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How Much Does A Domestic Solar Panel System Cost?

As with most things in life, the average cost of buying and having installed a solar panel system for your home will vary. In very simple terms, the cost will depend upon how big a solar panel system is required at your property and this tends to depend upon how big your property is. In addition, there are numerous companies here in the UK that supply and fit solar photovoltaic panels and their prices will no doubt vary between themselves.

As a general rule, you may have to pay between circa £6,000 to £9,000 to buy and have fitted solar panels. Obviously this is a sizeable sum of money and you will need to work out if it is a long-term viable financial proposition to have such panels installed. The cost of buying solar panels has reduced over the last few years which is perhaps not surprising as when some new things come out they often cost more to buy than they do say 5 to 10 years later. Just look at how much more affordable mobile phones have become over the years.

When assessing whether it is financially worth your while having solar panels fitted it is also worth noting that the feed-in tariff scheme is scheduled to cease from April 2019 for new installations and, for many homeowners, that tariff has been of benefit in making the decision to have solar panels fitted to their homes.

If you are considering having solar panels fitted then why not get in touch with a number of reputable providers who should be able to visit you at home and advice you as to the most suitable solar panel system for your property and calculate the purchase and fitting costs and discuss with you whether it is financially viable to have such a system installed. Here at Solar Panels UK, we can put you in touch with some providers who will be happy to provide you with a quotation. We very much look forward to being of assistance.

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