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‘Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery’ says Sunlife Solar Solutions

By Tuesday, 08 September 2015 12:36 0
Capturing the power of the sun really does work. Capturing the power of the sun really does work. shutterstock.com

AT LAST! Other solar companies are finally starting to advertise that they now install the correct systems, using the correct equipment and hopefully using Ministry of Industry registered engineers to complete the installation, as SUNLIFE Solar Solutions have been installing from the very start.

Solar energy DOES work, regardless what WILF says (Well Informed Local Friend), as long as the correct system is fitted, a system for your personal requirements, a system designed for you.

There’s always a negative story from WILF: “It takes forever to get your money back, you have to pay taxes, you're not allowed to install it, etc, etc, etc.”... Absolute rubbish! We only install legal systems. We will gladly give you a return time on your investment based on your usage, there are NO taxes to pay if the correct system is installed, and you WILL receive a Ministry of Industry certification for your installation. If you haven’t received a certification from your installer then they are NOT registered!

There is NO such thing as a Feed in Tariff for residential customers here in Spain! If you have been told there is, then quite simply you have been extremely misled. If you send unused energy back to the grid, you WILL be charged for it, that is why from the very start SUNLIFE have used anti feedback inverter systems which prevent this and comply with the up to date Royal Decrees.

Here at SUNLIFE, we want the public’s opinion of Solar to change for the better, so we are extremely flattered that our systems and methods are finally being copied. This can only improve the public’s perception of Solar Energy and its advantages, by less cowboys out there installing the wrong equipment very badly and creating the horror stories that WILF loves to chat about in your local bar!

We have in excess of 170 installations on the Costa Blanca, ranging from domestic hot water, pool heating, photovoltaic grid connected systems, hybrid and total stand alone off-grid systems.

So basically, we really know what we are doing; this is what we specialise in, not bathrooms, kitchens, car ports or whatever else. Our clients are happy. Our clients save up to 70 per cent on their bills. Our clients have hot water all year round without a large electricity bill. Our clients DON’T pay taxes for their systems. Our clients are glad they chose SUNLIFE.

The SUNLIFE difference is this... SL Registered Company, Ministry of Industry registered installers, legal offices for you to visit, and our no quibble ‘WE WILL BEAT ANY LIKE FOR LIKE GENUINE WRITTEN QUOTATION’.

So if you are thinking of Solar, think SUNLIFE. The correct system designed and installed correctly the first time. Start saving NOW!

Please see our main advert for our NEW amazing offers on Page 9.

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