Monocrystalline Solar panel attachment to roof
I've been reading about the attachment of thin film solar panels to the roof with Velcro extreme strips. I have two "hard" panels and was going to screw them into the surface of the roof as many others have. But reading about the capacity of the Velcro strips I'm thinking that a couple of strips, one on the long side of each panel adhering them to the roof, would be ideal. I'd still like to be able to angle them south when boondocking and with the Velcro I could lift one edge and prop it up to 30° and put a block with Velcro attachments on it to hold it up.
Can anyone think of issues where I'm missing something. Being close to the roof its unlikely wind will get under the panels. There isn't a lot of direct wind in the location where they'll be located. Do you think the Velcro would hold the panels down. Would it be extremely difficult to get the panel loosened off to elevate it?
Ideas? Concerns? Thanks so much.
Ottawa Ontario Canada
2015 Solera 24R