Sundial Solar Solutions
We are a Specialist Renewable Energy company. Our products are chosen for reliability, efficiency, durability and have been designed to be low maintenance.
We are committed to sourcing the latest and most accurate statistical and technical information available to help consumers make an informed choice when choosing renewable energy systems.
Photovoltaic Solar panels (PV panels) are made up of a series of semiconductor cells that convert sunlight to electricity - the brighter the sun the more energy they generate, but even on a cloudy day they will produce between a quarter and a fifth of their power.
PV panels come in a variety of shapes and sizes and can be mounted on the ground, on top of a roof, integrated into the roof or can even be used as the roof covering. Sundial Solar Solutions is a registered installer of Solarcenturies C21e tiles and slates. We have experience using many different mounting systems and have a solution for any structure.
Installations cost from £3500 to £5000 per KW depending on the type of panel and mounting system. We are not contracted to any manufacturer meaning we can offer the best solution for each project. If you require a like for like quotation, we can provide this.
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Heat pumps are the most energy efficient way of producing heat. They work by taking energy from the air, the ground or water, and condensing it until it reaches a useable level which is then used to heat your home or water. Heat pumps require electricity to power the compressor so the more heat required the more energy they use. For this reason they are best used in conjunction with underfl oor heating or low temperature radiators. However, for every 1kw of power used, a heat pump will produce 3-4kw of heat.
We can install:
- Air source heat pumps: Air source heat pumps extract and compress energy from the outside air.
- Ground source heat pumps: Ground source heat pumps extract energy from the ground which is then compressed and used for heating.
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Heat recovery systems work by recovering heat from exhausted air and using this to heat the fresh new air coming in.
A recovery system extracts air from wet rooms such as bathrooms, kitchens and utility rooms, removes the heat using a heat exchanger and uses this to heat the air coming in. Most systems are sited in a loft space and use ducts to extract and replace the air. The systems can recover 90% of the heat.
These systems are best suited to new-builds or major refurbishments as the installation process requires a lot of duct work, which can prove challenging.All systems have filters that clean the incoming air, improving the air quality. It is also possible to include efficient air-conditioning within the system.
In the past, systems suffered from poor design and installation techniques. Modern systems have advanced controls and the new flat panel systems have improved their look.
To see how it works and to download our PDF on solar thermal hot water please visit our website.