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We provide fast, high quality, and affordable solar panels in Melbourne and greater Victoria.
Why Invest in Solar Panels in Berwick
A Solar System designed specifically for you
We don’t offer one size fits all solutions. Instead, we design a system to suit your unique property and factor in things like roof direction and size, shade, panel placement etc. We also take into consideration your current energy usage, family size etc to design a system that will not only serve you well now, but for years to come.
Flexible finance offers for properties in Berwick
Not only do we offer a great range of solar packages and offers to homes and businesses in Berwick, we also offer a range of flexible payment plans so you can take advantage of a low-cost installation and energy savings right now. We also offer no deposit finance.
Our fully qualified and experienced solar technicians have done plenty of installations in Berwick, and will take care of the whole process from installation to arranging your bi-directional meter connecting back to the grid. That way you don’t have to worry about anything.
The end to end solution
Our expert team will work closely with you through every step of the process, while our after sales customer service team will be available to ensure that your new solar system keeps performing for many years into the future.
What determines the price of a solar power system?
As mentioned above, a bigger investment is more worthwhile when you consider the long-term benefits. The higher the kilowatt capacity of a solar installation and the better the quality of the solar panels, the higher the upfront solar panel costs. You will also have to invest in a top quality solar inverter, such as the Fronius inverter, to increase even more your solar power system’s efficiency.
When it comes to solar panels, crystalline panels cost more, are more durable, and more efficient than thin-film panels. You’ll need fewer crystalline panels to generate the ideal energy requirement for your home, whereas you’ll have to purchase more thin-film panels to produce the same amount of energy. And given that thin-film panels will need to be replaced sooner, you’ll end up spending more money when you go with this option.
Opting for a smaller solar power system size than what is recommended may be more affordable initially, but remember that such a system will generate less energy than what you need, so you’ll end up still using energy from the grid.
The ease of solar panel installation also factors into how much the total upfront solar panel costs will be. An ideal roof would be a flat one, as it would have the most direct access to sunlight and the installation of solar panels will also be easiest. An angled roof will be trickier, especially if it’s facing a direction that’s the least ideal for solar energy absorption; the installation will take more work and, therefore, cost more. An irregular roofline, a roof with skylights or chimneys, or rooftops that get partial shade from nearby trees or adjacent buildings will also make solar panel installation more complicated and your solar provider will have to charge a higher price.
If your solar provider would require you to replace an old roof prior to installation, you will also have to spend more. Lastly, a ground-mounted solar installation costs more than a roof-mounted one.
Some solar providers offer affordable financial plans; shop around and compare prices so you can choose the best provider and solar system for your needs and budget.
Choosing a solar system can be a tough gig with all the potential pitfalls. We created the Ultimate Solar Buying Guide to help you make an educated and sound decision when purchasing Solar.