If you are looking for the right solar power installer to power your home and create hot water efficiently, Warmaway are your go-to solar power providers in the Dewsbury and Yorkshire area. With the right solar system, you can power your home and create hot water in one of the most efficient, cost-effective and environment-friendly ways possible. We rival the big nationals in expertise, allowing you to have peace of mind in our specialist solar power solutions.
Photo voltaic panels from your solar power providers
Photovoltaic (PV) cells capture the sun’s energy and convert it into electricity to power your home and run household appliances. The cells are usually fixed to your roof in the form of panels, although it’s also possible to get PV roof tiles. Neither requires direct sunlight to work, and both can generate electricity on a cloudy day. Solar panels generate electricity, they are usually fixed to your roof and once you’ve paid for the initial installation, you can:
- Cut your electricity bills
- Get paid for whatever electricity you generate, via the Government’s feed-in tariff scheme
- Sell any surplus electricity you produce back to the grid, through the feed-in tariff scheme
- Reduce your carbon footprint with fewer carbon dioxide emissions.
Solar thermal systems
Solar thermal systems heat the water in your hot water cylinder. They usually involve collector panels fixed to your roof. You’ll need a conventional boiler or immersion heater as a back-up in winter. Once you’ve paid for the initial installation with Warmaway, you can:
- Get hot water all year round, using your conventional boiler to Boost temperatures in the winter months
- Cut your energy bills
- Reduce your carbon footprint with fewer carbon dioxide emissions
As a trusted solar power installer, we understand that not all homes are suitable for a solar thermal system. You need a sunny 5m2 roof space or an area on the ground to install a frame, that faces east/south/west and gets direct sunlight for most of the day. You’ll also need space for a larger, or second, hot water cylinder and an existing boiler that’s compatible with your new system.