HOW TO GO NAKED

There are so many solar panels out there, many people feel overloaded with information, and uncertain of the best way forward. At Naked, we guide you to an informed choice with our simple but thorough process.

Step 1. The Consultation

How Naked could you go?

What solar system suits you and your property and your desires? Our experienced surveyors will help you find out.

Phone consultations on average take about 45 minutes.  We’ll discuss your solar desires, talk through some of the choices you’ll have and discuss your property using Google Earth, Street View and photos that you provide (we’ll give details of what photos are required prior to the consultation).

We talk to you about your needs and budget, then evaluate all options out there. Using PV Sol Professional Solar PV design software we’ll produce appropriate suggestions which are emailed to you within 2 working days.  If you want to try different options, no problem. We’ll fine-tune things until you’re entirely happy with the set up.

Step 2. The installation

Independence Day!

Once you’ve made your choice, we’ll carry out a more detailed survey to ensure we’re prepared to make your installation go as smoothly as possible and so that you’re aware of what equipment will be installed and where.

Home installations can take between 1-3 days, depending on the size and complexity.

Business installations can take a little longer, depending on size of system and complexity of your site.

Where needed, scaffolding is usually erected one working day before install and removed no later than two days after.

Disruption is kept to a minimum and your power is normally only off for less than an hour. We’re polite and we clean up after ourselves.

Step 3. The paperwork

Not much, all recycled

We will email your MCS certificate and final receipt.  If you need any help with getting used to your system, we’re at the end of a phone for continued support.

Just sign up with an energy supplier who will pay you for your exported electric (the stuff you don’t use).

And we supply humans, not endless menus with dead ends.