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The low cost way to meet carbon compliance standards in 2016 building regulations

Code for Sustainable Homes

It’s vital that new homes are designed and built to be as sustainable as possible. In 2006, the UK Government introduced the Code for Sustainable Homes, an environmental assessment method for rating the performance of a home against certain standards.

New build programmes are the ideal time to install solar panels, and house builders and developers are embracing solar energy as a way to reduce their carbon footprint and meet the requirements of the Code for Sustainable Homes.

Our experience in solar energy, coupled with our down-to-earth approach and excellent customer service makes us your perfect partners for new build projects.

If you are building one house or many please consider the following points:

Solar PV systems are one of the most cost effective ways to help you meet the requirements of the Code for Sustainable Homes

  • You will promote the green credentials of your own company
  • When homes are designed with solar panels, the panels will complement the overall appearance of the properties making them look appealing to buyers
  • Your buildings will stand out from those of your competitors, which will increase their demand.

In addition, the marketability of your properties will be boosted as you can offer new homeowners the following benefits:

  • Reduced electricity bills
  • Protection against future energy price rises
  • Income from the Feed-In Tariff scheme
  • An environmentally friendly home
  • A safe, reliable source of energy with low maintenance requirements
  • A quiet system with no harmful emissions.