Power your home with solar energy
Generate your own 100% renewable electricity with a solar panel system starting from £7,250
Say hello to stress free solar
We’ve over 10 years’ experience of designing and installing solar panels for our customers. And, we’ve got the awards to prove it (including Solar and Storage Live Awards 2021 – Winner of Residential Project of the Year).
Starting at £7,250
Fully installed by our expert team
Why it’s a winner
Generates 100% clean energy
Smart monitoring via an app
Award-winning installation teams
Minimum 20-year lifespan
Works seamlessly with battery storage
Increases the value of your home
How it works
Get an instant quote
You can speak to our friendly chatbot, Ezra, who will ask you a few quick questions to check your home is eligible for solar panels and then provide some headline prices
Save money, and the planet while you’re at it
Simple, clean energy: Cut your carbon footprint by powering your home with renewable solar energy
Cheaper electricity bills: Reduce your electricity costs by as much as 90%
Day and night: Add a battery storage to your system and use solar electricity even at night
“The service is excellent from the planning stage to installation.”
Questions about solar?
How do I know if solar is suitable for my home?
Solar panels are generally suitable for most homes and our team of experts are on hand to use satellite images to talk things through with you over the phone.
However, some of the most common reasons a home would not be suitable are:
• not enough roof space (an 8-panel system requires a space of 2 small car parking spaces)
• roof is in a state of disrepair or very unstable
• roof is thatched or natural stone
• very uneven roof or lots of obstacles (like lots of skylights or dormer windows)
Are solar panels a worthwhile investment?
Especially with electricity prices from your energy supplier ever increasing, solar panels are a handy way of taking the cost of powering your home into your own hands. Our solutions will still be generating clean energy for you in well over 20 years.
They’re a great way to boost your home’s green credentials too - as it doesn’t get any cleaner or greener than generating your own solar energy to use to power your home or an electric vehicle. There is also increasing evidence that solar panels can increase the value of your home, as more and more prospective buyers actively seek homes with renewable technologies already installed.
Do I need planning permission for solar panels?
In many instances, the installation of solar panels is covered by the General Permitted Development Order and therefore does not require planning permission.
However, you should check with your local planning authority if you live in a:
• conservation area
• area of outstanding natural beauty
• national park
• listed building
How do I decide the right size and location for my solar system?
After an initial chat with our sales team over the phone, one of our expert designers will visit your home to assess your roof for available space, check for any shading or obstacles that could obstruct the sun, and analyse the optimal location on your roof to install your new panels.
Shortly after their visit, they’ll send you a proposed design with some options around number of panels, exactly where they can be located on your roof, and an optional upgrade to add a battery to store up any excess solar you generate. After that, it’s up to you how green you want to go!
What’s involved in a solar panel installation?
Solar panel installations will almost always require scaffolding to allow our team to safely access the roof. An installation job will generally run over a day or two and involves securely fixing your new panels to your roof, wiring up all the associated cables, and then setting up your inverter (which is what takes the electricity generated by your panels and turns it into electricity that can be used in your home).
Once that’s all complete, our installers will talk you through a detailed handover and also set you up with a solar monitoring app so you can track how much clean energy you’re generating through the year.