About Absolute Solar
Absolute Solar are a midlands based family run business established in October 2009.
We are an industry leader in all aspects of making your property as Energy Efficient as possible.
We strive to deliver the best possible service to you from the initial point of contact to installation and after care.
We believe that investing in our staff’s training will make your experience with Absolute Solar the highest quality possible, this is why all of our staff are NVQ trained in customer service and all of our installers are trained through NVQ and City and Guilds qualifications for their trade.
We also ensure that we are members of the leading governing bodies and inspectors so you know that all of our management systems and installation processes are second to none.
Absolute Solar Accreditations :
- BBA Approved Installers of Cavity Wall Insulation and Loft Insulation
- MCS Approved Installers of Solar PV and Thermal
- RECC Approved Member
- NICEIC Approved Domestic Installer
- Part P approved installer of domestic electrical equipment.
- CIGA Approved Cavity Wall Installers
- Green Deal Approved Installers for Solar Thermal, Solar PV and Loft and Cavity Wall Insulation
- Trading Standards Approved
- Gas Safe Registered
- A Member of The Solar Trade Association
Absolute Solar Accreditations explained ?
Absolute Solar are an industry leader in helping you be more Energy Efficient. We work with the latest technologies and services throughout the renewable technology sector. To achieve that we also ensure we are fully accredited for all the technology solutions we design, install and manage for our customers.
Renewable Energy Consumer Code (RECC)
Absolute Solar are members of the Renewable Energy Consumer Code (RECC) who monitor our policies and procedures and the way we deal with our customers ensuring that your experience with Absolute is of the highest quality. To find out more about RECC and what they do please visit www.recc.org.uk Our RECC Membership number is 00033609. Please feel free to see our RECC accreditations click: RECC membership 00033609 Absolute Solar.
Absolute Solar are also members of the Micro Certification Scheme (MCS). MCS is an internationally recognised quality assurance scheme for domestic. It highlights to consumers that companies are able to consistently install or manufacture to the highest quality every time. MCS check that our installation procedures are of the highest quality. To see Absolute Solar’s MCS accreditation click this link: Absolute Solar’s MCS accreditation number is NIC 1124
All of our installers have been through extensive Photovoltaic training with BPEC and with all relevant system manufacturers ensuring they are the best people to install your PV System.
All of our Electricians are City and Guilds qualified and Absolute Solar are an NICEIC Approved Domestic Installer.
Part P approval for electrical installation for domestic appliances. If you use a registered electrician, you can expect to have safe electrical installation work done, as the work will meet the UK national standard, BS 7671 (Requirements for Electrical Installations). When the work is finished you will receive:
- an Electrical Installation Certificate or Minor Work Certificate that confirms that the work meets BS 7671; and
- a Building Regulations Compliance Certificate that confirms that the work meets the Building Regulations.
All of our staff are NVQ trained in Customer service to make sure your customer experience is of the highest quality.
We are Trading Standards Approved and are Members of the Solar Trade Association.
All deposits are insured with the Consumer Protection Agency.
We offer a 10 year Insurance Backed Workmanship Warranty with the Consumer Protection Agency and are a CPA Approved Craftsman.
Typical Solar Panel: Example of Savings and Potential Earnings
Most domestic properties have between a 1kW and 4kW solar panel system, depending on how much power they need and the size of their roof.
A 1kW or 2kW solar panel system will be about the right size for a couple or single occupant. While a typical, a 3kW or 4kW solar panel system will produce enough energy for a family sized home of 3 to 5 people, while
A typical family home with 4 to 5 people living there, will need a 16 panel system, and will produce between 3,400kWh to 4,200kWh (depending upon the siting of the panels.
A typical house will consume around 4,500kWh, and while the numbers look closing comparable, challenges in equating generation v usage time in a day mean that only a percentage of that generated can be used by a householder. In essence electricity is generated during the day, while many households use differing percentages of electricity after daylight hours.
Absolute Solar has various innovative solutions to provide enhanced renewable technologies which extend energy reduction and saving systems. Click pages on Solar Panels, Thermodynamic Solar Systems and Prime Hybrid Energy Technology Systems to learn more.