Solar Water Heaters

Solar water heaters are another popular solar-powered system for residential homes. They work by using sunlight to heat water, which is then stored in a tank and used for your home’s hot water needs. Solar water heaters are a cost-effective alternative to traditional water heaters. Heating water is one of the biggest expenses in relation to your energy bill.


Solar-Powered Pool Heaters

If you have a pool, a solar-powered pool heater is another great way to reduce your energy bills and extend your swimming season. Solar-powered pool heaters work by using solar panels to heat the water in your pool, eliminating the need for a traditional pool heater. They are easy to install and dramatically reduce your swimming pool running cost.


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Solar-Powered Air Conditioning

Solar-powered air conditioning is a newer technology that is becoming more popular in residential homes. It works by using solar panels to power an air conditioning unit, reducing your energy consumption and helping you save money on your energy bills. Solar-powered air conditioning is particularly useful in areas with hot climates, where air conditioning is a necessity.


Solar-Powered Lighting

Solar-powered lighting is a simple and cost-effective way to add solar-powered systems to your home. Solar-powered lights use solar panels to charge a battery during the day, which powers the lights at night. They can be used for outdoor lighting, landscape lighting, and even indoor lighting in some cases.


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Solar Power Solutions Need To Know's

How much will I save on my energy bills by installing solar panels? The amount you can save on your energy bills by installing solar power solutions depends on several factors, such as the size of your solar panel system, your energy usage, and the cost of electricity in your area. Generally, homeowners can expect to save anywhere from 10% to 30% on their energy bills by installing solar panels.
Do I need to have a south-facing roof to install solar panels? While north-facing roofs are ideal for solar panels because they receive the most direct sunlight, solar panels can be installed on roofs facing east or west as well. A qualified solar panel installer can assess your roof's suitability for solar panels and recommend the best placement for optimal energy production.
Will my solar powered solution work during a power outage? Most standard grid-tied solar power systems are designed to automatically shut off during a power outage to prevent back-feeding energy into the power grid, which can be dangerous for utility workers. However, you can install a battery backup system with your solar panel system to provide power to your home during an outage.
How long do solar panels typically last and what kind of maintenance do they require? Solar panels typically last for 25 to 30 years, but can last even longer with proper maintenance. Solar panels are generally low maintenance and do not require frequent cleaning, but they should be inspected periodically to ensure they are working efficiently. It's recommended to have a professional solar panel installer inspect your system at least once a year to check for any issues and ensure it is functioning properly.
How much does the average Australian home save on power by using solar lighting? As a general rule, households that switch to solar lighting can expect to save between $100 to $300 per year on their power bills. (That is lighting alone!) This estimate assumes that the household replaces a significant portion of their traditional lighting with solar-powered alternatives, such as outdoor lighting, garden lights, and some indoor lighting.
How much does the average Australian home save on power by using solar pool heating This can vary depending the size of the pool, the efficiency of the solar heating system, the climate in the area, and the amount of use the pool gets. As a rough estimate, households that switch to solar pool heating can expect to save between $300 to $700 per year on their power bills compared to using a traditional electric or gas pool heater.

FAQ's For Solar Systems

  • Can I install a solar panel system myself or should I hire a professional installer?

    While it is technically possible to install a solar panel system yourself, it is highly recommended to hire a professional installer. Solar panel systems involve complex electrical and structural work that should only be performed by experienced and qualified professionals. Professional installers can ensure that your system is installed safely, efficiently, and according to local building codes.

  • Will installing a solar panel system increase the value of my home?

    Yes, but this isn’t financial advice – Installing a solar panel system can increase the value of your home. A study by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory found that homes with solar panel systems sell for an average of $15,000 more than homes without solar panels. Additionally, solar panel systems can make your home more attractive to potential buyers and help it sell faster.

  • Can I still use energy from the grid if I have a solar panel system installed?

    Yes, you can still use energy from the grid if you have a solar panel system installed. Most residential solar panel systems are designed to be connected to the power grid, allowing you to use energy from the grid when your solar panels are not producing enough energy to power your home. Additionally, excess energy produced by your solar panels can be fed back into the grid and credited to your account.

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