Solar Energy - PV Panels & Installation | Effective Home

Switch to solar from just £4,989

Join the cleaner, greener energy
revolution with a solar PV energy
system from Effective Home.

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4 reasons to stream the sun's energy

Reduce the future cost of energy in your home with solar PV panels
Easily store surplus energy to use when you need it
Protect the environment and reduce your carbon footprint
Earn income from the solar energy you create - it's so sustainable

Super simple energyHow our solar PV system works

Capture

The sun radiates free energy, PV panels on your roof harness it as a clean, renewable energy source

Store

By adding battery storage you can store the solar energy you produce

Use

Reduce your carbon footprint by powering your home from a sustainable source

How much does it cost?

Typical 3-bed house

12 solar panels

The average cost for a 3-bed house including installation is £4,989
or £46.61 a month with finance (subject to status) –
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Typical full system costs
for a 3-bed house

  • 12x 300-330W solar PV panels
  • 3.960 kWp system size
  • 10 Year inverter warranty
  • Fully monitored system

Installed from £4,989 or £46.61 a month

More information on finance
Subject to status and affordability

If you already have solar panels fitted to your roof – we can just install a smart battery so you can store the energy you capture and use it when you need it.

Why choose us

  • Peace of mind  – we’re a certified member of the Energy Performance Validation Scheme (EPVS). All our estimates are independently verified by EPVS and they will provide you with a validation certificate to say that we have given you accurate savings and running costs.
  • No faceless call centres – we give you your own personal Customer Journey Specialist who is with you every step of the way until your installation is complete.
  • Experienced team with thousands of installs under their belt.

FAQs

Do solar panels need maintaining?

A solar panel system needs hardly any maintenance at all – they even self-clean when it rains. A quick washdown with a hose a few times a year will shift any other dirt or dust. Zero expense and no need to call an expert out.

Will I need planning permission for the panels?

No. No red tape, no hassle – a solar panel system doesn’t need any special permission from your local authority to be fitted onto your home.

The only exception to this is if you live in a listed building or live in a designated Conservation Area or World Heritage site. Even then, you can still have solar panels installed – they need fitting onto a roof that isn’t visible from a road.

What happens if it’s not sunny?

There’s a big difference between sunlight and daylight. Solar panels need daylight to generate power – not the sun’s rays.

This means you can still generate power even on cloudy days. In fact, less direct sunlight can be beneficial – too much heat can reduce the power solar panels capture by up to 25%.

Source: https://www.cedgreentech.com/article/how-does-heat-affect-solar-panel-efficiencies

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Highly recommended

Almost 1million homeowners have energised their lives with solar PV panels - isn't it time you joined them?

  • "Save up to £350 on your energy bills, every year! **"

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  • "Cannot fault at all from start to finish - needed a new boiler urgently and the team sorted it out - within 48 hours after the initial call the job was completed and at a very competitive price. No complaints at all, highly recommended."

  • "From start to finish brilliant. From assessor to fitter. We are very happy with the work - excellent service. They said they were going to do it in a day, and they did. They did not get in the way once."

  • "Above and beyond! The work was done to a high standard. No extra cost, right on the quoted amount. I'm always sceptical about these sort of things, but I'm extremely happy."

  • "They replaced an external oil fired boiler for us - it was the first time we had used them but we would be willing to use them again as they definitely lived up to our expectations."