All That And A Bag Of Chips
We’ve installed many different types of solar panels over the years and all of them come with our 30-year workmanship warranty. The race to be the best in solar energy is neck-and-neck with the victor varying by slim differences. The following solar panel manufacturers are the most requested by our clients and based on our research, there’s good reason. What are your thoughts? Let us know by emailing us at [email protected] if you agree or disagree with the panels we call “The Preferred Panels.”
Multi Busbar Solar Cell
Solarever USA panels are becoming a favorite from our clients. These panels gain a high reputation for their 25-Year Efficiency Warranty for 80% output, and with their multi busbar technology are considered to be more efficient than those with fewer. The modules are entirely manufactured in North America.
Manufactured in Mexico
Reliable and Affordable
Beautiful, black-on-black solar panels with a unique 10 busbar system capable of producing significant power for its size. mSolar is another name of Mission Solar, a San Antonio solar panel company. While Mission Solar panels are manufactured in San Antonio, mSolar panels are manufactured overseas.
Manufactured in Indonesia
Ranked Best Solar Panel
Aptos DNA-144 was ranked best solar panel in a recent polling by Solar Power World. They offer a sleek, black design and a 30-year performance warranty of 82% and a 25-year product warranty.
Manufactured in Vietnam
Tier-One Solar Panel
REC Solar panels boast the highest output at end of warranty term at 92.0% and offer a 25-year warranty when installed by a REC certified pro. They’ve been in business for over 25 years so REC has seen their first solar panels make it past the warranty term.
Solar Edge Pros is one of three REC certified solar professionals in San Antonio. This means our installations come with an extended equipment warranty.
Manufactured in Singapore
How to Read Solar Panel Spec Sheets
The amount of solar panel options can be overwhelming even for solar installers. That’s why we created a series of posts and videos to explain the various parts of a standard solar panel specification sheet.
Want to learn more about solar panel systems? Check out our page on Solar Inverters where we compare two of the leading brands and what makes them similar yet different.
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