simple. Pollen, bird droppings, dirt, and dust can build up on panels resulting in decreased solar output. Pollen from evergreens is especially stubborn because of its sticky quality and should be removed before it bonds to the panels.
Some question the need for scheduled cleaning of solar panels, relying on rain to do the job. However, there are several reasons this rule of thought maybe faulty: the cycles of rain don't usually coincide with those times when dust and pollen are at their worst; rain isn't a reliable method for removing pine pollen and baked on bird droppings; rain does no better job cleaning solar panels than it does cleaning the windows.
One need only look through a window that has not been professionally cleaned in some time to get an idea of the condition of neglected solar panels.