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Do Solar Panels Work on Cloudy Days? 

As we all know, solar panels need direct sunlight to generate electricity and we love solar to take full advantage of the natural resource. But as a solar homeowner, it can be frustrating when the weather gets cloudy instead of sunny. Therefore, will solar panels …

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Do Solar Panels Produce Energy in the Rain?

M. G, it’s raining. Will my solar panels still produce? The simple answer is yes, you will still produce! Rainy days are not any different than cloudy days. Your solar panels are still exposed to the sun and in this article, we will explain how.  …

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Will Solar Panels Function During a Power Outage? 

Many homeowners who plan on installing solar panels on their property wondered about the different functionalities. A common question is “what will happen to solar panels during a power outage?”   Solar panels will stop producing during a power outage for safety purposes. However, there is …

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Solar Installation Day: What to Expect 

You’ve wanted to have solar panels installed for quite some time. The day has finally come, you’re all excited but don’t know what to expect.   The solar installation part is the quickest step of the entire process. On average, it takes up to 2 days …

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4 Ways to Monitor Your Solar System’s Performance 

You had your solar system installed on your property but wonder why your solar panels aren’t producing as much energy.   There are many factors that could impact your solar system’s energy production. A good example would be the weather.   In this article, you will see …

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5 Tips to Get Your Roof Ready for Winter 

As winter is slowly approaching, the weather is also getting colder. But in the tri-states, winter means heavy snow on your roof and therefore you might wonder if your roof is able to withstand the potential damage.   Depending on your current roof’s condition, there are …

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3 Causes of Water Pooling on Your Flat Roof 

As homeowners, we tend to overlook roofing issues until it starts to leak. You may have a flat roof and noticed water pooling.   What is water pooling? Water pooling is standing water on your roof, after a heavy rain that won’t evaporate by 48 hours …

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Roof Replacement: How Long Does It Take? 

Every year, many homeowners are faced with the option of either repairing or replacing. As repairing seems to be a quicker route, sometimes replacing is no longer an option as your roof starts to promote alarming signs of weakness.   A roof replacement simply involves replacing …

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