Whether you’re an existing customer or not, Navitas offer both reactive and preventative maintenance and repair solutions for your Solar PV system.
Being dedicated to just Solar PV since 2009, Navitas have earned our place as a trusted partner for many businesses, authorities and organisations throughout the UK who look to safeguard their investment and help protect against any unforeseen breakdowns or reductions in performance.
If designed and installed correctly, Solar PV should require very little maintenance; unfortunately, we do come across installations by other contractors that may not have adhered to the standards set out by the MCS or in accordance with MIS 3002 and which subsequently require remedial work.
However, Solar PV does involve complex electrical equipment with connections and wiring systems that are exposed to environmental elements and other concerns such as pests or third-party interference and so even the most sound of installations can be subject to issues that may eventually lead to failure or breakdown.
Periodically checking your own equipment and reviewing performance figures is a great way to identify any obvious signs of fault or productivity failure. But our recommendation would be to implement a professional maintenance visit once a year to fully inspect the integrity of your system, giving you peace of mind whilst acknowledging any warranty conditions and more commonly, upholding any insurance requirements.
Ensure you don’t lose out on your valuable income and savings.
What will a Navitas solar panel system inspection visit include?
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