If a homeowner realises that they are paying too much for their electricity and they think solar power may be the answer. Where do they start?
Unlike buying a car, computer or TV, the solar industry does not have any retail outlets that allow customers to engage with knowledgeable salespeople. Instead, potential customers are subjected to advertising calling for a huge leap of faith and blindly embrace solar power system offers.
True Value Solar has seen the push by many companies to just try and sell their products without carefully working out what is really best for the customers. This is now about to change with the announcement of a no obligation Energy Audit that is completely free by True Value Solar.
True Value Solar wants to bring trust back into the industry. To do this they believe that there needs to be complete honesty within the industry to ensure customers are fully aware of what they are buying, and what they should expect in the return on investment.
The Energy Audit aims to fully understand the homeowner’s power overheads, what system can work for their home and what they expect from their solar power system. The Energy Audit is reasonably quick and provides solid answers to allow the homeowner to make informed decisions.
Using NASA technology, the Energy Audit provides high quality images of the homeowner’s roof throughout the year. The images have solar panels superimposed on top of the roof to show the best possible configuration, taking into account the roof’s pitch, shade and angle of the sun. This information provides the homeowner with a clear understanding of where panels should be attached to gain the maximum benefit from the sun.
True Value Solar is committed to bringing trust back into the solar industry, and providing clear and accurate information to ensure homeowners have the ability to make informed decisions. It is the introduction of the Free Energy Audit that provides another step towards a better solar power future for Australia.
Click here to organise your free energy audit.