Solar & Thermal Panels


Solar panel technology performs better when it is clean – that is something that has been realised outside the UK for some time. That is something that we are learning more and more about in this country – but is still a relatively new concept.

Because of the positioning of panels on roofs, bird droppings and dirt are more likely to collect on them than windows. Using deionized water and traffic film remover, we can generally clean them from the ground. While we demand more and more energy to come from this sorts of technology, having uncleaned solar panels may be holding us back from reaching our full energy potential.

Why Do Solar Panels Need Cleaning?

Aside from visually improving the aesthetics of your home, there are two main reasons to why you should regularly have your solar panels cleaned:


Some warranty requirements include regular cleaning in order to keep them working properly and prevent degradation. Your solar panels may not be covered if they are not kept up to a certain condition.


Solar systems, be it an energy or thermal panels, work best in direct un-obstructed sunlight. Due to being exposed to the elements, solar panels can get coated in layers of dirt, debris, dust, bird droppings and even carbon from distant passing traffic.

A dirty solar panel can lose up to 50% efficiency! Regular cleaning will ensure your panels remain efficient to give you the best results, save you money and help achieve a greener the environment.

The Service Includes:

Domestic, Commercial & Industrial Sectors

We don’t just cover the domestic sector, we can also clean the majority of commercial and industrial buildings from the ground where specialist access is not required. Get in touch for more details.

Traffic Film Removal

We can use a solar panel safe traffic film remover to remove and reduce the build up of carbon from traffic.

Deionized Water

Our filtered and deionised water is free from minerals, chemicals and additives found in regular tap water. This ensures no streaks or watermarks (also known as limescale) are left behind.