Solar Thermal Panels

Book a repair today or find out about our all inclusive service package.

 
 
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Solar Thermal Systems use the sun's energy to heat up a transfer fluid which circulates around the panels or tubes on the roof. The hot transfer fluid is then pumped through a coil in your hot water storage cylinder, transferring the heat to give you a plentiful supply of free hot water.


 

Book a repair

£109*


 

• One engineer site visit

• Fault diagnostics

• Up to 2 hours on site

• Remedial repairs

• Technical support

• System health check

Arrange a service

£109*


 

• One engineer site visit

• Annual service

(incl. G3 unvented cylinder)

• Technical support

• Standard roof access

• System health check

All inclusive package

ThermalX £179*


 

• Annual service (incl. G3 unvented cylinder)

• Breakdown repairs*

• Technical support

• System health & safety check

• Glycol top ups

• System Commissioning


 
 
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About Solar Thermal

Solar Thermal Systems use the suns energy to heat up a transfer fluid which circulates around the system. As the transfer fluid travels through the absorber/collector on the roof it heats up. This hot fluid then passes through a coil in your hot water cylinder and transfer the heat energy to give you a plentiful supply of free hot water.

Modern heating systems have brought about considerable change to the amount of energy used to produce heat and hot water.

New build properties now consume more energy to produce hot water than they do to provide room heating.

Ever increasing energy costs and a focus on reducing carbon emissions has driven the use of Solar Thermal Systems to a record level.