Does my roof have to face south for solar to be worthwhile?

If you’re looking to install a solar system in your home, you’ll want to position your panels to receive maximum exposure from the sun. Typically, a south facing unshaded roof will produce the most power but few houses are lucky enough to have enough square feet of south facing roof to maximize solar power production. Obviously installing soalr panels on a roof that is not perfect does not change the solar power system cost and so as a homeowner you need to know whether you will you still be able to amass enough energy savings to make solar energy worthwhile where your roof doesn’t face south? The article below discusses energy output for solar panel installation on roof spaces that do not face due south.

 Read more about the effect on solar production of having a roof that doesn’t face south



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