Why Not Commit to Solar Power in 2012

Industry: Environment

With spring only a couple of months away, it’s a great time to start thinking about if a solar power system would be suitable for you.

Surry (PRUnderground) December 24th, 2011

With spring only a couple of months away, it’s a great time to start thinking about if a solar power system would be suitable for you.

Choosing to invest in Solar PV systems is becoming an increasingly popular way of both reducing your energy costs and helping the environment. The decision to get involved in a solar power scheme can be a bewildering one for someone new to the idea, but here at Solar Advanced Systems we can offer you the very best in advice, to make your solar power experience the best possible.

With the lead time on getting a solar installation now is a great time to start getting involved, so that you can get your panels installed before the summer. We’re able to offer great advice on the type of system that would be suitable for you, with onsite consultations to make sure you’re getting the right product, and our team of expert fitters can install the panels with a minimum of fuss; the average installations takes only a few days.

All our installation technicians are Renewable Energy Association (REA) accredited, meaning that you can be sure that you’re getting the very best in fitting expertise. REA stated that the team are “sympathetic, fast, and professional, clean up after themselves and provide documentation in a rapid and professional manner.”

To arrange a home evaluation or to discuss the options available to you, talk to Solar Advanced Systems on 01342 871616 or contact them by e-mail at: sales@solaradvancedsystems.co.uk

About Solar Advanced Systems:

At Solar Advanced Systems we provide cost effective solar PV systems that maximise this powerful free source of energy, reducing your costs and helping the planet at the same time.
Solar PV is a renewable energy system which uses solar PV panels to convert sunlight into electricity. The PV cells consist of thin layers of a semi-conducting material, usually silicon, which generates an electric charge when exposed to daylight (rather than heat). The greater the intensity of light, the greater the flow of electricity.

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