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At Solar Install we pride ourselves on a reputation for quality of service and reliability. Our workforce is dedicated to providing excellence in the installation of renewable energy systems Nationwide.

Dealing direct with a major installer gives you the cost saving and the guarantee that work is of the highest standard. Our operation runs from a 6,000 square foot combined office and warehouse in the North West.

This has enabled the company to carry and maintain in house stock levels of materials to enhance the service level of its busy programme of works in the renewable energy sector.

We have a fleet of over 50 vans going out on daily jobs working on renewable energy projects that involve solar, ground and air source heat pumps installation as well as advising people on switching to cheaper energy supplies from the common ‘big six’ energy companies that can seem to monopolise the market.

This full service package cannot be compared with any other, we are accredited with ISO 9001and ISO 18001 and we work alongside and supply local councils, housing associations and developers in delivering efficient renewable energy systems.

We have completed installations for: Liverpool City Council, Birmingham City Council, Derby Homes and South Ribble Borough Council, Wirral Borough Council on inner city projects piloting Renewable Energy solutions.

All of this has made us one of the largest renewable energy contractors in the North of England and one of only few accredited in offering the microregneration feed in tariff (FIT) to subsidise such renewable energy installation.

We have our own dedicated customer service team, who are not only customer-focused and capable of adapting to all customers requirements, but are genuinely motivated to providing the best possible service at all times. Our speciality lies in solar photovoltaic systems, solar lighting, solar power systems and solar heating systems.

How it Works

  • PV panels capture and convert the energy from the suns light into electrical energy (direct current).
  • An inverter will convert the direct current, to enable it to be used to power household appliances.
  • A generation meter will record how much electricity the PV panels have generated.
  • Excess electricity will be exported back to the national grid and a feed in tariff is paid.

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