Solar panels harness the power in both direct and diffused sunlight to convert the energy to heat hot water for the home so they also work on not so sunny days.
The panels have been designed to complement existing heating systems and fit neatly upon the roof or inside the tile line to give a clean finish.
Upgraded cylinders for solar or heat transfer cylinders are necessary to harness the free heat and the correct controls to maximise the benefits.
If you’re seriously thinking of installing solar panels please let us know and we can arrange for you to speak with one of our existing solar customers so you can hear
First-hand other people’s experiences.
Air source heat pumps are certainly are an option for heating your home and hot water but you really need professional advice and guidance because there are
a lot of factors to consider before installing them.
Heat pumps convert the free and sustainable latent energy in the air outside into heat, delivering green, low-cost, energy-saving heating and hot water all
year round making them ideal for apartments and smaller homes.