About Solar Sumo
Solar Sumo mission is to make it easier for individuals and businesses to find high quality solar installations at low prices, and therefore increase the utilization of Solar in Australia. If you’d like to get on board with this mission and make some money in the process, you’re in the right place! CPL based payouts for residential and commercial solar leads in Australia. $25 AUD for Residential Leads, $75 AUD for Commercial Leads.
Finding quality solar installers can be really difficult, let Solar Sumo do the leg work for you. Fill out the quote form to hear from a platinum partner in your area.
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Top Quality Solar Installation
Solar Sumo All you want is a quality install that will save you money right, so why is it so hard to get it? At Solar Sumo we’re all about making solar installations easy for you, the customer. We’ve reviewed and selected the best installers across Australia, so that when you get a quote through the portal, you know it’s coming from one of the top installers in your area based on both quality and value for money.
Too many companies don’t even visit the property before providing a quote. Their install partners don’t do anything before completing a comprehensive assessment.
Solar Sumo While it’s true quality doesn’t come cheap, it doesn’t need to cost the earth. Their install partners provide fair pricing without exorbitant commissions.
Solar systems are a long term investment. That’s why the install partners provide best in industry after sales service and maintenance packages.
No obligation consultation and quote from a solar professional
Fully qualified, highly experienced installers
Solar Sumo platinum partners are highly vetted and specially selected
Award winning service and quality
Manufacturers give a 25 or 30-year warranty for solar panels. Therefore you can be sure that your solar panel will last at least that long operating at peak efficiency. Panels still operate after the warranty period but at reduced efficiency. However, they can only function longer if they aren’t damaged by debris, wind, or other external factors.
Solar panel warranties should give you a sense of how long the solar panel can last. Manufactures give both performance warranty for energy production guarantee and equipment warranty to cater for manufacturing defects. A solar performance warranty can give you a better idea of what to expect over time in terms of electricity production.
Take a look at Some ways to Protect Your Solar panels:
1. Using an Alarm System
Solar Sumo Most property owners install solar energy systems and forget about them. However, thieves can dismantle your panels in minutes setting you back financially. You can avert solar panel theft by attaching the units to an alarm system. Any movement of the panels will lead to an alert on your smartphone or to your security provider.
2. Use a Motion Detection System
A motion detection light system also works well on the rooftop and can alert you to any suspicious activity. These lights come on in case of any movements on the roof.
3. Include Solar Panels In Your Insurance Policy
It is important for property owners to learn how to protect solar panels from hail and other extreme weather conditions. The first step is to inform your insurance provider. The company will review your premiums to cover the extra risk. In case of theft or damage, you will not suffer financial loss.
Most Solar panel brands perform hail tests on their products. These panels can withstand winds of up to 50 miles an hour with quarter-sized hail. However, larger hail and winds can cause damage hence the need for insurance cover.
Solar Sumo Some areas in Australia are prone to lightning. Grounding is a smart technique to protect against lightning damage. You should also consider lightning arrestors and surge protectors to protect these electrical installations.
5. Check the Serial Number
Each solar panel comes with a unique serial number. You should note the number and use it to report theft. The authorities will use the serial number to track it down.
6. Link Solar Panels Together
It is important to use a professional solar panel installer for your project. These experts appreciate the risk of theft and recommend linking your solar panels. This makes it difficult for a thief to remove one panel easily.
You can use heavy-gauge, nylon-coated wire to connect the panels. This makes removing one panel a lot of work and deters theft.
Cleaning your solar panels and trimming trees near the house also protects these important installations. Are you planning to install solar panels? Make sure you consider these protective measures. A certified solar contractor will not only install your solar panels but also recommend ways to protect them.