Solar Panel Pressure Washing Brisbane
Pressure washing your solar panels is one effective way to maintain and get the most energy from the sun. Clean solar panels can save up more energy than when it has buildup dirt and debris. Our pressure cleaning services are available in Brisbane including Sandgate, Aspley, Cleveland, Indooroopilly, and other neighbouring areas.
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Power washing your solar panels in Brisbane and its neighboring areas
Solar panels are designed to be eco-friendly, using the sun’s UV rays and converting them into usable energy for homes and commercial premises, designed to have zero negative impact on the environment whilst also helping households and businesses save money on their electricity bills.
Solar panels are, however, quite expensive to purchase and install. Though they have a lifespan of approximately 25 years, the initial outlay can be significant. Therefore, it is in the interest of all those who have gone ahead and invested in solar panels to ensure they are well taken care of.
Why choose Brisbane Powerwash to clean your solar panels?
Here at Brisbane Powerwash, we take pride in every service we offer. When it comes to our solar panel service, there are several reasons why we should be your first port of call.
Firstly, we are trusted and recommended by residents all around the Greater Brisbane region, offering our pressure cleaning services here for decades, and built up a steady client base and a sterling reputation to match.
As customer service and satisfaction are of the highest importance to us, we ensure to work quickly and always try to respond to queries and get our pressure cleaners out there as soon as possible and never leave any mess behind, all whilst having a smile on our face.
We want to provide our customers value for money so we always make sure our prices remain competitive in line with the market. All of our employees are trained, qualified and experienced, and are regularly tested to ensure they are keeping up with new technology and products.
It’s only natural for the odd mistake to occur and if that happens, then all services we provide come with warranties. For example, should there be any issues after pressure washing, we can come back out as soon as we can to fix the problem completely free of charge. Finally, as a business, we are fully licensed and insured.
Why you should Power Wash your solar panels:
- Solar panels need to be exposed to sunlight in order to work effectively. This means that they are outdoors all year round and can go through some extreme conditions as the weather changes.
- Over time they accumulate dirt, dust, grime, leaves and such, which can impact their performance if they are not removed or cleaned properly. You may notice that even when there’s a lot of sunshine, your solar panels are not producing as much energy as they did some while back. Though there are multiple reasons behind this, one of those reasons can be the build-up of filth, so from time to time, it is important to have those solar panels cleaned thoroughly with a power washer.
- At Brisbane Powerwash, our skilled experts use our top-of-the-range power washers at just the right pressure with cleaning liquids mixed specifically for solar panels to ensure none of your expensive solar panels is damaged whilst being cleaned thoroughly.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I DIY pressure wash my solar panels?
Yes, you can. However, you need to be careful. The solar panels need to be able to withstand the pressure you are using, and using too much pressure can have some serious negative consequences.
We recommend that if you choose to clean the solar panels yourself then use low pressure and soft brushes without any corrosive solvents, and also, be careful up there on the rooftops.
How often should I clean my solar panels?
Experts recommend that you should clean your solar panels once every six months as this will maintain the efficiency and productivity of the solar cell panels. This all depends on where you live, how much dirt is collected on the panels, and what the weather is like in general.