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Once you have solar panels installed at your Gainesville, Florida home, you’ll want to keep them in good shape so that they’ll continue to perform optimally for as many years as possible. Luckily, it’s easy to maintain solar panels! Solar panel cleaning is almost never required, and you should only need to call a solar panel maintenance company if your solar panels are in need of repair. 

The Solar Impact team is here to care for your solar energy system for the duration of its lifespan—25+ years in most cases! While we proactively monitor every system we install, we encourage you to reach out to us if you think you may need solar panel repair or maintenance. We service both residential solar systems and commercial solar systems. 

Solar Panel Repairs  

Problems with your solar panels or other components of your system, like your solar inverter, can affect system performance and energy production. If you’ve noticed a drop in the amount of electricity your solar system is producing, or if there is physical damage to your panels or racking, call Solar Impact. We can inspect your system and determine the necessary maintenance and repair services. 

Solar Panel Service and Maintenance Near You in Florida 

Looking for a solar panel service company you can trust? Solar Impact is here for you. We’ve been helping Florida homeowners and businesses with all their solar needs since 2007 and are a 100% employee-owned company. Whether you have questions about solar panel maintenance costs or you’re ready to schedule an appointment, our team is standing by to help. We’ll help you keep your solar power system in optimal condition so that you can maintain your energy independence and save as much as possible on your electric bills

Looking for a solar installer near you that offers solar maintenance? Call Solar Impact at (352) 338-8221 or get in touch with us online

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