Solar Panels are Vulnerable to Birds/Critters
Residential solar panels offer pest birds protection from overhead flying predators, rain, snow and extreme rooftop temperatures.
Even a small array of 20 to 30 solar panels can offer nesting sites for a dozen pairs of pigeons, which can then double or triple annually.
Rooftop solar panels are highly vulnerable to damage by birds and critters, causing damage to both panels and wiring.
Highly acidic bird droppings on panels can damage surfaces and reduce panel efficiency.
Solar Panel Bird Deterrent Seals Out Birds/Critters
Bird B Gone’s Solar Panel Bird Deterrent blocks out birds and critters with a PVC black-coated 1/2" mesh.
The Solar Panel Bird Deterrent is secured to PV panels with special panel clips (sold separately) that won’t damage or scratch the solar panels. Continue reading