How Long Do Solar Panels Last?

Jul 20, 2021

Solar PanelsIf you’re considering adding solar panels to your home, it’s understandable that you are interested in their longevity. After all, solar panels are a significant investment – you don’t want to have to worry about replacing them in just a decade or so. On average, solar panels are known to last at least 25 years. While your panels will likely still function after this time, their output will have significantly deteriorated and you’ll begin to notice the lack of performance in your home.

How SunPower® Solar Panels Are Different

SunPower® is a premium manufacturer of solar panels, offering some of the highest wattage panels in the industry. Unlike other solar panels that degrade 0.8% each year, SunPower’s solar panels are known for a 0.3% yearly degradation rate. That’s a significant difference and means, after 25 years, your solar panels may still be operating at 92.5% of their original output.

What’s more, SunPower proudly backs all of its solar panels with a 25-year warranty that covers the labor, performance, and parts for added peace of mind.

Byers Installs SunPower Solar Panels in Northern California

Byers is the company to turn to for SunPower solar panels in Northern California. Offering record-breaking power, maximum production, and elegant design, these solar panels are the best of the best. Plus, they will be installed by true industry professionals. Our solar installers are extensively trained, rigorously tested, and regularly re-certified through our quality control process. You can trust that they will provide a top-notch installation for your solar panels to ensure peak performance for decades.

Contact Byers today to schedule a free consultation. We’ll be glad to discuss all that solar can do for you!

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