One of the most common objections to solar panels – besides high installation cost of solar panels in Denver – is that the panels disrupt the building’s exterior design. While in the past, the only design option was to get dark blue panels with metal components visible underneath the blue or black, glass-like surface (appearance that is difficult to match with home design, indeed), modern panels come in designs that are more pleasing to the eye:
– Thinner, sleeker panels – new panels are less bulky and they are available in several different styles to allow building owners to choose the style that works with their building exteriors more harmoniously;
– Suitable for designs that make the most of contrast – modern solar panels can add a touch of industrial style to traditional buildings, such as Colonial homes;
– Great for modern buildings – modern solar panels blend in seamlessly with contemporary building designs.
While a few years ago, the only type of solar panels available featured silver framing, white backing and visible wires, modern panels come with black framing, white backing, but no visible wires – though the latter solution costs a bit more, it is much easier to integrate with existent roof design as well as with overall building design.