Home Installation Solar Panel Cost Control

  •     The estimated cost of a solar panel is usually what you can expect based on the system you choose. However, the cost of installing solar panels for your particular home will depend on the following factors:

    1. System scale

        Solar panels come in a variety of sizes, and the right size depends on the size of the home and individual power usage requirements. Simply put, the larger the solar panel system, the higher the installation cost. The average system size is 4kW and the installation cost is around £6,000. It's also important to note that the larger the system, the sooner you can pay for it due to the higher efficiency of the system.

    1. Panel Type

        There are three most common types of solar panels used for home use which include monocrystalline, polycrystalline, and thin-film solar panels. Monocrystalline panels are considered the most efficient, although they are not the most affordable as they are also the most expensive. If you're looking to buy at an affordable price, polysilicon may be the type for you. They are both affordable and have a respectable efficiency between 13-16%.

    1. Installation process

        Another factor that affects the cost of solar panels is the ease of installation. While it's possible to do the installation yourself, it can be tricky to get it right, so it's best left to the professionals. You have to consider the number of panels, the angle of the panels, and the strength of the roof. The more effort it takes to install the panels, the higher the cost. This can be assessed by a professional installer and the solar panel manufacturer of your choice.

    1. Add-ons to the system

        If you wish to install additional components when installing your solar panels, this will increase your equipment cost but reduce installation costs.

    1. Location and labor costs

        The price of installing solar panels usually includes labor costs, however, this will vary based on the location in the area and hourly labor costs. Typically, a person costs between £300 and £500 a day, which can be higher or lower depending on your location in the UK.

         Jiaxing Fuying Composite Materials Co., Ltd. is a mono solar panels manufacturer and supplier in China. All of the company's mono solar panels factory produces double glass modulesPV solar panels, and other photovoltaic products and PVB composite functional films.