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When Solar-Safe schedules an electrician to come out to your home, we are able to explain to you how to read your system as well as the meter that has been installed. Included in our service package is a simple check of all components on the system which will be reported to you after completion.
We are proud to have some of Australia’s best qualified Master Electricians on our team, with one purpose and goal for your electrical needs and professional service when it comes down to the safety of your home and business.
A Faulty inverter is no surprise to us. You are not the only one going through this experience and the great news is, it’s easy to fix!!
We do a followup check on our clients through our expert safety checklist to promote the best service and safety check so that our client can enjoy the maximum benefit from their system so no one is left out.
Let us take care of the electrical faults for you. Being safe is worth talking to an experienced electrician!
At Solar Safe, we know our Customer through the Solar Diary Program. We maintain a good relationship and help promote safety when we’re needed.
Remember our Valued customers deserve our services and we take pride in what we’ve achieved over the years as Australia’s best Electricians!
We are fully trained, experienced and qualified for your safety when it comes to your Solar System.
General Safety Instructions
• Only experienced and certified installers should be employed to service your solar system.
• Review and follow all safety instructions and all other instructions supplied with the materials and components provided with the Solar system before any service work begins.
• Avoid service activity in wet or damp conditions.
• Do not attempt to service the power system unless you are fully qualified to do so.
A dangerous voltage or condition may exist in your system.
Extreme caution must be taken when performing these tasks and only by a qualified Solar-Safe professional.
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