Solar Panel Installation
PV Solar Installation specialists in Kent
Welcome to PV Solar Installers – your local experts in solar panel installation, battery storage and EV charging. We’re proud to serve Sevenoaks and West Kent, but our services extend beyond these areas to meet the needs of customers across the region.
At PV Solar Installers, we believe in the power of green energy. That’s why we provide a range of services to help you harness the sun’s energy and reduce your carbon footprint. From buying and installing solar panels to providing battery storage solutions and EV charging points, we’re here to help you transition to a cleaner, more sustainable future.
Our team of experienced professionals are passionate about delivering high-quality workmanship and exceptional customer service. We understand that investing in solar panels or other green energy solutions can be a big decision, which is why we take the time to understand your unique requirements and tailor our services to meet your needs.
Whether you’re looking to reduce your energy bills, become more self-sufficient, or simply do your bit for the environment, we’re here to help. So why not get in touch today? You can give us a call, send us an email, or use our ‘ get a quote‘ page to discuss your green energy supply needs with one of our friendly team members. We look forward to hearing from you!
Fully qualified electricians doing the electrical work.
Our honest, trustworthy team are local trades people, all of whom have a pride in their quality of workmanship.
We are Government approved installers (MCS) and belong to the trading standard RECC.
We have experienced roofers doing the roofing work and therefore, one of a few PV solar panel installers in Kent to offer beautiful in roof systems that blend seamlessly into the roof tiles.
We offer guarantees and insurance backed warranties on all aspects of the solar installation.
THE SMART EXPORT GUARANTEE
The Smart Export Guarantee (SEG) scheme launched in January 2020, means households get paid for the electricity they make from their solar panels but don’t use themselves, they ‘export’ the excess back to the national grid. The export rates are improving, here’s a league table: