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Solar PV Systems

Domestic Solar Panel

Why You Should Have PV Solar Energy for Your Home?

With energy costs constantly on the rise, Domestic Solar Panels are become an increasingly attractive option for home owners over the past few years. Using our solar panels, to generate your own energy, you can really reap the benefits of Solar Power.

Installing solar PV provides a hedge against inflation allowing you to fix tomorrow’s energy costs today, which in turn reduce your reliance on fossil fuels and at the same time reduce your carbon footprint. Put simply, reduce your carbon footprint and you’ll increase your savings, not only is it good for the planet, it’s good for your pocket too!

Householders who fit Residential Solar PV Power

Systems to their property can now benefit in a

number of ways:


System stability and in-dependency from the grid


Reduces the reliance on fossil fuels


Protects against energy price volatility allowing you to fix tomorrow’s energy costs today


Zero noise pollution


Reduce your carbon foot print

Take control of your energy usage Today!

IT’S AS EASY AS 1, 2, 3, 4

Step 01

Contact Us

Simply fill in our enquiry form and a member of our friendly team will contact you at a time convenient to you. When we contact you we will need to verify your address so we can preform an online roof survey

Step 02

Online Survey

After you have spoken to our team we will conduct a online survey to check the size, orientation and pitch of your roof, looking out for obvious issues that could affect the performance of a system. When we are satisfied that a solar PV installation would be suitable for your roof, we will schedule an appointment for one of our Energy Advisers to visit your home.

Step 03

Free Survey & Quote

We will conduct a free thorough survey of your home and will take time to explain how the technology works, where it will be installed. You may also be made aware of other products that could increase the performance of your system, or make your energy usage smarter once solar is installed. All of this information is put into your own personalised quote & report that you can look over in your own time.

Step 04


If you are happy with our quotation & report regarding your solar requirements and wish to proceed we will arrange a date of installation that fits around you.

Get Started


    We work with you to come up with the very best solutions to utilize your roof space!

    Need to know more?

    Understanding Solar

    What are

    solar panels?

    Solar panel electricity systems, also known as photovoltaics (PV), capture the sun’s energy using photovoltaic cells.

    These cells don’t need direct sunlight to work – they can still generate some electricity on a cloudy day.

    The cells convert the sunlight into electricity, which can be used to run household appliances and lighting.

    What are

    solar Inverters

    A solar inverter is one of the most important elements of the solar electric power system. It converts the variable direct current (DC) output of a photovoltaic (PV) solar panel into alternating 240V current (AC). This AC electricity then can be fed into your home to operate your appliances.

    The electricity that is not used in your home is then either fed into the grid (electrical power lines) or into home battery storage. New hybrid inverters include an integrated battery management system.

    Long lasting solar power systems require a high quality inverter with a robust convection cooling system

    The benefits

    of solar electricity

    Cut your electricity bills. Sunlight is free, so once you’ve paid for the initial installation, your electricity costs will be reduced.

    Cut your carbon footprint. Solar electricity is green renewable energy and doesn’t release any harmful carbon dioxide or other pollutants. A typical home solar PV system could save around 1.3 to 1.6 tonnes of carbon per year (depending where you are within the UK).

    • System stability and in-dependency from the grid
    • Reduces the reliance on fossil fuels
    • Protects against energy price volatility allowing you to fix tomorrow’s energy costs today
    • Zero noise pollution

    Solar PV


    Solar PV needs little maintenance – you’ll just need to keep the panels relatively clean and make sure trees don’t begin to overshadow them.

    In the UK panels that are tilted at 15° or more have the benefit of being cleaned by rainfall to ensure optimal performance. Debris is more likely to accumulate if you have ground mounted panels.

    Once fitted, your installer should leave written details of any maintenance checks that you should carry out from time to time to ensure everything is working properly. This should include details of the main inverter fault signals and key trouble-shooting guidance. Ideally your installer should demonstrate this to you at the point of handover.

    Keeping a close eye on your system and the amount of electricity it’s generating (alongside the weather conditions) will familiarize you with what to expect and alert you to when something might be wrong.

    The panels should last 25 years or more, but the inverter is likely to need replacing some time during this period.

    Consult with your energy surveyor for exact maintenance requirements for your solar PV system.