Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions

What happens if I move from my mobile home after installing solar panels?

Solar panels can increase the resale value of your mobile home. Alternatively, systems can sometimes be relocated. We offer consultation services to assess your needs and options.

How long does the installation process take?

The installation typically takes 1-2 days after all necessary permits and approvals have been obtained, depending on the complexity of the system and home layout.

How does weather affect solar panel performance on mobile homes?

Solar panels are designed to withstand various weather conditions; however, efficiency can vary slightly depending on weather patterns. Our systems are optimized for all climates to ensure consistent performance.

What warranties are offered with your solar systems?

Customers can enjoy lower energy bills, potential tax credits, and increased home value, while also locking in energy costs to avoid future rate increases from traditional utilities.

Basics Questions

Are there any hidden costs with solar installations?

We provide a detailed quote upfront, covering all aspects of the installation process, so there are no unexpected costs. Our pricing is transparent and straightforward.

How do I handle solar panel cleaning and maintenance?

Solar panels generally require little maintenance. We provide guidelines for easy cleaning and can schedule maintenance visits if required.

What type of solar panels does Mobile Home Solar use?

We use high-efficiency, durable solar panels suited for residential use, especially in mobile and manufactured homes. These panels are selected for their quality, efficiency, and longevity.

What should I do if there is an issue with my solar panels after installation?

Mobile Home Solar offers comprehensive aftercare services, including troubleshooting and repairs. Contact our support team immediately if you experience any problems.

How do solar incentives work for mobile home owners?

Mobile home owners can benefit from federal, state, and local incentives, including tax credits and rebates, which reduce the initial cost of going solar.

What happens during a power outage?

If your system includes battery storage, you can continue using stored solar power during an outage. Without batteries, your system will automatically shut down to prevent back-feeding the grid for safety.

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