Do you Really Need to Upgrade?

We have been called by several customers recently worried by calls, and letters they have received from companies offering a supposed free maintenance check of their solar system, or offering to upgrade their current solar inverter with a more efficient product. These sales companies have even told customers that MCS have provided their contact details. 

Please be assured that MCS do not give out customer contact details - and the old adage seems to be true 'if something sounds too good to be true - it probably is'.

We recommend that an inverter be swapped only when it has been become faulty, the systems do not need any servicing or maintenance.

Please phone the office if you would like a second opinion on any advice given to you by a renewable energy company you haven't heard of before. 

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    Please be assured that MCS do not give out customer contact details - and the old adage seems to be true 'if something sounds too good to be true - it probably is'.

    We recommend that an inverter be swapped only when it has been become faulty, the systems do not need any servicing or maintenance.

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