Glenn and Penny contacted me to have their solar panels cleaned because they were noticing a slight decline in energy production. I explained to them my procedure for cleaning solar panels. I explained I use a water fed pole system with de-ionized water. This removes all the element from the water allowing the surfaces to dry with a spot and streak free finish. On solar panels this is a plus because anything on the panel can cause a reduction in energy production.
As I was completing the work on the solar panels I noticed they had a clogged gutter that needed a proper gutter cleaning. I cleaned the debris from the gutter to allow the water to flow properly. I also noticed that most of what Glenn, Penny and I initially thought was dirt turned out to be paint overspray when they had their house painted. Glenn wanted to see the paint for himself and climbed my ladder. He was very upset with the paint being on the solar panels but was very appreciative of me notifying him of the issue. I completed the rest of the cleaning and as a result they were very please with the cleaning and may call me back to remove the paint once I research the best technique to properly remove it without scratching or damaging the panel. They will also be contacting the painting company and the solar company in an effort to resolve their issues.
Products Used: Water fed pole and de-ionized water
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