Little Hammett is a country family residence and farmhouse. It is set in a quiet rural position amongst 16.5 acres of gardens, grounds, pasture paddocks and amenity woodland.
It has traditional barns providing stabling, storage, workshops and garaging. The land consists of three pasture paddocks extending to 7 acres, and 9.5 acres of woodland with river frontage.
In August 2018, we were asked to quote for the supply and installation of 5.22kW Solar Panels (PV) on the South facing “stepped” roof area of one the barns at Little Hammett. Additionally, we specified a solar battery storage option.
The timing of the installation had to coincide with the barns at Little Hammett being re-roofed by another contractor. This may have seemed like a problem, but in reality, it became a benefit to the client.
In order for the owner of Little Hammett to receive financial support for twenty years, the installation needed fitting prior to the end of March 2019. In this case, before the ending of the Government’s Feed-in-Tariff scheme (FiT).
The system was to be in accordance with Distribution Network Operator (DNO) supplier requirements, including connections and permits.
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