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Do solar panels
void roof warranty?

Roof Warranty Questions

Typically installing solar panels will not cause a void in your roof warranty!

It’s extremely important to consult a professional before doing any roofing or solar installation. This should help you stay clear of any issues that you may run into whether installing a residential or commercial solar projects. 


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Take Advantage of the 30% Tax Credit!

Home Solar & Your Roof Warrenty

Harness solar energy to cut your electric bill with our help!

Solar generated electricity usage is measured by your homes utility meter, and when your new solar power system produces more power than you use, the local utility company issues credits towards your next electric bill putting cash into your pocket by saving money every day with a solar system. And your home remains connected to the electrical power grid to provide you more power for those cloudy days or dark nights.

On sunny days, you sell your surplus back to the power company – imagine that – you get paid for sunshine! Now that’s bound to put a smile on your face and extra greenbacks in your wallet! Why not make money when the sun shines?

Protect Your Roof With Florida Solar Panels

Sometimes it’s not always a clear path on “how” to get started when it comes to going solar in Florida. Go Florida Solar Panels is here to help. We’ll happily either give you a free estimate or compare our quote to what you’re currently thinking about getting done, so you can be assured you’re getting the best solar pricing!

It’s important to consider solar energy as one element in a larger overall home energy saving plan that includes high levels of insulation, improved air-tightness, energy-efficient water heating and top-performing heating and cooling (solar energy). Keep in mind that solar energy can also be used in a solar thermal system that saves money by producing solar-heated water.

Exposure is important. Photovoltaic panels can be mounted on a south-facing roof or on ground supports. In either case, there should be maximum exposure to direct sunlight.

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