This solar battery unit is much larger than conventional battery units holding an impressive 13.4kWh of energy. The greater battery capacity matches to the larger PV system required by our client – anything smaller would fill up too quickly. No masonry or special brickwork was required, as the inverter was installed onto a board in the loft of the house.
We restored this driveway with Resin, it was the perfect base for the product and the end result as you can see was fabulous. The client wanted easy maintenance which is exactly what we gave them. It took a total of 16 hours to 1) remove the existing driveway and clear the whole garden area, 2) prepare for the Mono Blocking by compacting hardcore to enable a firm foundation, and 3) lay a bed of fine sand followed by the blocks.
After making a appointment with us, we attended the property to first measure the nine cloudy windows. Most of the windows had started to create the stains and moisture between the panes of glass. Two days later we showed up ready to start. During the installation, the team also unblocked some drainage issues with the uPVC frames to avoid any premature failure in the future. The project took 3 hours to complete in total.
We’ve been planning, designing, installing and maintaining solar photovoltaic (PV) systems for over a decade across the UK in a wide variety of different settings. As part of our work we offer solar panel cleaning services to existing customers every 3-4 years depending on their needs.
A simple yet effective and smart looking resin pathway. A fantastic turnaround for one on our customers in the Hertfordshire SG5 postcode. This superb choice of color was chosen by the customer for the resin path. It really highlights the pathway, provides a good contrast against the grass, and overall brings the house together.
Turning to local Victorian architecture for inspiration, we subtly incorporated decorative and geometric themes utilising honest and high-quality materials to achieve the classic and timeless feel required. The most appropriate floor type was large Versailles panels -, a classic French design of intricate detail creating a stunning, grand appearance with the contemporary twist of an extra white oiled finish and a wide plank border to separate from other floor types.
Our client's desire to reduce their grid energy usage and limit future price rises lead to the decision to install a solar system on top of their roof. With this in mind, the system was installed with real time PV monitoring to give online access to power output, CO2 savings and FiT earnings on demand through mobile, tablet and desktop. This was done using sophisticated sensors to measure irradiance, ambient temperature and system performance.
Our client wanted a convenient solution to a scruffy driveway, something easy to maintain and weather proof. As the surface area covered was quite large, the client chose to go with block paving instead of resin - general benefits of this include easier maintenance and better weather resistance.
This project adds a master-bedroom to the property while preserving the original geometry of the roof. The space gain was obtained through an insertion of a dormer that maximizes the head height and allowed to turn the attic into a spatial room. The light was critical in the design as the priority was to increase the daylight in the proposed spaces. The client wanted to avoid dark and narrow corridors and staircase.