Residential Solar Power Systems
Solar Power for your home!
Residential Solar Power, Panels & Systems
You’re probably aware of how much electricity prices have increased over the past few years and with recent news hinting that electricity costs may soon rise again, now is a great time to get solar before the price rises hit again.
Solar Power Direct aspires to assist everyday South Australians to manage soaring electricity prices through the installation of high quality residential solar power systems, providing professional service and expertise to meet your needs. With more than a million homes and businesses across Australia using rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) systems to generate clean, safe & reliable electricity.
New Homes with Solar
We can work together with your builder to install a Solar System on your new home. Solar Power Direct, installs solar systems for all South Australian homes, including a newly built homes and renovations. A solar system installation is an important benefit for a new home to ensure all the creature comforts can be utilised when building your dream home.
Why get solar panels for your home?
Living in South Australia, with an abundance of sunlight and rising energy costs, it makes sense to harness the sun’s energy and to save your hard earned money for the more important things in life.
Installing Solar Power for your home is simple. We’ve provided top quality systems for thousands of happy homeowners around Adelaide and South Australia. Just one call and you can be on your way to creating your own electricity from the sun!
What is the process?
We’ll arrange an appointment for one of our Solar Consultants to visit your home to conduct a site inspection.
A site inspection usually takes 45 minutes to 1 hour and includes, a review of last 12 months electricity bills, home inspection of roof size and angle, inspection of switchboard including main switch, discussion of inverter installation location and review property for any shading issues that could affect the solar system performance.
Your consultant will then provide you with your detailed quote, and when accepted, the signed quotation is forwarded to Solar Power Direct and once your initial deposit is paid, the process gets under way.
Planning for your Solar System
First, Solar Power Direct arranges the request to connect a Small Embedded Generator (SEG). This is the approval required to install an inverter at your home/business.
Next, we arrange the installation of your import/export meter. This manages the usage and output of your Solar System. You may be contacted by your electricity retailer to confirm the installation of a solar system at your property.
We then register you for the Government rebate and transfer of STCs (Small Scale Technology Certificates) to Solar Power Direct.
We will contact you should we require any further information to process your application.
Installation of your Solar Panels
Solar Power Direct will contact you once all the paperwork has been completed to advise you of the date of your Solar Panel Installation and connection of your import/export meter.
Your Solar System Installation is completed by Clean Energy Australia accredited and Master Electrician Installers.
SA Power Networks then completes the installation of your import/export meter by connecting it to the grid (this can occur before or after Solar System installation).
Once final payment of your Solar system installation has been made at completion of installation, you are ready to start saving money and producing your own electricity with your brand new Solar Panels!
Solar Panel Pricing
The cost of your solar panel system varies greatly depending on the amount of panels you need, what your electricity consumption is and how much roof space you have.
For full details and pricing on different sized systems for your home, view our residential solar panel pricing page.
Important Guide to Installing Solar Panels for Households
The Clean Energy Council of Australia has provided a comprehensive PDF guide for householders looking to install solar panels on your home. It covers everything you need to know when choosing an installer and the correct system for your needs.