Solar Panel Installation Dallas TexasIf you’ve been around Dallas for any length of time in the summer, you obviously know that it’s not only hot, but there’s an ample amount of sun far more often than not. That’s just one of the reasons that solar panel installation in Dallas, Texas makes a great deal of sense. Another reason is that going solar can save you a great deal of money in the long run by greatly reducing – and potentially even eliminating entirely – your reliance on the utility grid.

Why You Want It

If you’ve been considering solar panel installation in Dallas, Texas, there’s never been a better time. Not only will you not be at the mercy of the utility provider’s whims when it comes to pricing, you can also significantly increase the value of your home. Solar energy is more affordable than ever; we can outfit your home with a system that will easily fit within your budgetary limits and also direct you toward tax credits and rebates than can drive the price down even further.

Different Types of Panels

There are two basic types of solar panels: monocrystalline and polycrystalline. Here’s a quick primer on the differences between them.

Monocrystalline panels are made up of silicon crystal cells. These cells, which are protected by either glass or some other type of material, take in sunlight and break down that light into electrons. The electrons are then moved down a path by a semiconductor. At the end of the path, other system components convert those electrons into energy.

Polycrystalline panels are very similar to their monocrystalline counterparts in the way they work. These types of panels were once cost prohibitive, but thanks to advances in the manufacturing process they are now a great deal more affordable.

Let an expert with Global Efficient Energy talk to you about what type of solar panel installation in Dallas, Texas would be best for your needs. Contact us online or give us a call at 1-888-826-7881 to learn more or schedule an appointment.

By Abe Issa

Founder and CEO

Global Efficient Energy