Solar Panel Cleaning
Solar Panel Cleaning
New Concept Cleaning provides solar panel cleaning to residential and commercial customers. We do so using our Reverse Osmosis/Deionization (RO/DI) water treatment system that purifies the water by 90-99%. The soft bristled brushes we deploy will leave your solar panels spotless, while not scratching or damaging their surface. Get the most out of your investment with a Solar Panel Cleaning today!
HOW OUR SOLAR PANEL CLEANING SERVICES BENEFIT YOU!
Ensure that your solar panels are working as efficiently and effectively as possible by getting them professionally cleaned annually. Over time solar panels collect dust, debris, and other contaminants that reduce the efficiency of your solar panel. Regular solar panel cleaning gets rid of these contaminants, which increases the efficiency and effectiveness. Our experienced team has all the tools to properly clean your solar panels, allowing more light to reach the panels and thus more electricity to be made.
Soft grains, dust particles and debris will build up on your solar panels and eventually contribute to wear and tear. This wear and tear will lead to a decrease in efficiency and may contribute to parts failing faster than they should. In addition, many solar panel manufacturers and installation companies require regular solar panel cleaning as a warranty condition. With no proof of regular cleaning you may run the risk of not being covered under warranty if damages occur. Protect your investment and warranty with regular solar panel cleaning that will also increase the durability and longevity.
A common myth is that a simple rain will do the trick to clean your solar panels, but this couldnt be further from the truth. Rainwater contains dirty particles from the atmosphere that are left behind even when it dry's. Your car is not cleaner after it rains so neither will your solar panels. Our Reverse Osmosis/Deionization (RO/DI) water treatment system purifies the water by 90-99% leaving no water spots or dirt particles behind on your solar panels.