With most of us working from home during Queensland’s current lockdown, there’s no doubt we’re using more electricity than if we were heading to the office each day. So how do you get the most out of your solar power and avoid a nasty electricity bill?
If you’re looking to invest in solar, or even if you have solar, you might be wondering if solar panels work in the rain, or on cloudy days. It’s a great question. Chances are, if it’s perfect weather for Netflix and Tim Tams, it’s not so perfect for solar panels. But there is good news!
In an industry filled with misleading information and advertising, understanding solar and knowing which solar company you can trust can be a challenge. So how do you choose a quality solar company? Let’s face it, it can be a minefield.
Building a new home can be both exciting and stressful. There are countless things to organise including the finance, location, land, the builder, design, contracts and more. So why add solar to the list of things to do? It makes sense to plan your solar sooner for three great reasons.