Available to order in store for home delivery, Use solar energy for your home's hot water., PV solar powered pump and controller means no mains electricity is required, No antifreeze chemicals required meaning low maintenance, You can usually keep your existing cylinder, Lightweight and fewer parts means system can usually be fitted in less than a day, Easy DIY, feasibility surveys available over the phone
This mini solar powered water pump is ideal for creating small water features in your garden or balcony. The maximum fountain height is 25cm and the water flow rate 150l/h.Made from black ABS plastic. Solar Panel measurements: 53/4Pump length: 21/2Length of cable: 10ftPlease note: the stone feature is not included.
Practical and stylish too these Luxform Bahia Post Solar Lights are ideal for your driveway garden path or anywhere else you choose. Alternatively why not use these solar lights to enhance or illuminate water features sculptures or your favourite plants in your garden border.This set of post solar lights are manufactured from stainless steel and copper. Should your garden feature wooden ornaments or furniture the copper colouring provides the perfect compliment. We think these lights look particularly striking on decks and gardens with rustic accents. We recommend the solar panel is exposed to direct sunlight for as long as possible however at darker times of the year it is best to recharge the batteries in a rechargeable unit.Colour: Copper Number of lights: 4 Bulbs: LED Light colour: Soft White Battery: NiMH Charged battery: 6 hours Overall dimensions: 13 x13 x 37.7cm high Pack of 4
Available to order in store for home delivery, Dimensions: (H)2m x (W)1m, 35 year life expectancy, Works with any combi boiler, Full BS/EN Certification, Generates up to 50% of your hot water, Price includes full installation and new cylinder, Weight of each panel: 36.5kg, 14 days delivery time is post planning and survey, Delivers hot water directly into your existing hot water cylinder using the energy of the sun, reducing CO2 emissions