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Jacksons Fencing Launches New Solar Fence Panel

Jacksons Fencing Launches New Solar Fence Panel

Jacksons Fencing is thrilled to introduce the Jaksun™ Solar Fence Panel, representing a significant advancement in both garden fencing and efficient energy production for homeowners. This innovative product seamlessly merges the appeal of a stylish garden fence with the functionality of renewable energy generation.

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Combining traditional charm with cutting-edge technology, the Jaksun Solar Fence Panel integrates conventional solar panels into its structure alongside our high-quality, Jakcure pressure treated timber. This ground breaking approach transforms outdoor spaces into green energy hubs while enhancing visual appeal.

Each panel boasts an impressive 425-watt capacity, effectively harnessing renewable energy. Homeowners can optimise energy production by strategically placing panels in sunny areas, such as south-facing spots with minimal shade. Not only does its sleek design elevate garden aesthetics, but it also offers a significant return on investment, appealing to those focused on property enhancement and sustainability.

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Installation mirrors the simplicity of traditional panel fencing methods. Equipped with solar variants of standard Jakposts, cabling seamlessly integrates within posts and capping rails, ensuring a tidy appearance without compromising performance.

For connection to the mains electricity network, the expertise of a qualified solar installer is essential to ensure seamless integration with existing or new electrical infrastructure, prioritising safety and efficiency.

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Crafted for durability, the sturdy construction of the Jaksun Solar Fence Panel is ideal for eco-conscious homes and Passivhaus developments. With a 25-year guarantee against rot and insect attack for the timber, and a 25-year product warranty with a linear power output warranty provided by the solar panel manufacturer, customers can confidently invest in a sustainable lifestyle. More information on our Jaksun™ Solar Fence Panel

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  • Was this introduced 1st April? It is truly f***ing awful.

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