Advantages to Solar

If you are still thinking about making the switch here is some information that may help you. If you would like to speak to us directly then please don’t hesitate to contact us

Solar improves the value of your home

They’ll save you money on your energy bills, they’ll save the climate, and they’ll save you from being completely reliant on the National Grid – but will they add to your home’s value?

Yes. The research indicates that solar panels add around 4.1% to a home’s value – which means you could make tens of thousands of pounds.

That makes sense, too: who wouldn’t want to buy a home with better energy efficiency than the average property, that can save you money on your energy bills every month? information provided by

Reduces electricity bills

ince you will be meeting some of your energy needs with the electricity your solar system has generated, your energy bills will drop. How much you save on your bill will be dependent on the size of the solar system and your electricity or heat usage. Moreover, not only will you be saving on the electricity bill, there is also a possibility to receive payments for the surplus energy that you export back to the grid. if you generate more electricity than you use (considering that your solar panel system is connected to the grid).

interested in a free consultation

Has this sparked your interest towards solar energy? We can help you find your best deal! Simply fill in the contact form by clicking on the link and we will get back to you, and arrange a consultation with Mark.  Our service is totally free and non-binding! What are you waiting for? Contact Smart Solar Sw, today and learn how you can benefit from having solar panels installed at your property. 

Panels We Use

On Roof Panels

By far the most common kind of solar panel mounting is an on-roof system. As the name suggests, the solar panels fix directly to the roof. On-roof solar panels, are a cost-effective solution. Providing excellent ventilation to your panels and optimal performance. When installing an on-roof solar system, metal hooks are drilled directly into the rafters of the roof. This involves sometimes removing and replacing some roof tiles. Vertical rails run across the hooks, to which your Solar PV panels are clamped onto. Finally, a weather proof seal is applied around the hooks for maximum protection.

In Roof Panels

Integrated solar panels are the modern day solution. As the Solar panels sit in-roof, they appear more streamline and blend in more seamlessly, making integrated solar panels the more attractive option. Furthermore, In-roof Solar Panels can even be retrofitted to modernise your home. As in-roof solar panels replace your roof-tiles and don’t require a mounting frame, they are a lighter option to traditional Solar Panels. As integrated solar panels are flush with the tile, they are also more wind resistant. As there are no gaps under the PV panels for wind to get underneath, in-roof solar panels are safely secured even in the highest of winds.


where can they be installed

The Triple Power battery is IP65 rated meaning that it can be installed inside or outside providing that the battery is covered with adequate protection against the weather.

Remote Monitor

Remote Monitoring

Monitor your battery in real-time, see its current charge, historical charging data and even choose when and if you want to charge your battery from the grid during cheaper electricity tariffs, all from your smartphone or tablet.

About Solar & How Does It Work

Understanding fully the benefits of solar and how it actually works, can look all a bit daunting especially if you have no idea where to start. Instead of going through the minefield of the internet trying to get your head around things. Give us a call or fill out our contact form, and we will be in contact with you

We offer a free consultation and will ensure that you understand everything involved, before going ahead with anything.

Simple diagram

Here is a simple diagram to how it works, for more information please click the link.

Simple diagram

Here is a simple diagram to how it works, for more information please click the link.