CEC-accredited solar installers are professional electricians who have specialised in designing, installing, and maintaining solar energy systems. These experts possess licensing, knowledge and skills to install and commission solar panels, inverters, batteries, and other components to ensure optimal energy production. If the installer does not have a CEC accreditation, the government rebate is not claimable for the customer
Finding a trustworthy solar installer in Sydney can be overwhelming. At Hills Natural Solar, we pride ourselves on our proven track record of successful installations and satisfied clients. Our In-house team's expertise, attention to detail, and dedication to quality set us apart from others as we don’t subcontract our work. Making us the go-to choice for solar installations in the Hills District and nearby areas.
Generally, a residential home can be completed in 1 day. Larger installations may differ.
The cost of solar panel installation in Sydney depends on the size of the system and your specific energy needs. In Sydney, a standard residential solar system needs an output of 6.6 kilowatts (kW) through to 20Kw to offset your electricity costs. Remembering quality first and foremost. Installations start from around $5,000, with government incentives assisting with some of these costs. While upfront costs are an investment, our solutions are designed to yield substantial savings over the system's lifespan. We offer transparent pricing and financing options to make the transition to solar power accessible.
Yes, the Australian government offers incentives and rebates to encourage the adoption of solar energy. Our team is well-versed in the available incentives and can guide you through the process of accessing these benefits, helping you maximise your return on investment.
Hills Natural Solar are based in the beautiful Hills District of Sydney, but service Sydney-wide
Here's a list of just a few of the suburbs where we have helped homeowners save by installing solar panels.
Cheap solar systems often use lower-grade materials and may lack rigorous quality control, leading to reduced efficiency and shorter lifespan. Quality systems use premium materials, are more efficient, and have longer warranties. Quality installations ensure proper setup and safety, offering better long-term value.