Paint overspray happens when nearby painters apply a fresh coat of paint to the house or building without covering the surrounding areas. It’s not uncommon that painting and other property maintenance affects your solar panel’s ability absorb sunlight. Paint overspray can coat a solar panels glass with small paint particles, preventing it from producing optimal energy output. The longer paint is left to harden and adhere to the glass, the harder it is to remove, sometimes causing long lasting panel problems. In most cases, paint can cause even more sunlight blockage than regular dirt! Paint is extremely difficult to remove, OnPoint takes every precaution to protect your solar panels, removing pesky paint spots without damaging glass.
Usually, paint overspray is recognized while cleaning the solar panels. If we do a routine cleaning of your panels and notice paint overspray during our cleaning, we will notify you right away. We will show you pictures of the issue and discuss with you the severity of the problem. OnPoint will never price gouge our customers, we will only start a paint removal process if all parties agree on price adjustments to complete the job. There are never any hidden fees here at OnPoint, we pride ourselves in transparency. We also offer residential solar panel cleaning services.