If my energy requirements increase, can I upgrade the system ?
Yes. Additional solar panels can be added at any time, provided that there are no network limitations on system size. And of course assuming you have the roof area available. Different inverter technologies will allow for options in regards to system expansion.
What type of warranty is supplied with the system ?
- Solar Panels: minimum 10 year product warranty and 25 year performance guarantee
- Inverter: 5 – 10 year warranty.
- Mounting System: 10-year product warranty (manufacturer)
- Workmanship: 5 year warranty on workmanship (installer)
What size system will I need to run my home?
That entirely depends on your energy usage and your geographical location.
Any size grid connect solar power system will reduce your yearly power consumption and your power bill. Naturally, the bigger the system, the bigger the benefit.
To make the most of solar power, the key is to implement simple energy efficiency strategies. It is easy to conserve energy by using appropriate lighting and efficient appliances. Running high power...
Can I insure my grid connect system ?
Most insurers will allow you to include the system under your home and contents insurance, but please check with your insurance company first.
How long will my grid connect solar power system last ?
Solar modules have been tested in the field showing small reductions in power output after 20 years, mostly because the glass surface becomes a bit dull and reflects more light. All our solar panels carry an output warranty of 25 years. There are solar panels delivering power in Australia today that were installed more than 30 years ago. The electronic components such as inverters, being the most sensitive, will last...
What does a typical home solar system consist of ?
The heart of a photovoltaic solar system is the solar array. Made up of multiple panels (individually measuring roughly 1 by 1.65 meters), this array absorbs the energy of a specific range of available sunlight and converts this energy into electrical energy. The array is mounted on a frame that allows the panels to be securely mounted with minimal interference with the waterproofing and structure of the roof, as well as providing the...
Should I choose monocrystalline, thin film or polycrystalline solar panels ?
Between monocrystalline and polycrystalline there isn’t a lot of difference except that a polycrystalline panel is slightly larger than the equivalent wattage in monocrystalline. Thin film panels are larger again and the extra space can take up valuable rooftop real estate in terms of adding extra panels at a later date.
Is my building suitable for a solar power system ?
Several aspects will need to be evaluated to determine if your home is a good solar site, such as orientation, space available, shadows on the space available and your current electricity usage. The best site will be one with adequate north-facing roofs that have no shade. Variations on that will cut into the productivity of the system.
How much does a grid connect solar power setup cost
Prices vary according to size and location. Contact us to arrange an appointment so we can best address your requirements.