McTaggart Construction at Wallacewell, Glasgow for Loretto Housing Association. Image Credit: Parker Technical Services
McTaggart Group and Viridian Solar have signed an exclusive supply agreement which will see the specialist housebuilder use roof-integrated Clearline Fusion solar panels on all new homes with a requirement for solar.
Headquartered in Dalry, Ayrshire, McTaggart Group is a diversified construction company with interests in housebuilding, civil engineering, access systems and timber-framed building construction. The McTaggart Construction division builds around 500 new homes each year, with a focus on affordable housing sector. Clients include West Lothian Council, Loretto Housing Association, Link Group and Atrium Homes.
The group also includes Laurel Homes, a builder of new homes for private sale and Tod Timber, a manufacturer of timber framed buildings which supplies group companies and other main contractors across central Scotland.
Jamie Berryman, Sales Director of Viridian Solar said :
"We are very pleased to be working with McTaggart to deliver great quality solar homes across Scotland. Clearline fusion's high quality and value clearly ticks all the boxes for both social rented properties and private sale."
Paul Roan, Commercial Director at McTaggart Group said:
"We have already used Clearline fusion roof integrated solar on a number of our housing developments and have been impressed with the excellent aesthetics and simple installation. Roof integrated solar gives our clients better looking homes with simple future roofing maintenance and avoids problems from nesting birds."