The Solar PV installation pictured here is a 1.75kW system (10 x 175W panels) on a semi-detached Edwardian house with a westerly facing roof (not the optimum aspect), 30° pitch, no over-shading.

Predicted income and savings = £700 per year.

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This Solar PV installation is a 2.275kW system (13 x 175W panels) on a detached 1930’s house.  The installation is on an extension roof, south westerly facing.

Predicted income and savings = £1006 per year.

“We would just like to say how pleased we were with our Solar Panel installation. The guys were very professional, friendly and considerate, they cleaned up afterwards and you would not have know they had been in. It was completed on time and with no drama whatsoever.  It’s just so nice to deal with people that know what they are doing, take pride in their work and pay attention to the detail.” – Malc and Sue Best, Bedfordshire

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At 3.85kW (22 x 175W panels), this system is just within the size limit for the 41.3p Feed-in Tariff.  It’s on a modern detached house with a south westerly facing roof, 45° pitch, no over-shading.

Predicted income and savings = £1713 per year.

“The installation was completed in 2 days as predicted by extremely competent and friendly chaps. Nothing was too much trouble for them, they knew exactly what they were doing, and they left the place spick and span. The panels look great and on sunny days it’s fun to watch the numbers ticking round as we count up the cash! A thoroughly professional job by a company I would recommend to anyone.” – Mrs Cooper, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire


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A 3.76kW system on the roof of a rear extension of an Edwardian property.  The array is facing in a south easterly direction, inclined to 30°.  This job was a little more complex in that we had to reinforce the roof structure before installing the PV panels.

Predicted income and savings = £1278 per year

“MorgansElectrical made a fairly complex bringing together of surveyors, suppliers, carpenters, roofers and electricians seem a very ordinary activity with a very pleasing result.” – Mr & Mrs Harbottle, Wobrun Sands – click here to see the full testimonial

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