frozen_wastes wrote: »
I've now also seen a supplier called "Navitron". They are considerably cheaper than the likes of Vaillant.http://www.navitron.org.uk/product.php?proID=115
They seem to have a loyal and enthusiastic DIY fan base, but has anyone heard of their reputation? The assembly videos I've seen make the units look like rather cheap quality. So I'd have doubts if their performance is even a large fraction of what pricier panels can achieve. For one thing, they don't have reflective mirrors behind each tube, and the fixings to the roof top look somewhat amateurish.
If their panel performance is good however, maybe these can be genuine hot water money savers...
beedydad wrote: »
Hi Frozen - Navitron are not "cheap" they pride themselves in offering realistic prices without all the razmataz that other companies offer making you believe these products are more expensive than they actually are.
They do have a large following and many installs with an excellent forum to explore all about real installations, journeys people have been on and proper analysis of data for both solar thermal and PV
juliusceasor wrote: »
Cardrew: 4% return on cash? where exactly is that deal? Even at 4% take away inflation at 4.8% and cash is a negative return.
Cardew wrote: »
AA give 5% on a five year fix, Close Savings 5% on a 3 year fix. - see Martin's saving Guide!!
Ken68 wrote: »
Watch the prices shoot up now.
Here’s how to extend them
They’re normally £10
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