Residential Solar & Batteries

Solar energy is a clean and renewable resource, harnessed directly from the sun’s abundant rays. Unlike fossil fuels, solar power generates electricity without harmful emissions or greenhouse gases, making it a vital player in the fight against climate change. By installing solar panels on your home, you not only reduce your carbon footprint but also contribute to a greener and more sustainable world for future generations.

One of the most compelling reasons for the adoption of solar energy at home is the significant reduction in energy costs. By generating your electricity from the sun, you can offset or even eliminate your reliance on traditional utility providers, leading to substantial long-term savings. With ever-improving technology and government incentives, the transition to solar energy has become more affordable and financially rewarding than ever before.

Furthermore, solar power empowers homeowners with energy independence. With the addition of battery backup systems, you can store excess energy and be well-prepared for power outages or fluctuations in energy supply. This not only enhances your peace of mind but also provides an additional layer of resilience for your household.

The importance of solar energy at home also extends to the increased property value it offers. Solar installations are known to boost the worth of your home, making it more attractive to potential buyers and appraisers.

As more homebuyers seek sustainable and cost-efficient solutions, having a solar-powered home can set you apart in the real estate market.

Benefits of Solar Energy

  • Reduce Energy Bills

    Solar panels generate electricity from sunlight, which means you can significantly reduce or even eliminate your reliance on traditional utility providers, resulting in lower monthly energy bills.

  • Savings and Financial Benefits

    Yes, they all add up. Even if you are going solar for environmental or social reasons, eventually your inner or actual accountant is going to have their say.  Given the nature of energy buyback and various tariffs, the financial benefits can vary greatly between organisations. You can end up looking at figures, spot values, consumption trends, tariffs , seasonal variations etc. until you’re blue in the face. Fortunately we can do this for you, and we don’t go blue in the face.

  • Energy Independence

    Solar energy provides you with greater control and energy independence. You are less affected by power outages and fluctuations in energy supply, as you can store excess energy with battery backup systems.

  • Increased Property Value

    Solar installations can increase the value of your home, making it more attractive to potential buyers and potentially fetching a higher resale value in the real estate market.

  • Longevity and Durability

    Solar panels are designed to last for decades with minimal maintenance. They are durable and have no moving parts, reducing the risk of breakdowns or wear and tear.

  • Energy Security

    Solar energy can provide energy security during natural disasters, grid failures, or emergencies, ensuring your household has a reliable power source when needed most.

  • Energy for Remote Locations

    Solar power is an excellent option for homes in remote or off-grid locations where traditional electricity supply is not readily available.

  • A Green Statement

    We’re not going to start another climate debate, however there’s no debating that you can save tonnes of CO2 emissions by creating your own clean energy. To give you an idea, a 30 kW solar PV system can produce around 50 MWh of energy in a year, which in Western Australia equates to a saving of just over 40 tonnes per year. Obviously this alone won’t fix our environment problems, but it’s a very good place to start.  Although this won’t put any dollars in your back pocket directly, it is nice to know you are making a positive contribution – one that many other people will appreciate.


Energy Audits & System Feasibility

System Design & Installation

Finance Options & Power Purchase Agreements

Project Management

System Maintenance

System Remote Monitoring

Energy Retailer Negotiation

System Training & Support


Residential solar power refers to the use of solar panels installed on or around a residential property to convert sunlight into electricity for the household’s use. It is a sustainable and renewable energy source.

Solar panels contain photovoltaic cells that capture sunlight and convert it into direct current (DC) electricity. An inverter then converts this DC electricity into alternating current (AC), which is used to power your home.

Solar panels can work on most homes, as long as you have a suitable location with good sun exposure. Factors such as roof orientation, shading, and local regulations can affect the feasibility.

Benefits include reduced energy bills, lower carbon emissions, increased property value, energy independence, and potential financial incentives such as tax credits and rebates.

The cost of a solar system varies depending on factors like system size, location, and the quality of components. However, there are financing options and incentives available to make solar more affordable.

The payback period varies but is typically between 5 to 10 years. After this period, your energy savings will outweigh the initial installation cost.

Solar panels have low maintenance requirements. Occasional cleaning and routine inspections to ensure they are functioning optimally are generally all that’s needed.

During cloudy days or nighttime, your solar panels won’t produce electricity. However, a battery backup system can store excess energy for use during these times.

In some areas, you can sell excess energy back to the grid through a process known as net metering, which allows you to earn credits on your utility bill.

Yes, solar energy is a clean and renewable energy source. It produces no harmful emissions and helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions, making it a sustainable and environmentally responsible choice.

Contact Us

  • Telephone

    0412 982 888

  • Email

  • Address

    21 Darlot Rd, Landsdale
    WA 6065, Australia

Advantages of us being fully responsible
for the end-to-end processes

Design System for Best Performance with Future Maintenance in Mind

Selection of all quality componentry not just Panel & Inverter offerings but also Mounting Rails, Isolators, Dektites, thus, ensuring longevity of your overall System

End to End Logistics of Solar Panels

This ensures careful transportation & handling of panels, an often-ignored crucial portion where non-visible damage occurs; lowering the possibility of Microcracks which shortens the life of the System.

Ultimately Peace of Mind

Knowing that we are directly responsibility for the outcome of your installation, we ensure the highest standards of installation.


  • Winner, No. 1 in Australia

    Winner, No. 1 in Australia as judged by Clean Energy Council in the commercial category Design and Install greater than 100kW

  • Finalist of Environmental Business of the Year

    From the Wanneroo Business Association

  • Finalist in Telstra Business Awards

    Western Australia

  • Winner of Environmental Business of the Year

    from the Wanneroo Business Association