I have a shipping container home, and I want to add solar panels to the roof. It will provide electricity and helps to cool down the house. I didn't use any other roofing materials for extra shade. Do I need to install any other materials to install the solar panels? I have ordered another shipping container, and it will arrive next month. I want to incorporate it with the existing structure. Is it possible to add solar panels to a two-story shipping container home without damaging the old structure? What all things do I need?
Solar panels are worth it if you generate enough electricity and stay in the same house long enough. Solar panels absorb the sun's energy to generate electricity for free, which can help reduce your electricity bills significantly.
I think solar panels are a good investment, I mean I am happy that I preferred solar panels. Even if at first they are kind of big purchases with time you will see they worth it. Speaking about installing them, well here I don't know anything. From the beginning, I appealed to a roofing firm, that helped me with all the details.