WHAT IS ROOF-MOUNT SOLAR?
Roof-Mount Solar systems are installed on the roof of a house or building structure to convert sunlight into solar energy.
A typical rooftop solar system in Australia is installed facing true North to ensure maximum sunlight absorption and higher energy yield. Such systems can also be configured for any type of roof, be it sloped or flat.
WHAT YOU GET
Low-cost solar system
Requires fewer installation material
Quick & easy permits
Low installation labour cost
Optimum utilisation of unused space
BENEFITS OF ROOF-MOUNT SOLAR
WHY CHOOSE GEE?
- Accessible presence across Australia
- Clean Energy Council-approved solar retailer
- Post-installation assistance and support
- Supreme Tier 1 panels and high-quality inverters
- ‘Customer-first’ approach
- Short installation time
- Good corporate citizens with focus on sustainability
- Focus on diversity and equality
One would typically need to go through a roof structural assessment process to determine if the rooftop is suitable and sturdy for a solar installation.
If your roof is in need of any immediate repairs or renovation, it would be best to take care of that before considering a solar installation. As previously mentioned, a roof structural assessment will help you determine your roof’s viability before installing solar. You can also hire a roofer to detect any damages or structural issues.
One of the biggest myths around rooftop solar installations is that it can damage the roof, which isn’t true! As a matter of fact, a roof-mount installation can actually extend the life of your roof while protecting it from harsh environmental conditions and debris. Moreover, GEE’s CEC-accredited installers ensure repairs and replacement are swiftly undertaken, if required.
GEE Energy prides itself on its customer-oriented approach to solar services. We are with you before, during, and even post installation for any queries or maintenance regarding your solar system.
It may be possible for you to upgrade to a larger solar system size in future depending on your energy consumption and available roof space. You can undertake an energy usage and roof assessment to figure out if your roof-
mount solar qualifies for an upgrade.