SUNROBOL, NY-The world’s largest non-profit solar manufacturer and distributor, Sun Roof Solar is offering its unique roof-mounted solar solutions and products to consumers across the five counties and New York City. The company has installed solar panels on commercial and residential roofs for over seven years in New York City, as well as on residential and light commercial rooftops throughout the county and state. At its current location at Battery Park, Queens, Sunroof Solar has twenty-three employees and is expanding by adding two to three more manufacturing plants in the coming years. The company’s mission is to produce and distribute high quality, energy-efficient, environmentally friendly residential solar products, and related equipment. It strives to be a leader in the solar industry by providing its customers with the highest quality and most eco-friendly equipment.
Consumers should understand the terms and conditions of the agreement between a lender and a borrower when they obtain financing for a residential or commercial roof system. Many lenders require borrowers to purchase a guarantee policy from them that protects them against the defects or flaws in the solar panels or equipment. Although most up-front costs associated with any solar installation are the responsibility of the customer, these lenders do not want to take on the additional risk of owning a defective product. A typical up-front cost is about one hundred dollars per kilowatt-hour of electricity generated by the solar power system. Although there may be other factors involved such as installation or initial financing, a one hundred dollar charge for each kilowatt-hour will not go unrewarded.
Consumers can obtain loans for solar energy systems from many different sources including local New York lenders, national lenders and state approved financial institutions like banks and credit unions. Some up-front costs for the residential or commercial roofing system can be avoided if the homeowner can demonstrate that the loan will not be affected by any defects in the solar panels or other equipment. For example, a bank would not require a borrower to purchase a warranty protection policy unless the bank could prove that the borrower’s down payment would not be repaid should a defect be discovered in the solar equipment. Most up-front costs for solar panel systems are usually covered by a warranty, but some do not include any potential warranty costs.
As a homeowner you may wonder how the sunroof-solar energy system actually works. The primary working part of the system is a flexible solar screen that collects the sun’s energy during the day and converts it into electricity using photovoltaic cells. During the nighttime the sunroof covers allows the sunlight to shine through and heat the interior of the house. This circulating process of heating water and warming air causes the inside of the house to warm up faster than the exterior. Because this natural process takes place all day long, the inside of the house does not become hot enough to damage furniture or cause other types of interior damage that could be detrimental to the health of the occupants.
The flexible solar screen that allows the solar panels to collect energy during the daytime is typically made of a durable plastic material. This material is then covered with a waterproof layer or an insulation layer that protects from rain and snow. The flexible solar panels are then fastened to the roof. All of these elements combine to make the roof a very effective heat and power collector for the home. The up-front cost for these parts can often be recovered through the reduction of utility bills paid during the period of time that the solar power generating equipment is in use.
In addition to heating a home using the sun’s energy, a sunroof is also effective at cleaning. In many areas of the country, the heat of the sun provides ample cleaning for the residence occupants. As the sunroof moves across the sky, it collects the dust particles from the ground and moves them into its collecting tray. When it rains, all of this dirt and grime will be collected into the tray which is released into the storm drain.
With the high performance of a solar panel solar power collector, many households find that they can save money on their electric bill by having a sunroof that operates at full capacity all day. Some residential customers may experience an unexpected increase in their electricity bill because their sunroof wasn’t operating at full capacity when the electrical surge occurred. Although the surge was caused by a fluctuation in the electricity, the panels were not designed to handle large fluctuations. It is important to always make sure that your roofing system is operating in peak condition at all times. If your roofing system is not operating at its peak condition, a sunroof can contribute to the overall electrical problems you are experiencing in your home.
If you have had a sunny, warm, weather-free summer in your residence, you might want to look at purchasing a sunroof for your home. There are many benefits to owning a sunroof. The energy that is collected by the panels and stored within the housing can be used to heat your swimming pool, cook up hot drinks for you and your family, and even turn the heating on during cold days. You could experience a substantial savings in your electric bill if you installed a solar panel system onto your long island home. A sunroof is an excellent investment in your long island home.