Renewables

Renewable energy is generated from natural resources such as the sun and wind, resources which will never run out unlike fossil fuels. Renewable energy can be used to generate electricity which can power your household appliances, or it can be used to generate heat to warm your water or heat your home. Some renewable heating systems qualify for government subsidies which can even cover the full cost of installation. If you are unsure if your property is suitable for renewable technology, book a free survey and our trained surveyors will confirm this for you.

QUALITY PRODUCTS

Our renewable technology products are all MCS accredited. We believe this is the best product to use on your home.

QUALIFIED STAFF

Source of energy which is non-polluting and renewable, wind turbines create power without using fossil fuels.

Typically renewables might cost around £7500 HOWEVER many homes in the UK are eligible for government grants which could make it 100% FREE (Subject to survey). Unlike other schemes you do not have to be on benefits to qualify for funding for renewables. Enquire today and one of our customer support team will advise you on what funding may be available to you.

YES! We offer all of our customers a 12 month workmanship guarantee for peace of mind. You will also get a product warranty from the manufacturer which can be up to 20 years depending on the product you have installed.

A standard installation will take 1-2 days. All work should be agreed at survey stage so that you are fully aware of every element of the work that is being undertaken. The install teams just need access to electricity and gas meters and to have clear access around the inside and outside of the property. Once completed the team will clean any dust and debris created during the install making sure that your property is left in the best possible condition.

It varies from product to product. Solar panels are usually roof mounted with connections and supporting items installed within the loft space below. Heating systems such as air source heat pumps look similar to an air conditioning unit and are sited outside of the property and linked into the heating system. The install team will use dust sheets on any area’s where they will be working. Once completed the team will clean any dust and debris created during the install making sure that your property is left in the best possible condition.