© 2019 by Titan Eco 

Registered name Titan ES Ltd

Company No. 10238084

United Kingdom

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Solar Skirt Installations

Some of the solar skirt installations on different rooves

Full Surround

Reason for installation

The customer had a major pigeon problem.  Pigeons were nesting under his panels and several had become stuck and died underneath, also potentially attracting rats.

Solution

A full skirt surround gave the customer a sleek black finish to his silver framed panels and kept the pigeons out.  Installed using a full scaffold.  It took 1 man 5hrs to fit a 36m surround kit with 10 corners on 2 separate arrays (8 panels in portrait and 8 panels in landscape).

Full Surround

Reason for installation

The customer was concerned about pigeons getting under this 6-panel installation and wanted to cover the unsightly rainwater run-off and hide the gap, cables and rail.

Solution

A full skirt surround gave the customers panels a sleeker look and prevented pigeons from getting underneath.  Installed using ladders and a roofing ladder.  Installation took 2.5hrs.

Reason for installation

The 15 panel installation was on a standing seam roof on a single storey extension which meant that from the customers raised garden they could see under the panels and see the cable, rail etc.

Solution

A front skirt proved a great solution to hide the gap and cable and rail and give the system a fantastic sleek finish.

Installed off of a ladder it took 35 mins to fit.

Front Skirt

Full Surround

Reason for installation

This developer built a new house in South London with standing seam rooves.  With little risk of pigeons due to the steepness of the roof he chose the Solar Skirt as a great way to cover the rail and clamps and gap and improve the look of his PV system. 

Solution

The developer was installed shortly after the panels were off of existing scaffolding.  Installed using 2 guys it took just 2hrs to complete both systems including cutting out notches for the Variosole clamps (many other clamps can be covered without any notch).  

Partial Surround

Reason for installation

This 18 panel installation was mounted on a  trapezoidal metal sheet roof on a barn.  The barn is dug into the hillside and so the rail and underside of the panels was very visible.

Solution

The rail layout was unusual and left long lengths of rail poking out that couldn't be cut off.  The rail was cut down as much as it could be and a partial surround fitted to improve the look of the system.

Installed in 45mins.