In a solar PV system, panel performance is individual to each panel. Installing the SolarEdge optimised solution allows each panel to produce its maximum energy eliminating power losses from a number of factors including shading, dirt and debris, bird droppings and leaves.
Is your solar inverter faulty? Safe & Protect will replace the unit with a state-of-the-art inverter complete with free monitoring and a fresh 10 year warranty. Our basic pricing for single-phase (domestic) solar inverter replacement (up to 4kW) starts at £700 (inc. VAT) for 1kW inverters and is capped at £800 (inc. VAT) for 3.6kW dual MPPT models (excluding optional add-ons, upgrades to premium brands and surcharges for installs more than 100 miles from our head office). Beware of companies charging inflated prices for a solar inverter replacement. This is a straightforward process that will take one of our qualified engineers no more than one hour to complete.
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S&P have been at the forefront of the PV industry for over 9 years. We understand solar, and we understand the needs of our customers. We offer market leading products at unbeatable pricing and provide the very best levels of service and after-sales care. If your inverter has failed, complete the form below to receive an instant quotation. Alternatively, if you have any concerns or questions regarding your current inverter, get in touch and we’ll be happy to arrange a system assessment and health check.
At S&P we only source the market leading products from respected inverter manufacturers. Many of the inverters we install are supplied with a 10 year warranty and subscription free monitoring.
S&P recommend the X1 Air & Boost range from SolaX Power; one of the foremost inverter manufacturers in the world, renowned for producing high-end products at unbeatable prices.
We also offer inverters from other leading manufacturers such as SMA, Solis, ABB and Fronius.
Solar PV systems generate energy during the day, powering your appliances at the point of demand. However, when production exceeds the load demand, this energy is exported to the grid – meaning that on average, as little as 25% of the free energy generated is used within the home.
By adding batteries to a solar PV system, this surplus energy can be stored and used when it is needed – this can be during the day or overnight. This has no implications for the feed-in tariff which is paid based on generation, not export.
Thank you for all your help and expertise, we are delighted with the end result.
I’d like to thank you again for taking the time to explain how the panels etc. work and keeping us informed at all times what was happening. Chris and Donna were also very pleasant to speak to – you’re a good team.
Thank you for the assistance and friendly advice regarding the PV panels. The tradesmen were efficient and tidy workers and within six hours of them starting I was making my own electricity! They were very helpful, answered all my questions and gave me assistance in completing the feed-in tariff form.