BUYING PROCESS    
       
 

Unlike many other Solar Companies at Greensaver Solar we do not quote your valuable investment over the internet. We take the trouble to visit your property and make a proper evaluation of not only your power consumption and usage patterns but also the structure and condition of the building the system is to be installed on.

Also we look at your electrical switchboard so you can rest assured there will be no nasty surprises on the day of installation. In most cases any modifications to old switchboards will be done at no cost to you, as after all we are fully qualified electricians.

How can you rely on any Company that will not take the trouble to do this most basic step in order to get the job done right. Don't forget this is one of the biggest investments that you will make in your home and it is important that it is done right the first time, every time.

After this important step a fully qualified solar designer will design a system to suit your power demands, house construction and budget. All details will be discussed informing you of complex issues such as feed-in tariffs, buyback time and suggested configuration and size. In some rare cases it may not be worthwhile to have a system installed where the savings may not be substantial enough to warrant a system being installed. If this is the case we have no qualms about telling you this as we want only customers who are happy with the final result and we would rather lose a sale than gain an unhappy customer.

If you decide to go ahead we will apply to the power distributor in your area to gain pre-approval before any work can begin. Of course if on any rare occasions approval is not granted any deposit will be refunded in full immediately.

A mutually convenient date will then be agreed upon and we will turn up on time on the day agreed and in most cases the system completely installed that day. We will then complete any relevant paperwork for your retailer and arrange the inspection from an Energysafe electrical inspector. Once the certificate of compliance is issued all paperwork will be forwarded to your retailer on your behalf and your feed-in tariff organised for you.

The only cost not included in our quote is the cost for reconfiguring you your meter to "buy and sell" electricity as this cost is between you and your retailer. It can vary slightly but is usually under $300 for a single phase meter and is a once off fee.