Van der Valk Solar Systems Blog

Roof construction and the PV-system; what should you watch out for?

Nowadays, PV-systems on roofs are being examined ever more critically by the interested parties. For example, structural engineers can add requirements, making projects more complex and challenging. In the past few years, we have seen these changes and the critical attitude develop and continue to expand. This very interesting development is something that we would like to draw your attention to in this blog.

The ever-increasing panels and panel load - is that still going OK?

Solar panels keep getting bigger, they have reached almost 2 m long and 1 m wide. This trend has...

The importance of cable management

The PV-panels have been purchased, the converters chosen and the layout plan determined, but how...

Our mounting systems can support the largest sizes of solar panels

Solar panels keep getting bigger. Luckily, our systems for pitched and flat roofs are ready for...

A project from A to Z at Van der Valk Solar Systems

Client’s approval? Check! Major project involving large panels? Check! Start asap? Check!...

Solar Mounting Systems on Standing Seam Roofs

Standing seam roofs (also known as Kalzip and Zinc) has increased in popularity among architects...

Our corporation with Irish installer PV Generation

PV Generation is a long-established Irish PV provider. They are a household name on both...

Solar Mounting Systems on Trapezoidal Roofs

Trapezoidal roof sheeting is an efficient and cost-effective roof covering material most...

Different ways to mount solar modules

The use of the correct mounting system, compliance with regulations and having the necessary...

Our solar ramps are suitable for larger solar panels!

Developments in the solar industry never stand still and the 72-cell solar panel is now an...