Finding and choosing a solar panel installer can be a daunting task. You scour the Internet and in local directories and look for the perfect company to install your solar system. 

1- Ask your solar system installer is if they are accredited which is the most important thing. It simply means that you have completed all the required courses to install solar panels. 2- Once you have an MCS accredited solar system installer at, you should consult with them about the type of system that is best suited for you and your property. Your installer should then suggest the best system for your needs. 

The proposal should include module size, number of solar panels used, Kw of your system, and manufacturer of solar panels used in your new system. Quotations may include the time it takes to pay back your investment and additional information on savings.

3- However, if an accredited installer has the opportunity to install a solar system, it is good to know that he has performed the installation beforehand. Ask for recommendations or you can find a gallery of their latest work on their website.

4 – Please note that solar installation can only be performed by an MCS accredited installer. Contact your new employer to find out if only an accredited installer can work on your new installation.

5 – Your system price must be documented in the quotation you receive. System costs can vary and depend on many different factors, including the size of your system and the panels you use.