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Solar Panel Exclusion Systems – A Must For Solar Panel Protection
Let’s take a moment and clarify “solar panel exclusion.” Birds, mainly pigeons, build nests under solar panels. A solar panel needs space between it and the roof. Unfortunately, this region is a perfect area for pigeons and other birds to build their nests. Protecting this space is called “solar panel exclusion.” And unlike most birds, pigeons nest throughout the year, looking for secure and sheltered places to lay their eggs and raise their young. Rooftop mounted solar panels provide what they need, hence the need for “solar panel exclusion,” i.e., excluding out birds from this space under solar panels.
In Ohio, starlings often descend on a home or businesses in sizeable numbers and take advantage of the safety provided by any solar panel on buildings. Once a large flock of starlings decides to land on a roof, a mess and damage to a solar array is a strong possibility.
We’re sure you have seen more and more Solar Panels on Ohio homes and businesses, which means solar panel exclusion is necessary to protect these fantastic products of science. Businesses and homeowners endeavor to use solar panels to generate the electrical power they need, and they want this source of electricity protected 24/7/356. Solar energy is a clean, efficient power source and reduces the carbon footprint. But birds perceive solar panels as shelters and nesting areas. Fortunately, solar panel exclusion can address these two nuisance bird issues. Ohio Bird Control is here to help.
Bird droppings on solar panels affect the performance and life of the panels. The top ridge of a solar panel makes an ideal perch for many birds which inevitably results in their droppings all over the face of the panel, blocking the sunlight. In some cases the impact has been so great it has made the solar panels virtually useless. Hard, baked-on bird mess is extremely difficult to remove and can cause significant and expensive damage to solar panel installations, including the cabling and connectors.
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