Solar Panels Dublin
Photovoltaic solar panels are the ideal way to reduce your domestic electricity bill and enjoy clean, renewable power in Dublin.
Contrary to popular belief, brilliant and direct sunshine is not needed for PV solar panels to produce enough power to meet a significant portion of the domestic electricity demand. That is because PV solar panels work in any daylight conditions, even if gloomy or rainy. Many actually operate more efficiently at lower temperatures – which suits the Irish climate too!
Why choose us for Solar Panels Dublin
There are many good reasons to choose us for Solar Panels Dubin including :
- A highly qualified electrical engineer to conduct your site survey and design the best solution for your needs (most companies use sales reps who are not electrical engineers)
- Bespoke deign of solar system that will save you the most money
- Our quality guarantee, we only use the very best Tier 1 PV Solar Panels, bracketing systems, inverters and battery solutions at very competitive prices.
- All Solar Panel installations completed by our highly trained in house team (no subcontracting to third parties)
- Assistance with availing of the SEAI grant
- All our PV Solar Panels comply with Part L of the Building Regulations
Detailed survey and reports
We will first carry out a site survey of your home, taking into account such considerations as:
- Available roof, wall, or ground space.
- Aspect orientation of your roof.
- Your current annual electrical usage.
- Your geographic location.
- Your available budget.
We will then provide you with quotations for a number of options for PV solar panels for your Dublin home. As you would expect, the ones that will be capable of producing more power will also be more expensive. By also giving quotations for other cheaper systems, we really are giving you the opportunity to make the best choice for you.
We will also provide detailed forecasts of how much electricity you can expect from each system we quote for. This will further help you make your decision by means of a long-term cost/benefit analysis.