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Solar Made Simple 3: Installing Solar Panels

So you've learnt all you need to know about solar panels and you know what solar can do for you, now it's time to understand the basics of putting solar panels in place. For large commercial solar farms it's common to install them on metal frames out in the open, but for nearly all other

Solar Made Simple 2: What Can Solar Do For Me?

For an introduction to solar panels see our Solar Made Simple 1: All You Need to Know About Solar Panels. The first step in learning what solar panels can do for you is about understanding how many panels can fit on your roof, and hence how much electricity those panels can generate for you. We

Solar Installs: Hounslow, West London

We did an install in Hounslow earlier this month and here are a few pictures. This system has just 6 panels on a house roof with concrete tiles, but they are each high power (357W) so overall the system will generate a good supply for the property. One of our solar installs in

Tanjent now include Aerial Surveys for Solar Panels

We have been having a lot of fun recently since we have added a new tool to our repertoire - a pro drone with high definition video and still camera. We use this both before and after a solar installation and it gives enormous benefits: A close up view of innaccessible roof areas. A

Solar Panel Bird Control Systems

An important thing to consider when getting solar panels installed on your roof is the possibility of having trouble from birds and other pests. Birds in particular can be keen to roost under and between solar panels because of the shelter they provide - the result can be significant amounts of bird mess around the

How to Safely and Securely Attach Solar Panels to Non-Tiled Roofs

Attaching solar panels to a traditional pitched and tiled roof is pretty straightforward using roof hooks. We mentioned the roof hooks in this blog. However, we often need to attach solar panels to flat roofs or pitched roofs with a non-tiled covering. Typical roof types include: PVC TPO EPDM GRP Build up bitumen membrane

A Remote Solar Survey to Keep Us Safe During Covid19

We are all adapting to new ways of living and working as Covid19 unfolds. It is very important that our economy keeps going as much as possible, so like many, we are adapting our processes to make it possible to keep working as safely as possible. This video explains how to set up your

Do I need Planning Permission for my Solar Panels?

The good news is that for the vast majority of domestic installations, no planning permission is required. Planning permission is not usually required This is taken care of when we design your system. The key rules we have to abide by are as follows: No panel part is higher than the highest

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