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What access will the SolarReturn installer need to my property?

They will need a clear path to your roof  that is wide enough to accommodate a cherry picker.

What happens on the day?

The installation is normally completed within 1 day. Here's the key steps that the installer will do on the day to get you up and running:

  1. They'll start with setting up the mounting frames on your roof
  2. Next up is attaching the solar panels to these frames
  3. The inverter is then installed on an external wall close to the fuse box
  4. It's then time to connect the electricity cables from the solar panels to the inverter
  5. New safety switches will be added to your fuse box for the solar power system before connecting the inverter to the fuse box
  6. Last but not least, they'll add stickers to you fuse box to notify electricians and emergency services of the presence of your solar power system

Find out if SolarReturn is right for your business

We'll take in to account your consumption history, location, usage patterns and how much you currently pay for electricity to figure out  if your business will or won't better off with solar.

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