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These are the TOP 5 REASONS why you should have Westside Window Washers clean your Solar Panels regularly!
1.) The Solar Panels stay clean longer
Sometimes when chemicals and detergents are used a thin layer of sticky residue left behind. Our super purified water contains no chemicals or detergents. No sticky residue is left on the panel,
therefore there is nothing for the dust to stick to, and they will stay clean longer.
2. ) Solar Panel maintenance lengthens the lifespan of your solar panels
Chemicals and detergents can often be harmful for glass and rubber seals. Pure water washes away deposits like dirt, bird poop, bee pollen and leaves nothing that can shorten the lifespan of the solar panels.
3.) Solar Panels will be cleaner
Super purified water has a strong desire to return to its impure state. The water, with the help of soft brush heads, lifts the dirt off the surface. And with the purified water most solar panels depending on their angle will dry with no water drops. We only use squeegee to dry some solar panels, depending on the angle the solar panels sits at. We never like to leave the solar panel wet.
4.) Safest way to clean panels
Solar panels are relatively fragile. You cannot stand, lean, or put much pressure on them. Our long telescopic poles with soft brush heads safely clean the anti reflective coating while not applying much pressure. Because we do not use chemicals or detergent there is no risk of chemical damage to the solar panels. And we do not use high pressure either, like with a pressure washer, since this can cause substantial damage. Finally, we use a method that does not quickly lower the temperature of the panels, which can crack and break them.
5.) Environmentally friendly
You are obviously environmentally friendly conscious and we are also concerned about the environment. That is why we use purified water, eliminating the need for detergents or chemicals. Additionally, we conserve water with our technology, which uses only a small fraction of the water typically used to hose down solar panels.