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Residential Solar Panel Installation

Turn your home into a hub for greener, smarter living with Solar PV panels. At Dynamic Solar, we can install Solar PV Panels to your property, including the necessary electrical work to get your house fully set up for running off renewable energy. Our team handles every step of the process including surveying your property, deciding on the best option for your home, installing your panels and batteries and maintaining your system throughout its use.

We offer both roof-mounted PV panels and ground-mounted panels. What will work best for you depends on what space you have available and the alignment of your property. Our goal is to make sure we finish the job with convenience and efficiency in mind, from start to finish.

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  • Store energy for use later

  • Utilise energy generation

  • Reduce homes carbon footprint

  • Reduce electricity bills

  • Reduce grid dependence

Why Use Solar Panels for Your Home

  • Carbon-free living

    Solar power has zero carbon output, using solar energy to generate electricity. Solar PV is an environmentally friendly, renewable option for powering your home.

  • Make every kilowatt count

    Electricity that you don’t use can be sold back to your energy supplier, making back money based on their Solar Export Tariff.

  • Store what you don’t use

    Using solar batteries, energy that isn’t consumed during the day can be stored for use overnight, reducing the need for using back-up generators or using the national power supply.

  • Save your money

    Self-sufficient living means reduced utility bill costs. Solar PV can provide your electricity, heating, and hot water.

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How Much Do Solar Panels Cost?

On average, installations can cost between £6,000 - £13,000 depending on the size of the system. This would include all supply, installation and access equipment (scaffolding). However, every job is different which is why we arrange for free surveys so we can provide you a bespoke quote free of charge.

Is My Home Suitable for Solar Panels?

As long as you have available roof space or ground space, having solar panels installed should not be a problem. However, there are factors to consider that may affect the productivity of panels - such as their angle and how many hours of sunlight a day they receive.

A member of our team of experts can visit your property to survey your home and make recommendations on the best options for you.

Is it worth getting solar panels?

With electric prices only rising, more and more households are making the move to supply their own source of free electricity for security down the line. The initial investment will only pay off in the future, saving thousands of pounds that would have been spent on utility bills and making back money through the SEG (Solar Energy Guarantee).

We strongly recommend that if you wish to fit solar panels, you also consider having battery storage installed so you use stored electricity during the night and during hours where the weather is overcast. Wall-mounted batteries can come as hybrid converters, an essential for your solar power system, saving on space in your home.

Can you run a house just on solar panels?

Yes. However, this depends on your electricity consumption and how many solar panels can be fitted to your property. As long as your panels can keep up with the demand, and you have a battery storage system in place, your house can be powered mainly through renewable energy.

Do I need planning permission for solar panels?

While installing solar panels is considered as ‘permitted development’ by most local authorities, there are some conditions that may mean you need to contact the council for confirmation.

You can find out more about the conditions here.

When we carry out a survey of your property and provide a quote, we will advise if you need planning permission as we are familiar with the local requirements.

Does the Feed-in scheme still exist for solar power?

The Small Exports Guarantee (SEG) scheme has replaced the Feed-in scheme, which the UK Government closed in 2018. The SEG allows households to gain a licence that gives them the freedom to export renewable energy back to the national grid, receiving payment from their choice of electric supplier. Each energy supplier offers a tariff rate for exported solar energy and we recommend that you shop around to see which tariff is best for your circumstances as your existing supplier may have a low tariff.

We can help point you in the right direction towards a supplier that will provide the most lucrative options if selling power back to the grid is an opportunity you will to make the most out of.

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