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      True value Solar ????

      has anyone had any experience with this company?? Good , bad or ugly ????

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      Yeah I'd like to know that..plus a breakdown of costs. It's a minefield out there!

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      Have you tried googling them? We are going with Energy Matters - I just googled the name and found some stuff on another forum. Probably worth a try...
      Sometimes the grass will appear greener on the other side because it has been fertilised by bull****

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      You get what you pay for
      Just salesmen after a quick buck
      Many of the installs are completed by TA's with office staff forging accredited installers signatures to claim the RECs
      true value only got a builders licence last month?
      There must be a CEC Accredited Installer on site at the time of the installation
      and if they are contractors they must have a builders licence.
      Most of the installers have left over the last few months
      they still have some some installers who are good its just potluck to who turns up.
      Check out the CEC website for more info.
      Clean Energy Council | Consumer guide to solar PV

      Most of the more expensive companys do site inspections and work out the savings and the best position for the panels and the inverter.

      True value work like many of the others,that 95% of the systems will fit and leave it to the installer to decide on location.
      I have seen one of their installs fitted to the south facing roof(some of the installers just want to get paid and don't care about system performance).

      The Sparky
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      For anyone thinking of going solar Port Adelaide Enfield Library Service is running free energy-wise workshops including info on current rebates/incentives/discounts, do's and don'ts etc. It's free of course and there is stuff for the kids to do too!!
      City of Port Adelaide Enfield -



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