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Bring Certainty and Safety to Your Home


While it’s well known that utilizing solar energy is environmentally sound, the benefits go beyond going green and directly impact your home. Solar energy for residential usage is stored in a home solar battery. Basically, this battery does what most average batteries do, which is stores energy. The unique thing that makes these different than a AAA battery in your television remote at home, is the amount of energy stored in them and the fact that they receive this energy from the sunlight absorbed from the panels on your home.



Now you might be thinking, well of course it does, a house uses a lot more electricity than a tiny TV remote. You are one hundred percent right, but what about a generator used for a house compared with an in-home solar battery? This is where the intensity and security of these batteries shines through.


Homeowners and their families’ at-home lives have greatly changed in the past few months. With an influx of people staying home amid COVID-19, the energy necessary to power your full and active household — including the rest of the neighborhood — has drastically increased. This aspect has led to more frequent power outages as the outdated grid system and general output ability of a common American home are not as capable of providing assured, consistent electricity. While many people turn to generators to assist in powering their non-solar based homes in times of crisis, there are a few downsides and that’s if you own one. Generators require gas which can not only get expensive when using it to provide electricity to an entire house, but is generally just not as reliable in a blackout or other possibly hazardous situation. The lack of reliability also pertains to the lifespan of common generators being usually no longer than five years. The use of gas is also a safety concern due to the emittance of greenhouse gasses and general complications such as spills. While noise may not seem like a huge debilitating factor in the use of a generator, if you live in an area with a noise curfew or maybe you simply have vocal neighbors, it will affect your ability to provide electricity to your home and do anything that may be necessary that comes along with that.


Home solar batteries solve almost all of these faults in your everyday generator. Reliability is ensured with solar batteries due to its energy storage elements that provide long-lasting backup power, saving unused energy for a rainy day or maybe even a surprise blackout. Luckily, the sun rises every day and provides possibly the most reliable refuel source and just in time to start using your homes electricity again in the morning. The batteries are also safe in many aspects; they do not emit dangerous gases, are clean and renewable for the earth, and are professionally installed meaning they are always there and working to store energy. This is a safety feature because compared to the generator, there is no uncertainty of accidental spills or dangers of carrying that old heavy machine out of the shed and attaching it to your house during bad weather or at night. As a homeowner, a major factor of certainty in all aspects of your home is the warranty of long lasting appliances, machines, and materials. Solar batteries can last anywhere up to 25 years ensuring a very long, reliable, and safe source of electricity no matter what the weather.


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Solar Opportunities is a Full-Service Solar Consultation, Design and Install company services Pennsylvania. Our cutting edge design platform enables inquiring minds to access all the information they need to know in a clear, transparent fashion in a short amount of time. Systems can be designed from satellite imagery for residential, commercial and agricultural properties. For more information, visit us at https://www.solaropportunitiesllc.com, email us at info@solaropportunities.com or call us at 570-637-6384.


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