Solar power technology has gained popularity in recent years. This is because it offers many benefits to homeowners, including cost savings from energy efficiency, improved indoor air quality, and improved health and comfort. If you’re planning to replace your roof with solar panels, here are a few boxes you need to check first.
If your roof has served you for a while, there is a good chance it might need some repairs. So before you consider installing solar panels, seek to know the condition of your roof to figure out if it needs repairs or replacement. Contact a qualified roof inspection and installation company to inspect and implement any roof repairs.
Usually, solar panels are designed to withstand all climates; however, in some instances, some roofs may not sustain solar panels due to tree cover or age. Therefore, if trees around your house form excessive shade on your home, rooftop systems may not work better. You also need to consider other factors like the shape, direction of slopes, and size of your rooftop.
Replacing your new roof with solar panels requires you to have proper insurance coverage. Several problems can occur during the installation of your solar systems, so you want everything to be under control. Insurance will cover you and any damages that may occur to your home during installation. Plus, local building codes and legal regulations require insurance.
If your roof is in pristine condition, you can proceed and install solar power. But if you know you will need some roof upgrades, it helps to contact a professional inspection and roofing company for an inspection to ensure your solar system does not interfere with the function of your roof. Or if your roof needs repairs after your solar panels are up, make sure you talk to professionals who are used to working with and around solar panels, like Empire Roofing and Restoration.
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At Empire Roofing and Restoration, we are adequately equipped to perform professional roof inspections in Colorado Springs. Contact us for an inspection to check the integrity of your roof before installing solar panels.