Superior quality Solar systems have never been so affordable with install prices and government rebates again stabilized in 2019.
The market is seeing a steady rise in the number of households installing Solar and those adding storage to their existing Solar systems.
Why? Simply because the price of electricity continues to skyrocket.
From July 1st the electricity prices are set to increase, yet again.
But you have a choice – continue to pay (on average) between $2,742 to $3,809 a year on your electricity bills plus other charges or install Solar.
With a payback period of 3 years for a mid-tier system and 5 years for a high-end system – it really makes economic sense.
But where do you begin? QC Solar have all the answers here:
1. Choosing a Solar system
Consider your usage, your budget and your short and long term expectations of a system.
With such a wide range of pricing for the same size system this can be quite confusing, some larger companies may have the buying power and offer low prices but consider that you won’t be dealing with the same person and often have longer wait times for installs and repairs. Whereas a local solar panel installer like QC Solar will remain competitive with pricing as well as be your one point of contact.
QC Solar don’t use fast talking sales people and high pressure tactics. We are amongst the most reputable Solar installers who have been in the industry for many years and instead prefer to build our reputation and future business on satisfied customers through referrals and word of mouth. This is because our team take the time to listen, respond, explain, know what they are selling and what is the best solution for your needs.
2. Warranty periods are standard with Solar installs. Solar panels come with a 25-year output warranty and a 10-year manufacturer’s warranty. For inverters, we recommend a 10-year warranty on certain brands however most offer a standard 5-year warranty providing you with peace of mind on your investment.
3. The key to getting the most out of your Solar is to utilise as much of the Solar production (daylight hours) as possible which avoids purchasing from the grid.
Make a conscious decision to run household appliances, pool pumps and hot water systems during the day is key. On average the most consumption will come from hot water, cooling and heating and appliances followed by cooking, lighting and standby.
The internet can provide so much useful information but can also become a little overwhelming. Once you have an idea of what you are looking for and what further questions you need answered, we recommend you call us on 1300 244 743 so we can arrange a time for a free on site quote to discuss your needs and assess the best solution.
Now more than ever, Solar is such an affordable investment to cut your household bills. So why not start saving now the simple way and go Solar with Queensland Commercial Solar – your local residential and commercial installers.