Solar Panels

Investing in solar panels is a fantastic way to slash your electrical bill and create energy for yourself.

As you know, your electric bill is rising every year. The sad fact is that you can pay off a loan, a mortgage, or a car, but your electric bill will always be there, and increasing year-on-year.

Solar panels come in all shapes and forms, there are cheap ones and expensive ones – but as with everything, if you pay peanuts, you get monkeys. At Solar Gateway we only invest in the highest quality solar panels that provide the best energy yields, have 20-year warranty and are designed to create energy even on a grey day.

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At Solar Gateway, we only offer the highest quality products to our customers. Our panels of choice are designed to be highly efficient in low light conditions, they come with a 20-year product warranty and feature a sleek modern look.

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Solar Panel Installation Methods

Solar Photovoltaic panels can be installed on your property using various methods. The most popular being an above roof fitting. Here’s a breakdown of your installation options.

Above Roof

The roof tiles are pushed up and the bracket secured to the frame of the roof beneath. The tile is then moved back into the original position. Rails are then attached to the brackets. The panels are then attached to the rails. Slate roofs are the same, but an additional specialist cover is fitted to each bracket ensuring the fixing is watertight.

Inlaid Roof

The Solar panels can also be inlaid into a roof, so they are flush with the roof tiles. This is a more expensive way of installing but delivers an overall more pleasing effect cosmetically.

For Flat Roofs

There are two methods one which uses a bin and the other a frame. Both solutions require the weight of ballast to keep the panels in place. The systems are tested so they will not move in the highest winds.

Bin Mounted System

There are two methods one which uses a bin and the other a frame. Both solutions require the weight of ballast to keep the panels in place. The systems are tested so they will not move in the highest winds.

Frame Mounted System

Where the weight factor is an issue for a flat roof, we can use a framework to mount the panels. The frame is lighter than the bin solution and less ballast is required.

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