Residential Solar Systems

Quality Solar Solution for your home

At Eco Ease, we understand that as a homeowner, you seek smart, sustainable, and economical ways to reduce your energy bills and positively impact the environment.

Quality residential solar and batteries can help you achieve this. We have installed literally thousands of solar and battery systems as well as lately more and more, EV chargers in Stanwell Tops, Albion Park, Menai and Cronulla.

We only recommend quality renewable energy products installed with care and expertise to ensure maximum long-term savings. If it’s not reliable, it’s not an Eco Ease choice of product.

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Tailored Home Energy Solutions

Choosing the right quality solar solution for your home is a decision that requires careful consideration. At Eco Ease, we are dedicated to understanding your specific energy needs and working with you to tailor a solar system that perfectly aligns with your family’s requirements.

We don’t just stop at installation; we ensure the best results for you long term.  Our solar systems use top-quality products from proven suppliers with comprehensive warranties, installed with care, guaranteeing efficiency and longevity.

We believe your investment in a residential solar system should stand the test of time, delivering consistent performance and guaranteed energy savings for your family.

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Solar & Batteries made easy

At Eco Ease, we ensure that the solar panels, inverter solutions, and batteries we recommend are award-winning and field-proven. We also ensure that all other system components, from safety switches to mounting frames, are designed for long-term durability.

While many solar components may look similar when newly installed, their longevity can vary significantly.

Our solar and battery solutions are reliably designed for our local climate, supported by reputable manufacturers, and backed by responsive after-sales service.

Longer-lasting systems provide better long-term cost savings for you and your family, as our years of experience have shown.

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Solar and Battery Combo: Why getting both makes sense

Imagine a future where you’re not just saving money on your electricity bills but also maximising the energy you generate. With Eco Ease’s cutting-edge battery and solar solutions, that future is now within reach for Wollongong households and businesses.

At Eco Ease, we empower our community with the best in solar technology, complemented by reliable battery systems. Discover why storing your solar energy in batteries makes perfect sense, and learn how you can future-proof your energy needs.

Read more to find out how combining solar panels with battery storage can maximise your savings, provide energy independence, and ensure a reliable power supply for your home or business. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to prepare for a future dominated by electric vehicles and smart home technologies.

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Got an older, small home solar system? Ready for an upgrade?

Upgrade your solar system with Eco Ease, no matter if you are in Miranda, Woonona or Shellharbour. Many PV systems installed from 2006 to 2015 are nowadays too small to service a modern family’s needs.

In some instances, the system now also has reached its end-of-life period. By adding more solar panels, maybe a brand-new system and a battery, you can significantly boost your energy production, store excess power for use during peak times, and see your electricity bill drop significantly.

This upgrade not only reduces your reliance on the grid and gives you more funds in your pocket s but also prepares your home for future energy demands, including electric vehicles, heat pump hot water generation and other smart home technologies.

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Eco Ease Solar & Battery Packages

Quality equipment is one thing, but it's the quality installation with a trusted local installer that guarantees peace of mind

9.6kWh

Plus 6.6kW Solar
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  • Trina Panels
  • Sungrow 9.6kWh
  • Available on finance

from $43.48 pw

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12.8kWh

Plus 15.84kW Solar
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  • Trina Panels
  • Sungrow 12.8kWh
  • Available on finance

from $57.68 pw

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20.5kkWh

Plus 11.62 kW Solar
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  • AIKO Panels
  • RedEarth Bushchook 20.5kWh
  • Available on finance

From $95.09 pw

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*Pricing may vary based on factors such as installation complexity, equipment specifications, and other project-specific requirements. Please consult with our team for a personalized quote tailored to your unique needs and circumstances.

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Excellent service, top-quality products, and ensuring that you have a seamless experience throughout your solar journey.

Support

Reliable post-sales support have empowered numerous families and businesses to achieve energy security and drastically reduce costs.

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Our goal is ambitious yet achievable: to assist 10,400 people in 10 communities by 2035 in tackling rising energy costs.

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FAQs

How do I know if my roof can handle solar and how much?

If you’re thinking about installing solar panels, a critical question is whether your roof can support them. At Eco Ease Electrical, we’ve helped homeowners in the South of Sydney all the way to Wollongong to get the answer to this question. Here’s a short guide to help you determine if your roof is suitable for solar panels.

1. Assess your roof condition

Structural integrity: Your roof must be strong and sturdy. If your roof is old or damaged, such as missing shingles or leaks, you may need repairs or replacement before installation.

Roof material: Solar panels are compatible with most roofing materials, including metal and tile. However, materials like slate may need special mounting systems or additional reinforcement, which can add to the cost.

2. Roof space and orientation

Available space: Ensure you have enough space to install solar panels. A typical residential solar panel is about 1.8m tall x 1.1m wide. Eco Ease can assess how many panels your roof can accommodate, which then determines the overall solar system size.

Roof orientation and angle: Ideally, your roof should face East, North- east, North, Both-West or West. Even South facing roofs can be considered if roof space is tight. This is because in summer when the sun is overhead this direction still delivers decent output. It is only the winter months that will see such panels loose output.

3. Check for shade

Shading: Shading from trees, chimneys, or nearby buildings can reduce efficiency. Eco Ease uses advanced tools to determine the best panel placement for maximum sunlight exposure throughout the year.

4. Roof load capacity

Weight considerations: Solar panels add weight to your roof. About 15 kilograms per square meter. Most local roofs can support this additional weight, but yo be sure Eco Ease as part of the initial inspection process will conduct a load-bearing check.

5. Local building codes

Regulations: Different regions have varying building codes and regulations. In Sydney and the Illawarra region Councils in general see solar as an exempt development, other than for historic homes, especially if heritage protected. In such cases a development application will be required.

Eco Ease is familiar with local codes across the wider metro and Wollongong region, ensuring your installation is compliant.

How do I work out the solar & battery size I need

Sizing your solar system and solar battery capacity accurately ensures you meet your current energy needs and are prepared for future increases. This can help you maximise efficiency, reduce costs, and increase your energy independence.

To determine your current energy needs, Eco Ease recommends for you to review your electricity bills for the past 12 months. Look for the average daily or monthly consumption in kilowatt-hours (kWh). Please note the likely seasonal variations to get a comprehensive view of your usage.

You should also consider potential future energy needs such as electric vehicle (EV) charging, additional household members, changing gas hot water to electric and planned new appliances.

Planning for future energy consumption can help you avoid the need for system upgrades later on. Eco Ease can help you forecast these needs based on your lifestyle and planned changes.

Calculating your solar system size

Determine Daily Energy Consumption: 

Calculate your average daily energy usage in kWh.

Sunlight Hours

Estimate the average peak sunlight hours your location receives. Wollongong and Sutherland typically receive about 4-5 peak sunlight hours per day.

System Size Calculation 

Divide your daily energy consumption by the average peak sunlight hours to get the required solar system size in kilowatts (kW). For example, if your daily usage is 30 kWh and you get 5 peak sunlight hours, you’d need a 6 kW system.

While of cause some of your daily consumption will be undertaken at night, when there is no solar supply, in general one nowadays errs on the side of a larger system, given that panels have become so affordable and bigger systems attract a bigger rebate.

On the other hand, you can use the YEA solar system calculator here to work out an estimate.

Getting the right battery size

Daily Energy Usage

Start with your average daily energy usage. Decide how many days of energy independence you want, meaning how many days of power supply do you need in case of a black out. For most homes, a 1-2 day autonomy is sufficient. Naturally you need to consider also that your battery will be replenished by the solar during the day.  Multiply your daily energy usage by the number of days of autonomy. Take away the likely solar generation.

For example, for 1-day autonomy and 30 kWh daily usage, and a 40 kWh solar generation you’d would start looking at a 10 kWh plus battery – as your solar generates enough surplus to fill a 10 kWh battery.

On the other hand, you can use the YEA solar battery size calculator here to work out an estimate.

Eco Ease specialises in customised solar solutions for the wider Wollongong to Sutherland regions. Our experienced team ensures precise calculations and installations tailored to your unique energy requirements. Trust Eco Ease Electrical to help you achieve energy independence and sustainability.

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10 Top Tips to Get a Great Solar and Battery Solution

Investing in a solar and battery solution is a big decision. Choosing the right system ensures you save the most in the long run.

We teamed up with a solar industry expert with 20 years of experience to create this helpful guide for you.

Our guide covers the key opportunities and challenges in this journey.

Avoid the pitfalls of cheap solar.

The saying "you get what you pay for" is especially true with solar and batteries. Cheap systems often lead to problems, so download our guide to learn about:

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  • Understanding different warranties
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