Australia Wide Solar – SOLMATE: Solar Maintenance, Tidy & Expansion
We offer customized maintenance packages to match a variation of customer needs and only install equipment backed by manufacturer warranties with a proven strong field performance. Maintenance and inspection as with any piece of equipment will help ensure system performance and minimize disruption due to component failure. If our described procedures differ from those suggested by your manufacturer and/or installer, follow the procedures outlined in the system user manual supplied with your system.
After the modules have been cleaned, a visual inspection of the system will be done to check for defects such as cracks, chips and discolouration. When inspecting the solar modules, the condition of the array mounting frame will also be noted. Items to observe will include the array mounting bolts (eg. bolts rusting) and checks to ensure that the frame and modules are firmly secured. If any obvious defects are found, note their location in the system logbook provided, so these can be monitored in the future in case further deterioration.
Solar power systems are safe when operating correctly, however there are potentially dangerous hazards associated with some system components. Although 240V AC power is dangerous and can cause death when live exposed wires/terminals are touched or cause fire, it is generally safe when kept in good working order. Any follow-up servicing requiring wiring must be undertaken by a suitably licensed electrical worker or contractor.
Our SolMate agreement is found Here