JC Solar, LLC is Maryland’s premiere provider of residential solar home installation. Our expert team has a combined years of experience in the home improvement industry, focusing on the evolving technology and environmental necessity towards solar power. This method of self-sustaining solar power has become cost-efficient for homeowners to integrate into their personal needs. JC Solar, LLC.’s goal is to offer the most current and up-to-date consumer products, combined with the knowledge to stay ahead of the curve.
As part of our goal to stay current in the ever-evolving technologies of solar power, JC Solar, LLC. not only offers the highest-quality service of solar panel installation – we also provide numerous options of solar battery back-up systems for your home.
Solar battery backup storage systems provide continuous electricity for your home during a blackout due to earthquake, winter storm or other catastrophic utility power failure. For over a decade, JC Solar, LLC has engineered reliable, safe, and virtually maintenance free battery systems for home owners on and off the grid.
Our systems use sealed batteries and instantly transfer critical circuits from grid power to back up power in less than a second, leaving computers, refrigerators and other critical equipment on line. Energy storage technology has been around for decades, but solar batteries used in home solar-plus-storage systems are relatively new to the market. While solar batteries can offer a significant economic benefit for homeowners in certain situations, their price tag means they don’t make financial sense for everybody. Read on for our rundown on what solar batteries can and can’t do for your home.
As the experts at JC Solar, LLC can attest, when you install a solar battery as part of your home solar energy system, you can store the extra energy your solar panels produce at home instead of feeding it all back into the electricity grid. With solar batteries, you maximize your ability to use the electricity generated by your solar panels on a day-to-day basis. During the times when you need more electricity than your solar panels are producing (later in the day or at nighttime), you can use the solar energy you have stored. When you add a battery to your system, your home can run off the solar energy you have stored if the grid goes down.