Typically, solar electric systems produce 1,750 kilowatt-hours (kWh) per year per kilowatt (kW) rating of the system. For example, a 5 kW system should produce 8,750 kWh per year. System output will ultimately vary depending on the type of components installed and the system’s orientation in relation to the sun.
At a minimum, your solar electric system must have the following warranties to be considered for Havasu Solar customers:
Modules: The modules must have a performance warranty from the manufacturer that protects against the electrical output of the unit degrading more than 10% over a 10-year period, and more than 20% over a 20-year period.
Inverters: Inverters must have a 10-year warranty provided by the equipment manufacturer that protects against defect or component breakdown.
Installation: The installer must provide a 5-year warranty that protects against defects in the overall installation of the solar electric system that degrades the electrical output of the overall system by more than 15%. In addition, the installer must provide a 2-year warranty that covers roof penetration leaks. These installation warranties also must provide for no-cost repair or replacement of affected components, including any associated labor that is not otherwise provided by the manufacturer, during the warranty period.
IMPORTANT: Extended warranties: Havasu Solar customer receive as a standard feature 25 year warranties on inverters on all purchased systems.