I have not seen much about the firm, but a local radio station announced that the firm were offerig free solar panels with fitting etc. Roughly outlined as Ecovision would 'own' the panels for 25 years and that the home owner could save about 30% pa.
Who are these people and does anyone have any good or horror stories. Will I be able to sell my house with the leased panels in situ, or will it people off. I have a man coming to assess my house pomorrow and would appreciate any info from you sassy savvy lot.Thankyou


  • Lisa46
    Lisa46 Forumite Posts: 61
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    We had our Ecovision panels fitted today. The scaffolders arrived yesterday, on time, to erect the scaffolding. The roofers and electricians arrived on time this morning. Two guys on the roof, one in the garage and one in the loft! All very pleasant, very professional, the whole thing done and tidied by 1.45 this afternoon.
    We have 12 panels on our roof. 3 tiles were broken and replaced by the roofers. All in all a good experience so far, will have to wait and see how much we save.
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