Solar roof systems fall under permitted development rights so you do not need planning permission, although if you live in an area of 'outstanding natural beauty' or in a listed building you should contact your local council.
No, the systems we sell are connected to the national grid. In the night, when the system is not generating energy, electricity is bought from the utility company in the normal way. Any excess electricity generated during the day, for example when you are at work, is sold back to the utility company.
We have a range of standard designs and will pick the most appropriate layout for your roof. The fixings will not affect the structural integrity of your roof.
Once our advisor has made an initial assessment and if you appoint Solar Technology PV Energy as your installer we will send our surveyor to conduct a detail structural survey before any works are conducted.
Yes, but It is worth pointing out that if you installed a system yourself it would not be covered by our warranty and also, to claim the feed-in tariff the system needs to be installed by an MCS installer.
Far from it! 8 panels (a 1.560kW system) would save/make you quite a lot of money over 20 years.
Yes, our installer / sales team will be able to give advice on that
It will not matter too much, but it will have an effect. It is hard to state how much without seeing your site.
Yes. It is converted to 240V AC in the same phase as your normal grid power. There will be no discernible difference.
30 to 40 degrees from horizontal is the best for the UK.