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Empowering Your
Home with Clean Energy

Are you tired of rising electricity bills and looking for a more sustainable solution? Then look no further than solar PV panels! Solar panels are a great way to harness the power of the sun and turn it into clean, renewable energy for your home. With the technology advancing and becoming more affordable, it’s never been a better time to switch to solar.

What are Solar PV Panels?

Solar PV panels are photovoltaic panels that convert sunlight into direct current electricity. This electricity can be used to power your home and even feed excess energy back into the grid. Solar PV panels are made of silicone cells that absorb photons from the sun and use them to generate an electric current. This process is completely silent and produces no emissions, making it an environmentally friendly source of energy.

Solar panels can increase the value of your home, making it more attractive to potential buyers.

The Benefits of Solar Panels

Lower Electricity Bills

By generating your own electricity, you can reduce your dependence on the grid and lower your monthly electricity bills.

Increased Home Value

Solar panels can increase the value of your home, making it more attractive to potential buyers.

Help the Environment

Solar panels produce clean, renewable energy that does not emit harmful pollutants into the atmosphere.

Tax Credits & Incentives

The government offers tax credits and other incentives to homeowners who switch to solar energy, making it a cost-effective solution.

Lower Maintenance

Solar panels require very little maintenance, making them a hassle-free source of energy for your home.

Future Proof

With the uncertainty of ever rising energy bills creating your own clean, green energy is the perfect plan for your future.

How Much Does It Cost To Install Solar Panels?

Each household comes with its own unique traits, making it a bit of a challenge to pinpoint the exact cost of transitioning to solar energy. Nevertheless, rest assured that our prices are consistently competitive. The final costs hinge on factors like the system size you need, the quantity of panels, and how easy it is to reach your rooftop. Once we’ve had a chance to assess your property, we’ll deliver a comprehensive quote that covers all aspects of the installation.

Start your quote now and see how much you could save with clean green energy. Don’t forget to ask about Battery Storage to save even more!

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Solar FAQs

Let’s answer some of those frequently asked questions we often get about Solar Panels.  If you have a question and it’s not covered here get in touch, we’re always happy to help!

Solar panels are a sustainable investment with impressive longevity. They typically last for 25 to 30 years, making them a wise choice for eco-conscious homeowners. Over this period, solar panels maintain their efficiency, generating clean energy and reducing electricity bills. With minimal maintenance, they continue to benefit both the environment and your pocket. Plus, many manufacturers offer warranties that cover performance for up to 25 years. So, if you’re considering a switch to solar, rest assured that it’s a durable and cost-effective solution for a greener future. Make the most of solar energy’s long-lasting benefits today!

Solar panels function effectively on roofs with a southern, southeast, or southwest orientation. While solar panels positioned facing due south yield optimal results, those placed facing east or west will still perform at around 86% of their efficiency when compared to south-facing panels.

Indeed, solar panels function under all levels of daylight in the UK and reach their best performance at a temperature of 10ºC. Interestingly, they are even operational during snowy conditions.

The electricity generated by your Solar Panels is transformed from DC (direct current) to AC (alternating current) by the inverter, which is the type of electricity your UK home uses. This AC electricity is then transferred from the inverter through an AC cable to your distribution board. From there, it powers the various circuits throughout your home.

In short no. In the event of a power outage, your inverter will automatically turn off. This prevents any electricity generated by your Solar Panels from entering your property. This safety measure is in place to ensure the well-being of workers who might be repairing the grid.

However, it’s possible for us to set up a backup system that allows you to utilize your solar energy even during a power cut.