Solar Batteries San Diego

San Diego Solar Battery Back Up Systems In San Diego By Licensed Contractor

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Unified Solar and Roofing provides a premium San Diego solar battery installation and replacement services for your solar panel system. If you want a solar battery backup system, our team of licensed solar technicians can help you at installation or at any other point in the life of your solar panel system. There’s never been a better time to get solar batteries in San Diego!

Blackouts, storms, and overcast days make it obvious: you need a backup solar battery! San Diego solar batteries can provide your home with renewable energy that gives you an alternative to expensive, traditional electricity and helps keep your carbon footprint low–without compromising your quality of life. Unified Solar and Roofing can help you select the right brand of solar battery for your home and provides a seamless installation process. Call us today for a free estimate! As a full service company, we also offer our valued clients complete San Diego solar and roofing solutions.

solar batteries installed in San Diego and the manufacturers we offer

What Are Solar Batteries

Solar panel batteries store excess electricity made during the day when the sun is out and allow you to use them later when you need the electricity. They are sometimes called “deep cycle batteries.” These batteries can store and disburse energy as needed and act in a similar fashion to car batteries. For San Diego residents who may have an electric car, solar panel batteries can also charge your vehicle as needed.
Peak sunlight happens around midday and can cause your solar panel to create more electricity than you and your family currently need. You can store that electricity in a solar battery and either use it later or sell it back to investor-owned electric companies. California law dictates that investor-owned electric companies must buy surplus electricity from homes that own solar panels.

How much electricity do solar batteries store? It depends on their capacity. The number that represents accessible or usable capacity in a battery can tell you how long the battery can power your home or property. Battery storage is typically measured in kilowatt-hours (kWh). The length of time a battery can run will vary based on how much electricity you need at one time. A solar battery that powers small appliances or one item will last longer than a solar battery used to power an entire room.

Why Should I Install San Diego Solar Batteries?

San Diego’s general electric company, SDG&E, has occasionally implemented blackouts to help the region adjust to hot and dry summers. When this phenomenon happens, homeowners with solar panel backup batteries are grateful for the means they have to power their homes.

Furthermore, for families that tend to rely on general electricity during certain times of the day, going back to the grid might be more expensive than relying on solar batteries. Time of Use regulations makes electricity more expensive to use after 4 pm when the sun is not as strong.

Will you need to replace your solar batteries? Eventually. Solar panels can last from anywhere between 20-25 years. But solar panel batteries last anywhere between 5 and 15 years. To keep up with the endurance of your solar panel system, you’ll need to replace the batteries at least once.

Some factors come into play when considering San Diego solar battery replacements. Solar panel owners should consider how often they use these batteries, where these batteries are stored, and whether or not their solar power system is regularly maintained.

Types of Solar Batteries Offered In San Diego

Most kinds of solar batteries do well in the city of San Diego. But they can affect the life of your solar battery. Below are some of the common types of batteries:

  • Lead-Acid Batteries

    Many types of off-grid energy solutions utilize lead-acid batteries. They’re inexpensive, easy to get, and simple to replace. Due to their lower capacity, you will need to replace these batteries more frequently than other types of batteries (DoD).

  • Lithium Ion Batteries

    There are several advantages to using lithium ion batteries over other types of batteries, including their portability, compactness, and extended life. In solar panel installations, these batteries are often regarded as the gold standard. Lead-acid batteries have lower DoD and capacity than lithium-ion batteries.

  • Saltwater Batteries

    Saltwater batteries are the most environmentally friendly and energy-efficient batteries on the market. They don’t have heavy metals and are easy to recycle.

We also use NeoVolta for solar batteries in San Diego
Solar batteries in San Diego offered by Unified, one is Enphase
Another solar battery back up in San Diego used is LG Shem

Our San Diego Solar Battery Partners

Unified Solar and Roofing provides quality San Diego solar batteries, both for installation and replacement. We’ve partnered with the best manufacturers in the market to keep your solar system in its best shape.

Some of the brands we provide include:

  • Enphase

    Enphase batteries rely on microinverters to keep the power flowing in your house throughout the night and when the sun isn’t out.

  • LG Chem

    LG Chem batteries offer a ten-year warranty. These batteries perform well both indoors and outdoors.

  • Neovolta

    Neovolta batteries rely on iron, instead of ion like other batteries. They perform well in higher temperatures.

Get Your Free Solar Battery Back Up Estimate Today

A free San Diego solar battery installation estimate from Unified Solar and Roofing is always available to you and your family. When it comes to replacing outdated solar batteries or never having solar batteries installed, our team of specialists can make the procedure quick and painless for everyone involved. With solar batteries, you’ll always be prepared for anything.

Unified solar And Roofing also offers San Diego solar panel installation, solar panel repair, and solar panel cleaning.

If you have any question, or you would like to schedule a consultation, please call us at (858) 382-4532 or fill out our contact form.