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Going Solar Made Easy: Our Step-by-Step Process for a Smooth Installation

Get in Touch

Get in touch and book your free online or on site survey. Send us over the required info, and we will get to work on your proposal.

Personalised Proposal

Get a professional personalised proposal with design, savings calculations, payback, and installation costs.

Site Survey

Accept proposal, pay deposit, schedule installation and discuss technical details with us. We can also answer any questions.

Installation time

Second payment due on first day of install. Materials delivered to site. Scaffolding team sets up access platform. Roofing team installs panels. Electrical team commissions system, sets up monitoring app (if required), and completes paperwork. Final payment due upon completion and signing of job completion form. Required paperwork issued at this stage.

Start Saving Money

Once your solar PV system is installed and running, you can start enjoying the benefits of clean, renewable energy and lower electricity bills. Your system will be generating electricity from the sun during daylight hours, reducing the amount of power you need to purchase from the grid. **Opt for our optional maintenance package for added peace of mind.

**optional Maintainance package includes monthly monitoring checks, firmware updates and annual PV panel clean to ensure production levels are as high as they can be.

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Which type of solar panel is the optimal choice to save you money?

Monocrysalline Panels

Monocrystalline solar panels are often considered the best option for saving money over the long term. While they may have a higher upfront cost than other types of solar panels, their efficiency and lifespan make them a cost-effective choice.

Monocrystalline panels are made from single-crystal silicon, which provides higher efficiency and greater electricity production than other types of panels. This means that they require fewer panels to generate the same amount of electricity, which ultimately results in lower installation costs.