There are a lot of people who say they would love to buy solar panels, but can’t afford them or just aren’t sure that it is a good investment. These are both valid reasons to keep on waiting. The number of solar panels for sale have increased greatly making it even more difficult (though less expensive) to choose the right solar panels. So if you are interested, but not 100% sure, then how about testing some cheap solar panels?
There are a number of kits on the market that include everything and are basically a DIY or premade kit. They can be setup and taken down quickly, and don’t take up too much space. These kits won’t provide power for your entire home, but they will give you enough to power a few appliances. You could actually combine several to get more power, but in that case there will be better options that are more cost effective.
Installing one of these kits is pretty simple and will help you learn just how well solar panels will work at your home. A couple of these can even be installed on RVs.
After you have installed the solar panels and decided that you would like to go bigger (completely get rid of your energy bill), then the next step is to check out your government and find out what kind of options you have. Getting them to pay for a large part of the bill will make the transition to solar power much easier.
The great way about setting up these solar panels is that even if you later go to a much larger service these won’t go to waste. You can set them up with your system for a little extra power or you can use them to power a seperate building or RV.