Why Install solar panels in the United Kingdom?
Solar PV is one of the most effective way to harness free energy from the comfort of your own home… helping you rely less on energy companies

Are you fed up with relying on utility companies for your electricity?
Do you wish there was another way to power your home?

Then you need one of our market-leading solar panel systems.

Our photo-voltaic (PV) solar panels generate electricity from the sun, meaning you don't have to rely on utility providers alone.

The number of homes using solar PV systems is rapidly increasing as the technology has become more efficient and affordable.

Now is the time to switch to solar panels!


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Solar PV:
A Greener Home and Healthier Bank Balance


You can make big savings when you switch to solar panels.

You can also do your bit for climate change by reducing your homes’ carbon footprint - using 'clean' energy from the sun.

You can make additional savings by exporting your unused solar energy back to the National Grid.

Because solar energy is generated without the use of fossil fuels, you can relax knowing that not only are you saving money every month, but you're also saving the planet too.


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Two Reasons To Switch To Solar
Reduced Environmental Impact
Using solar power reduces reliance on energy companies who use industrial power stations
to generate electricity. Giving you the peace of mind that the energy you’re using is green,
clean and helping the environment.  
Independence From The Grid
With ever spiralling energy costs, now is the time to break free from the energy companies.
Unfortunately, you’ll never be 100% independent of the energy suppliers, however, now
you can take control of how much you spend, and when you use their electricity. 

Installing Solar Panels - what you need to know

There isn’t enough sun in the UK: Solar panels don’t need equatorial sun to function, they just need light. While they work more effectively on bright, sunny days, they will continue to generate electricity even on our typically British, overcast days.

Solar panels don’t work at night: Battery storage technology stores the excess power generated during the day, allowing you to use it when you choose, including at night. If you have an electric vehicle, you can charge it from our storage batteries too.

Solar Technology isn’t tried and tested: Solar power has been in use for decades and the technology behind it has been advanced and refined throughout this time. The costs have reduced by more than 80% since 2010. The sooner you switch to solar, the sooner you’ll start reaping the rewards.

My house will be devalued: With increasing environmental awareness across the UK, many experts now agree that installation of solar panels actually adds to the value of your home.


What to look for in a solar power company / Solar panel costs

Experience and Expert: A reputable installer should have a proven track record of successful installations and a thorough understanding of solar technology. They should be knowledgeable about various types of solar panels, system sizing, and local regulations.

Certifications and Licenses: Solar panel installers should possess the necessary certifications and licenses to carry out their work professionally and safely. Look for installers who are accredited by recognized organizations, such as the RECC (Renewable Energy Consumer Code) or the MCS (Microgeneration Certification Scheme). These certifications demonstrate the installer's commitment to quality and adherence to industry standards.

Customer Reviews and References: Checking customer reviews and testimonials on websites such as Trust Pilot and Google Reviews are an excellent way to gauge the reputation of a solar panel installer. Look for installers with positive feedback and high ratings from previous customers. Additionally, ask the installer for references and reach out to homeowners who have had installations done by them. Speaking with past clients can provide valuable insights into the installer's professionalism, communication, and overall satisfaction.

Warranty and After-Sales Support: A reputable solar panel installer should offer comprehensive warranties on both the equipment and installation workmanship. Pay attention to the length and coverage of the warranties provided. Additionally, inquire about the installer's after-sales support. Will they be available to address any maintenance or service needs in the future? Clear communication and ongoing support are crucial for the long-term performance and reliability of your solar panel system.

Customized Design and Financing Options: Every home is unique, and a reliable solar panel installer should provide a customized design that suits your specific energy needs and property layout. They should conduct a thorough assessment of your energy consumption, roof condition, and shading analysis to design an optimized system. Moreover, inquire about their financing options or partnerships with reputable financial institutions to make the installation process more affordable and accessible.

Transparency and Education: A trustworthy solar panel installer should be transparent about the entire installation process, including timelines, costs, and potential energy savings. They should be willing to educate homeowners about the benefits of solar energy, how the system works, and the expected return on investment. Clear communication and transparency foster trust and ensure that homeowners make informed decisions.


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When you’re ready, our friendly group of installers will arrange a time that suits you to get your solar PV system up and running. Get in touch via the form below and we will give you a call back to discuss how we can help you.

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