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Why own a Solar Power System?

1. Security and safety of your property and electrical appliances.

Having light around your property with alarm systems working to the safety of your household. When faced with load shedding there is always a greater element of risk. You do prefer to keep your appliances and fridges running.

2. Reduce your electricity bill.

If you are a homeowner and/or business owner electricity is quite an expensive monthly component and with a solar powered system even if it does not generate electricity for your full requirements you will still save and reduce on your utility bills and also protect yourself from the future increases that happens by the utility on an average by 7% - 10% per annum. Take control of your electricity consumption.

3. Get a good return on investment

Due to the electricity bills savings this will allow you to pay off your solar system between to 48 months to 60 months. In the long term money back to you.

4. Increases value to your property

Through our own experience we see that houses with solar energy systems and boreholes sell more quickly and aids a higher property value.

5. Environmentally friendly

Solar is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint. A normal household solar panel system will reduce an average of 3 tons of carbon emissions per year. This is equivalent to planting over 100 trees each year.

Why own a solar geyser?

Get your geyser warmed by the sun without using additional electricity. 

This is another great opportunity to save money. 

Solar geysers are a quick win for hot water with reduced electricity costs. 

Water heating adds to third to half of your utility bill. 

Your geyser will remain warm even when there is load shedding. 

Sun light is used to warm the geyser.

Does solar work in bad weather conditions

Solar panel efficiency works best in full, direct sunlight, but the energy it stores up during days of full sunlight will be enough to power up your home when there is bad weather. 

Can solar panels damage my roof?

No. The weight of a solar panel averages 10 kg per square metre with the correct installation framework.

Will my solar system work throughout the night?

Absolutely.  The energy drawn from the sun, will store enough power into the back-up battery, which will be enough to keep all your electrical appliances running.

How many solar panels will I need to run a three bedroomed house?

We would have to do an assessment to see what your consumption requirements are. It all depends on your maximum load consumption.

Can I be totally independent from Eskom?

Most definitely! We will do a site inspection to evaluate and the present you with a customised system that will work best for you.

How long does a solar system last?

Solar panels start to depreciate after 20 years.

LED batteries contain 2000 cycles. 

LITHIUM batteries contains 10 000 to 15 000 cycles.

Every time you drain the battery, it equates to 1 cycle.

Should I add my solar system to my household insurance?

Yes, we recommend that you do. Our installer is SAPVIA registered with a Green Card PV qualification and can issue you with a certificate of compliance.

How many years of experience do we have?

Our team has over 10 years' experience in the solar industry. We have completed many residential and commercial installations.