Residential Solar

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Why use solar power at your home?

Many homeowners are installing solar power systems to reduce their reliance on Eskom, lower their electricity bills, and make their homes more environmentally friendly. Most electricity in a home is used in the early mornings and evenings and not during the day when solar power production is at it’s maximum. For this reason we recommend using an off grid system with battery storage capacity, to store solar power generated during the day, and make use of all this stored energy to power your household lighting and appliances at night.
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How does it work?

Solar panels collect energy from the sun and convert it into DC electricity which is then sent to an inverter. The inverter is one of the most important components of a solar power system, converting DC into 240V AC. The AC electricity is then fed into your home to power your lighting and household appliances. The more advanced inverters can work with / without batteries and can spread power to all the circuits, whereas the basic inverters are installed into specific circuits.

The first step in your solar journey is understanding what your consumption is…

Typical Electricity Usage per Appliance per Hour

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The local solar industry is price-sensitive and subject to fluctuations in the exchange rate from time-to-time. Trust Solar prides itself on being able to pass on significant savings to our clients due to our buying power, and therefore please do not hesitate to contact us for a formal quotation soon.