Commercial Solar Installations

Like domestic installations, Lawson Solar also undertake Solar PV installations on Commmerical properties.

As specialists in all types of Solar PV systems we pride ourselves in the work we do, ensuring both a professional and high standard of work is carried out at all times. Below we have detailed the process of how an Commercial installation works, providing you with peace of mind before, during and after installion of your PV system.

Once you are happy with free quote you will have requested, and have agreed an installation date to suit you, work can start on installing your new Solar PV System, generating you money from the moment it is complete.

A typical installation for a Commerical property will take approximately 10-14 days from survey to completion including the erection and removal of scaffolding. Below is a typical process of how things work. To make your installation even easier,Lawson Solar will contact all the relevant organisations prior to your installation including Building Control and your local electricity company saving you the added paperwork.

Process of Installation – Day 1-7

1. Client submits Quotation Request.

2.. Survey of premises

3. Your agreement/quotation returned to Lawson Solar.

Process of Installation – Day 8

1. Scaffold erected

2. Preparation of roof

3. Mounting of solar modules

4. Electrical cabling

Process of Installation – Day 9

5. Inverter mounted

6. Testing of system

7. Scaffold removed

8. Handover to customer

9. Paperwork sent to your electricity supplier so you can start receiving your Feed-in-Tariff (Clean Energy Cashback Scheme) – Commercial installations will pay tax on all Fit In Tariffs at the applicable rate.

At this point we’ll run through any questions you may have or anything you’re not sure of. You can, of course contact us anytime prior to, during, or after installation with any questions, where one of the team (if not your designated installer), will be happy to help. Please note, there is no such thing as a silly question – it may even help you understand the process of PV Systems, or even help deliver a better service in the future.