With the end of 2017 being such a hectic period of time for solar we were lucky to get this job installed before the end of the year. Of course everyone wants to take advantage of the summer weather conditions being perfect for Solar power and we had to make sure our clients receive the maximum STC solar rebate before it was reduced on the first of january.
A national shortage of solar panels from most suppliers in australia did not help with stock availability luckily enough we were able to get this particular solar installation completed.
One thing we always do when we first speaking to a homeowner or business owner is we like to have a bit of a conversation about your needs. We have a series of questions that we like to ask just to make sure that what we do is even be a suitable fit for you. Because if solar is not going to be a good fit or not provide you with the types of returns your looking for. Well It’s just something we recommend you don’t even pursue. The property was fairly new to our client however one thing we noticed with this particular residential solar installation is that quite a lot of daytime usage. Meaning they would consume the majority of the Energy created by their solar once it was up and running.
So the five kilowatt solar power system with standard string inverter, no batteries, no hybrid inverter required seemed like the obvious solution. We use the Q Cells Q Pro solar panels for this job. And I believe this was a really good idea, because this particular job was very close to the ocean. One thing you’ll find with q cells is they do have the salt mist corrosion as part of their warranty conditions. So you get that piece of mind knowing that you won’t have any issue with Solar Panels becoming rusty because of the salt & ammonia in the air. This particular suburb called a Woongarrah and is very close to our new South Wales office. They’re looking at around about 4.5 hours of peak sunlight production for the solar system. So when you’re looking at a five kilowatt system, multiple by 4.5 hors, you’re getting around about 22 to 23 kilowatts per day as an average production from the solar. A great installation looks great on the roof. I’m certainly appreciate the referral from the homeowner already. And as always, if you’re looking for a quote for solar, residential solar power and in the central coast of New South Wales region. Go ahead and fill out the questionnaire below. It’s just a series of questions just to get us a bit of an understanding as to where you’re at with solar or feel free to give us a call on 0401736730.
Solar Power Woongarrah NSW 2259
Peak Sun Output 4.5 hours approximately.
5kwh Residential Solar Power Installation will produce an average of 23kwh per day.
Expected saving from the solar Power will be approximately between $1,600 – $2,000 per annum.