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How quickly can you install my solar panels?

Our team can move fast! Depending on the details of your location and project, we can typically have your solar panels, inverter, and batteries installed and connected to the grid within just a few weeks of you contacting us.

How much will my system cost?

This depends on a number of factors, including your altitude, geographic location, the pitch of your roof, and the specifications of your system.

Rest assured that we offer affordable and competitive prices, and we can match other written quotes. We can also help you with accessing the rebates and incentives available in your area.

What type of solar system is best for me?

Our team can recommend the best solar solution to suit your needs and budget. We have system options for 4kw, 5kw, and 6.6kw to suit you and your property.

Is there financing available for commercial solar panels?

Yes, we work with leading solar finance companies to give business owners flexible options for installing solar systems. With solar financing, you can start saving on your operating costs immediately so your business is cash positive from day 1.

Our team can advise you on all your financing options, and we can guide you through the whole process — from application to installation.

Is it better to store excess power or sell it back to the grid?

While this depends on the specific details of your home and your system, it is usually more cost effective to store excess power with a solar battery storage system. This is because your household will very likely need to use electricity at night when your solar aren't generating any power. The power you will need to draw from the grid will also be more expensive than the rate you receive for selling your solar power back to the grid.