Are you on the fence about solar? 8 Reasons To Go Solar Today!

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    8 Reasons to Go Solar Today!

    If you’re wondering if solar panels will save you money on your energy costs, we’re here to help you explore if this is a worthy investment for you and your family.

    We’re so lucky that our summers are scorching hot, but this does mean turning on the air conditioning to escape the unrelenting heat. The cost of energy in Australia keeps rising, and our energy usage will too.

    Sunlight is free, and hitting the earth each day is enough to power the whole world. As a homeowner, you only need to pay for the purchase and installation of your solar power system—the energy to your home, provided by the sunlight, which we have in abundance.

    Here we explore the top 10 reasons that help homeowners decide if solar power is for them:

    1. Say goodbye to crazy electricity bills

    You can significantly reduce or even eliminate your energy bills. On average, customers say they have 70% savings!

    2. Increase your property value

    Solar panels can more than pay for themselves by increasing the value of your home.

    3. Job Creation

    The solar energy sector is fast-growing and contributing to more jobs in NSW.

    4. Better for the Environment

    Lower your carbon footprint and gain peace of mind knowing you’re doing your bit.

    5. Be Energy Independent

    Fluctuating prices and politics don’t affect your bill or home. You’re independent.

    6. Protect Your Roof

    Solar panels can protect your roof from harsh weather. Most of the solar panels on the market are weatherproof. This can help your roof last longer.

    7. Escape rising energy Bills

    Solar panels mean you’re not a victim of bill shock!

    8. Reliable

    Everyone else in a blackout… you’re not. Solar is reliable. Especially if you add a battery to your system, you’re storing a sunny day’s energy for use later on.

    If you need help working out the return on investment for solar power with your energy consumption – ask us today 

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