When it comes to installing Solar Panels in Newport we have you covered
Swansea Based Solar Installer
Although based in Cardiff, South Wales, we proudly installed Solar Panels in Newport, Swansea and Bristol.
Dedicated Solar Design Team
Our solar experts are prepared to offer advice on how to find the ideal Solar Panel package for your house and price range.
You're in safe hands
Rest assured we only work with reputable Solar Panel Installers. All our Solar Panel Installers are fully MCS accredited.
Solar Expert Home Visit
Free home visit to help you decide the best solar options for you and give you the confidence to proceed with the correct solar system.
We manage the entire Solar Panels Installation so you can sit back and relax.
Arranging your installation
Scaffolding and install mounts fitted
Solar Panels, Inverter & Battery installed
Connect the system to the grid
Accredited Solar Panel Installers
How long does a Solar Panels Installation take?
If your looking for a Solar Panels Installer in Newport look no further.
Follow the link below to find out more about Solar Panels Installation and how we can help you save money on your energy bills whilst helping us save the planet.
Solar panels generate electricity from UV lighting even in snowy conditions.
An Inverter changes the current from DC to AC, so that it can be domestically used.
Any surplus AC energy, that is not in demand is stored in your battery system for later use.
A Consumer Unit Board controls the distribution of solar energy.
This green energy is then used to power your home when needed.
Your Import Meter then accredits any unused Energy, to and from the Grid.
With an Export Tariff, you can earn further savings by selling to the grid. They can store and distribute your surplus energy.
Solar Panels Installation FAQ's
Whether your roof faces south, east, or west your home is perfect to have solar photovoltaic panels installed. North facing roofs will not receive as much sunlight and therefore won’t be as efficient. The pitch of your roof should be between 10 – 60 degrees,
Having solar panels installed in your home is classed as a “permitted development”. You only require planning permission if you live in a listed building or area of outstanding natural beauty.
In most circumstances we will insist on putting up our own scaffold, to ensure the safety of you and our solar panel installers, however there are exceptions when scaffold is already in place for renovation works or a new build home is being built, but that scaffold would have to meet with our safety standards.
Our lead time from consultation to solar panel installation is around 4-6 weeks, unless you need an application to your local network – then it can take a little bit longer.