Published on : 04 May 20203 min reading time

Transforming light into electricity is the principle of a photovoltaic solar panel. This equipment requires professional installation in order to benefit from its advantages to the maximum. The steps for the installation of a solar panel are long. The installation itself is more or less complicated. What are the conditions for installing a solar panel? How to install your equipment correctly? The ideal is to entrust the work to professionals in the field.


You do not have to live in the southern part of your country to benefit from the advantages of your solar panel. Having a well-oriented roof slope is more than enough to take full advantage of the benefits of your equipment. The ideal is to have a slope of about 30°. The clearance of your roof is also important so that light can come into direct contact with your panel. No obstacles should create shade. A large tree or a nearby building can reduce the chances of your equipment catching enough light during the day. A photovoltaic installation is a long-term investment. It is expensive, which is why it is essential to ensure its installation.

Before installing your solar panel, remember to complete the declaration of installation work for your equipment. This step takes place at the town hall of your commune. This declaration is sufficient if you plan to install a thermal solar panel. The case of a photovoltaic panel is different. If the building is under construction, the installation of the panels requires a building permit. In the case of an old building, the simple declaration will suffice. In case you are a co-owner in a building, the agreement of the general assembly of co-owners is essential to be able to install your equipment according to the standards in force. A professional can help you to carry out the steps quickly and correctly. He or she will also know how to choose a better location for your solar panel.


A photovoltaic installation is a professional job. It takes place at height, so it requires a certain amount of know-how. A professional is sufficiently equipped to carry out the work safely. He knows the ideal season to carry out the installation of your equipment (outside the rainy period, during less windy weather, etc.). A simple observation will enable him to choose the best location for your panel. His objective is to ensure that you get the most out of your investment. A professional installer can also advise you on the choice of panels to invest. He will even advise you on the maintenance of your equipment in order to make it durable. A comparison of estimates will help you find the right service provider.