Solar systems work by absorbing solar energy. The
energy is transferred from the solar panel to heat the
water in your hot water cylinder. Highly efficient,
completely controllable and low maintenance, a solar
water heating system is easiest to install if you
already have a conventional ‘system’ or ‘regular’ boiler
and could provide up to 60% of your annual hot water
from a clean, renewable source of energy.
Solar water heating panels do not rely on high
temperatures or direct sunlight to work. Even on cloudy
days, they can deliver significant energy savings.
That's because they work on the principle of light
absorption, rather than needing heat or direct sunlight.
Unless your home is a listed building or in a
conservation area, planning permission for solar water
heating panels is unlikely to be required. However it is
always best to check with your local planning office.
We can complete all aspects of bathroom fitting and
plumbing including tiling works.
If you are looking for someone to install a
shower or fully fit and finish your new bathroom we can
We offer free estimates on bathroom
The Warm Front scheme provides heating and insulation
improvements to households on certain income-related
benefits living in properties that are poorly insulated
and/or do not have a working central heating system.
Qualifying households can get improvements worth up
to £3,500 (£6,000 where oil central heating and other
alternative technologies are recommended).