EcoMaster is Redland's free-of-charge design and specification service. It correctly specifies all the Redland Solar Range components needed for your Solar PV project. Solar PV systems specified, installed, commissioned and maintained in accordance with Redland instructions are covered by a Power Output Guarantee for the Solar Panel(s). EcoMaster projects are guaranteed weathertight and secure for 15 years when included as part of a SpecMaster project.
An initial feasibility study can be carried out for your proposed project by completing the Redland EcoMaster Form below.
Please complete as fully as possible and click "Submit". Assuming all information has been received, we will process your specification within ten working days (although we may need to contact you for additional information). The specification will include a provisional list of all the Redland components required along with an estimate of the performance of the system as designed. Specifications can only be produced for projects in the UK.
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