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Frequently Asked Questions

The information below may be able to answer any queries you might have.
We are always happy to answer any additional questions, so please do not hesitate to call us

How many systems has Renew Energy installed?
Does Renew Energy have a shop front?
How long has Renew Energy been around for?
What sort of Warranty does Renew Energy offer?
How many solar companies have closed their doors?
Is Renew Energy an approved Clean Energy Council (CEC) Retailer?
Why service your hot water system?
What gets done in a Solar Hot Water Service?
How many systems has Renew Energy installed?

In the last 5 years Renew Energy has installed over 2000 systems

Does Renew Energy have a shop front?

Yes, this is located at U2-136 Bannister Road, Canning Vale

How long has Renew Energy been around for?

Renew Energy was established in 2002

What sort of Warranty does Renew Energy offer?

Renew Energy offers a full 5year workmanship warranty on all Solar Power installations. When looking around please ensure to weigh up the warranty a company will offer with a little background research, ie time in industry or is the price too cheap to be sustainable for a business?

How many solar companies have closed their doors?

According to ASIC there has been 500+ Solar companies close their doors, been liquidated, administrators appointed or proposed de-registration since 2011. Assuming these companies existed for 5 years and installed 250 installs per annum each it would mean there are 250 system installs X 5 years X 500 Companies = 625,000 Solar Installs without warranty. Learn more here

Is Renew Energy an approved Clean Energy Council (CEC) Retailer?

Yes, Renew Energy is a CEC approved retailer. But please be careful as the CEC have several different memberships and accreditations and a lot of people get them confused.

Why service your hot water system?

Servicing your hot water system ensures it runs more efficiently and prolongs the life of the system.

What gets done in a Solar Hot Water Service?
  • Replace the Hot Relief Valve.
  • Inspect, and replace if required, the Cold Relief Valve.
  • Examine, and replace if necessary, the sacrificial anode in vitreous enamel systems
  • Check the Heating Element for excessive build-up of Calcium and replace as required.
  • Wipe down the Solar Collectors.
  • Flush the system.
  • Complete a visual inspection of the unit for potential problems.
  • Inspect all the connections and ensure no leaks.
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