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It Is Time to Go Solar

By going solar, you'll be saving time, saving money, and most importantly - saving our planet.

Why Go Solar?

Better for the Environment

Solar power is an excellent renewable energy source that helps reduce our carbon footprint and contributes to a healthier environment. Solar energy is collected from the sun and converted into electricity, providing a clean and renewable energy source for homes and businesses. With solar panels, you can reduce your electricity bills significantly, and with the right system, you can even generate enough electricity to power your home completely. Solar panels are also low-maintenance and easy to install, so you can start benefiting from solar energy quickly and easily. With solar power, you can join the fight against climate change and make a positive impact on the environment.

Cost Cutting

Solar power is an increasingly popular way to save money on energy costs. It's a cost-effective solution for households looking to reduce their monthly energy bills. Solar panels can be installed on rooftops or in open spaces, and can provide an abundant source of renewable energy. Solar power is also a great way to reduce your carbon footprint, as it produces no emissions or pollutants. With solar power, you can save money on your energy bills while helping to protect the environment.

Increased Home Value

Investing in solar panels for your home can be a lucrative decision. Not only will you save money on energy costs, but solar panels also increase your home's value. Studies have shown that homes with solar panels installed have a higher resale value, meaning more of your investment is returned in the long run. Installing solar panels is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint, while also giving your home a boost in value.

Planning and Saving

At Solar Power, we understand that planning and saving for solar energy can be a daunting task. That's why we offer our customers a variety of options to help make the transition to solar energy easier. Our solar power experts can help you plan and save for your energy needs, whether you are looking to purchase a system or simply upgrade your existing one. We offer financing, tax credits, and incentives to help you get the most out of your investment. Our knowledgeable staff is here to help you make the right decisions and ensure you are getting the most out of your solar power system.

How Solar Works?

Pendulum is a company that is dedicated to helping the public learn about the benefits of solar power and how to make it work for them. We strive to answer all the questions you may have, from the basics of how solar power works, to technical advice on planning and installing your own solar system.

We provide a range of services, including consultations, assessments and installation, all with the goal of making solar power accessible and affordable for everyone. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to make the switch to solar energy.

Paperwork & Agreement

Once we have accomplished a site viewing, we will send over a quote on email. Once this is agreed we will send over a contract and arrange first payments along with any specifications that you require.

Site Eligibility

We offer a free solar site eligibility assessment to help you determine if your property is suitable for solar panel installation. Our team of experts can provide you with a detailed report on the potential of your property to generate solar energy and how much you could save. Contact us today to get started

Installation & Permissions

Installing a solar power system requires a professional installer with the necessary experience and qualifications. The installer will need to obtain the necessary permits, inspect the site for potential safety risks, and connect the solar system to the local electrical grid. To ensure a safe and successful installation, it is important to make sure the installer is properly licensed and insured. Additionally, you will need to check with local authorities to ensure that the system follows all relevant regulations and building codes. Once the installation is complete, you will need to apply for the necessary permissions from the relevant energy supplier.

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