Photovoltaic (PV) cells come in a range of shapes, sizes and colours. You can have the more commonly seen solar panels and tiles, or transparent cells that are most suitable for glass.
In any form, solar panels are pretty easy to install. They benefit both your fuel costs and your home’s eco-friendly rating, cutting out those carbon dioxide emissions.
Conservatory solar heating is no different. Installation is simple, and in the most part, not expensive. They also cost less to run than the standard solar panelling for house roofs.
The thin solar cells are produced with the intention of being all weather resistant. They’re also environmentally robust.
While the solar heating for a conservatory may be less efficient than the traditional solar panelling, it is more practical and aesthetically pleasing.
The installation costs for this form of solar panelling is also much cheaper, and still decreasing.