Generate your own energy from the sun and save on your energy bills.
Solar panels are large glass panels made up of silicon cells. When light hits these cells electrical energy is created. This electricity is conveted from DC to AC current and is carried on into your household electricity system.
Prices start from £4,241 (inc. VAT). Book a survey, call us on
We use only the highest quality equipment to give you peace of mind for the future.
Your installation will be project managed from the start to finish. Installation includes scaffolding,
rubbish removal and our help with setting up the Feed-in Tariff.
We only use approved installers and are part of the Renewable Energy Assurance Limited scheme.
Pay in full or monthly through a finance agreement.
The upfront costs
Prices range from only £4,241 to £6,603 which includes VAT. What you’ll actually pay will depend on the number of solar panels you get, the type of solar panels and the type of surface they are attached to. Our expert engineers will recommend a system that’s right for you and what you need.
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Pay in full
You can pay for your Solar PV system in full with major debit and credit cards or by cheque. Once you agree to an installation, we’ll usually take a 35% deposit. The full amount is only paid once your new installation is up and running.
As a credit broker, we can arrange a finance agreement through Barclays Partner Finance, meaning you can choose to spread the cost of your Solar PV system over three to ten years.^
|Advance payment deposit||-|
|Term of loan||8 years|
|Total amount repayable (inc. deposit)||£8,582|
|Rate of interest||9.9% variable*|
*The rate cannot go up but may come down.
If you are interested in a quote for solar finance please let us know.
Rates vary depending on the size of your system and when your solar panels were installed.
This gets sent back to the National Grid via your existing cables. You'll get about 4.5p per unit depending on your eligibility.
You'll only need pay for electricity from Brtish Gas when you can't generate enough to cover your household needs (e.g. at night).
|The Feed-In tariff - illustrative table||
|The size of the solar panels||4 kWp|
|The cost of getting solar panels||£6,599|
|What you'll save with FIT, at 13.39p x 3,572 kWh||£478.29|
|The extra you get paid for, that goes back to the grid: 50% @ 4.85p x 3,572 kWh||£86.62|
|How much you'll save on your electricity bill: 50% @ 16.2p x 3,572 kWh||£289.33|
|Your total saving each year (FIT + NAtional Grid + savings on your bill)
|How long you'll be paying for the panels||7 years 9 months|
Example subject to change
Things you need to know
Our example is worked out based on a south facing 4kWp system, with 40' roof inclination not shaded by buildings or trees, in Leeds. What you will save depends on where you live.
How we did the maths
This is the same way the Solar Trade Association works out their figures too.
The exact figures are impossible to predict because the amount of daylight varies in different locations and chnages year on year. The amount you'd save and get paid cannot be guaranteed - sorry.
An energy efficient home gets the best FIT rates.
To get paid the top FIT rate you’ll need an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of D or above. An EPC tells you how energy efficient your home is on a rating of A to G, and lasts for ten years. You’ll also be given tips and advice on how you can improve your home’s rating, which will help you save money on your energy bills too.
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