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Commercial Rooftop System

Commercial rooftop solar projects offer an excellent financial return in most markets.

One reason is that when solar modules are rooftop mounted, they use the building structure and electrical system to minimize additional materials that would normally be required for ground mount and carport solar facilities. Net metered rooftop projects therefore bring a desirable financial benefit that outweighs most challenges.

Types of rooftops:

1. Composite or built-up rooftops are common. These are often the easiest to work with because the material is readily available.

2. Standing seam metal rooftops can be ideal for attaching commercial solar arrays because rooftop penetrations are not required to secure the array into place. We use a seam clamp to mechanically fasten the metal roofing to the solar array.

3. The modern roof membrane is generally a single ply membrane made of a variety of different materials. These single ply membranes can be excellent for rooftop solar arrays because they are long-lasting and easy to repair and maintain over time.

Frequently Asked Questions for SOLAR PANEL ROOFTOP

Why Commercial Solar Panel Systems?
With commercial solar in demand over recent years it makes perfect sense for businesses with large roof areas and high electricity usage to have solar installed on their roofs. Companies looking to consistently save money can benefit from a commercial solar installation making our need to depend on fossil fuels significantly less. We provide hands-on customer service from planning right through to commissioning.

Commercial Solar Panel Costs?
The cost of your commercial solar panels can vary based on different circumstances. The price of your commercial solar panel project will depend on the desired size. The bigger the system you require the more your commercial solar installation will cost. Additional Factors to consider are where you plan to have your commercial project installed and the type of panels you want to use. At Empower Energy we offer a wide range of commercial solar panels including as per client requirement.

Will Solar Panels Reduce My Electric Bill?
Solar panels are an intelligent investment that has a positive impact on everyone involved. Installing solar on your commercial building means any electricity rates prior that have prevented the ability to put money into areas that will benefit your business will be a problem you'll no longer have to face. For any businesses big or small hope to save money whilst growing as a company, having to think about how much your electricity bill is going to cost each month is something that’s not only preventing potential earnings in other places but becomes a common annoyance. Solar allows you to take control of your business and spend your money how you want to, by using electricity sourced from natural energy on a day to day basis should not only make you feel better about your everyday lifestyle choices but will also cut your electricity bills down each month by up to half as much.

Do Solar Panels Need Servicing?
Solar panels require little maintenance especially in the winter when bad weather conditions mean the panels often clean themselves without the need to have to pay for engineers to come out and maintain them. In the summer more work may be needed to keep the panels up to standard because the dry weather means the panels have little rain so are unable to stay clean and can therefore get quite dirty and not look as appealing. Signing up to our maintenance package means you'll pay a fixed rate for the entire year and for that get your panels annually cleaned, inspected and kept up to date to guarantee high panel efficiency.
Regular maintenance checks are especially beneficial for larger commercial solar systems because it ensures the system is operating properly with no underlying issues. Something important to regularly check with large systems because if something does go wrong it can impact the business on a large scale. If your solar panels are installed on a flat roof, they’ll need regular cleans anyway because unlike solar panels installed on a slanted array that clean themselves when rain runs down, panels on a flat roof are unable to stay clean as easily. Solar panel servicing means any potential problems can be terminated before they become any bigger and affect the functionality of the system.

Do Solar Panels Damage Your Roof?
Solar panels need to be installed carefully by professionals who know the ins and outs of solar roofs. Ensuring your roof installation goes smoothly and the roof is not damaged by the installation means using trusted and experienced installers with a good reputation. On the rare occasion, a roof is damaged it's likely that the roof was in bad condition to start with rather than the solar panels causing damage to the roof. In conclusion, installations that are carried out by experts who deliver top-quality installs shouldn’t cause any problems to a building’s roof.

How Long Does It Take For Solar Panels To Pay For Themselves?
Solar panels are a great investment for any business, wanting to grow, whilst saving money at the same time. With commercial solar panels, the payback time can vary because the systems can differ so much in size from as little as 10kw to as large as 250 kW with paybacks of between 4 and 8 years on average.

How Many Solar Panels Do I Need For My Business?
There is no definitive answer to this you can only be advised as to what could be suitable however, your business may need more or fewer panels depending on the size of your business, the amount of electricity your business consumes on average, the industry of your business and the amount of panels your roof can hold. These are all deciding factors of your system's size. For instance a manufacturing business is likely to use a lot more electricity than a law firm would, however the size of a business will also affect the amount of electrics used. Larger businesses with more staff are likely to use a greater amount of electricity than a business that has less staff. Before evaluating how many panels your business needs you'll need to calculate how many panels your roof can have on it first.