Solar Panel Installers Essex
Secure your energy for the
We will supply and fit your solar panels in Essex - for your house or commercial
premises (see our Commercial pv installers page).
We are trained and qualified solar panel installers and will enable you to have energy security
from a sustainable source, as oil prices continually increase.
Your free survey and
As solar panel installers for the Essex region we provide an free survey
and quoting service and guide you through the straightforward process of installation. We can usually obtain
all the necessary information regarding best positioning for the solar panels and the electrical
parts in less than an hour.
Solar panel installers in Essex
Your renewable energy
Once the survey is complete and the quote has been approved by you, next comes the
installation which is usually a simple and straightforward proces. It consists of the interior electrical
wiring, the external installation of the panels and then connecting the two together. This normally takes no
more than 2 days from beginning to end.
Reduce your electricity bills
After your solar panels are installed, we commission the system to ensure
that it is working. You will then be ready to receive your clean energy straight away. When your solar
panels are generating clean energy you will start to see a reduction in your monthly electricity bills. You
will also be reducing your carbon footprint.
Our solar panels come with a 25 year product guarantee. We also give you our
own 2-year warranty service from the completion of the installation services. In the unlikely event that there is a
problem with your solar installation, simply call us and we will arrange to rectify it immediately.
Solar panels are becoming increasingly popular in Essex. In this green and beautiful county more and more people
are opting for solar panel installation.
We are living in a world where it is vital for future generations that we undergo sustainable progress.
Progress that satisfies the requirements of the present, without inhibiting the potential of generations to
What will be the main
advantages of solar power ?
Minimize domestic power bills
The average size of a domestic solar PV system in the UK is 2kWp. Typically this is sufficient for more than half
of a household's electricity requirements. You save money by using free electricity produced by your solar PV
system, and furthermore you are paid a subsidy by your utility purely for generating the electricity whether or not
you use it. All the main electricity-providing companies are required to take part, as a result of having to meet
government targets for renewable energy generation.
Protect yourself against future electricity price
Electricity produced by an installed solar
system is generated at a continuous price. Over the previous decade, the average electricity bill has increased
more rapidly than the rate of inflation, and we fully expect this trend to continue.
The average cost now paid for grid electricity is approximately 13p/kWh, as
measured in the units that utilities use to calculate your bills. Whilst solar electricity is on average more
expensive to generate, even if prices rise at the average rate of the previous decade, within a few years
solar electricity will have reached grid parity, meaning that it is no more expensive to produce than grid
electricity. Continue this trend for the lifetime of the panels (several decades) or the government-guaranteed 25
years of subsidized payments, and clearly it will be cheaper for the householder to produce solar electricity than
to use mains electricity. Compare this period of FiT payments to the householder to the fact that a new home is
legally guaranteed for 10 years.
Reduces carbon emissions
The average 2kWp solar PV system can reduce carbon dioxide emissions of a
household by over 1000kg every year.
Increases the value of your property
The industry is still relatively new in the UK, but already there is anecdotal
evidence from estate agents that a property with solar panels installed will be more valuable than an equivalent
property without. A 1999 study was commissioned in the USA and reported on in a 1999 issue of the
National Appraisal Institutes Appraisal Journal, came to the same conclusion. This makes sense due to the long-life
of the panels and the potential savings over so many years.
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