Solar Panels For Your Home
Solar panels have become more efficient and reliable than ever before thanks to technological advancements, making them a practical and viable option for those looking to switch to renewable energy sources. Investing in home solar panels is a long-term and cost-effective choice that can benefit both the environment and your wallet.
Benefits Of Home Solar PanelsBenefits
Reduced Energy Bill
Solar power is a clean and renewable source of energy, which means it does not produce harmful emissions or contribute to climate change.
Increased Home Value
With solar panels, you can generate your own electricity and reduce your reliance on the grid, which means you'll be less affected by power outages and energy price hikes.
How Much Can Solar Save You?
Frequently Asked Questions about Home Solar PanelsFAQ
1.Is my home suitable for solar panels?
2.Do I need planning permission to install solar panels?
3.What are the effects of weather on solar panels?
4.How do I clean the solar panels?
5.Where does my electricity come from after dark?
6.Can I store my electricity to use after dark?
7.How do home solar panels make you money?
8.Are we approved installers?
What are Our Accreditations?Certification
We are MCS & Napit Certified.
MCS is a mark of quality. Using an MCS certified installer ensures that equipment meets good standards of performance and that installers are technically safe and competent.
Registered Members of NAPIT
NAPIT registered scheme members in the areas of electrical, heating, plumbing, ventilation & air-conditioning, microgeneration and building fabric trades are able to certificate their own work, saving consumers the time and money that would otherwise be involved in using Building Control.
We're proud Members of HIES
The Home Insulation & Energy Systems Contractors Scheme (HIES) is a consumer protection organisation covering the installation of renewable energy products. This ensures all our customers are protected by the Trading Standards Institute (TSI) ‘Approved Code of Practice’. This also includes deposit and stage payment protection, insurance-backed guarantees and dispute resolution.