Dust, road grime, pollen, and bird droppings severely impact the efficacy of Solar Panels. In fact, studies have shown panel performance can degrade by 20% or higher without regular cleaning and maintenance.


    Your Solar Panels are like anything else that sits outside if you don’t take care of them they will start to fail. The industry recommends that every 6 months you should get your Solar Panels cleaned. This will lead to less cell deterioration and longer panel life.


    If you want your Solar Panel to perform efficiently at all times, then you should ensure maximum cleanliness at all times. Nothing offers you this level of cleanliness than an expert from Holokai Solar Panel Cleaners. 


It is common that most people give little or no concern to cleaning their Solar Panels.

Not only will dirt and airborne pollutants affect the production of Solar Panels, but they will also harm the solar cells themselves. A conventional cell shaded by dust gatherings will act as a resistance to the power generated by other cells and this, in turn, causes the shaded cell to heat up and damage the cell. This leads to eventual Solar Panel failure.


Due to the upwards angle of Solar Panels, they are more prone to bird droppings and a build-up of general dust and dirt that does not wash off with just rain. This reduces the amount of light hitting the panel and reduces its output. As the projected energy figures claimed by Solar Panel manufacturers and installers are based on the optimum performance of clean Solar Panels, this build-up of dirt can adversely affect the panels ability to meet those projections.


Most Solar Panels require an annual cleaning, though cleaning them more often is not uncommon. The general rule for Solar Panel maintenance is to have them cleaned every SIX MONTHS. However, weather conditions or other factors can cause your panels to get dirty more frequently. Remember RAIN doesn’t clean your panels, they need to be scrubbed.