There are several things to consider when choosing a solar installer. Australia's energy-efficient home rebate program has led to a rapid increase in the number of solar systems in Australian homes.
The first and most important thing that homeowners must consider is the reputation and longevity of the company that the company must-have for a long time. Some companies in the solar industry are only their for state solar allowance and do not intend to provide quality service after.
Make sure that the company also has the current Clean Energy Board accreditation. This is required by law to install solar energy in Australia.
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Make sure that the solar installer that you are considering is fully connected and insured and has employee compensation, professional liability insurance, and social liability insurance.
Then you must ensure that the company offers a quality product. You often look for TÜV certification for inverters and control panels. Make sure that the panel has a triple diode. This helps if there is more than one-panel row and there is a shadow.
You also want to make sure that you contract with an electricity company, not just a trading company that sells solar energy. Negotiating a power company is the best choice to ensure you get a high-quality installation. The electricity company understands all safety protocols related to solar power and ensures that your work is of high quality and, most importantly, safe.