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[NSW] 6.6kW Solar System (18 x 370W Astronergy panels & 5kW SAJ Inverter) $2,999 Fully Installed @ Synergy Solar

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CHRISTMAS SPECIAL ! ! !

Hey guys, the team and I @ Synergy Solar have another deal to throw at you!

Fully installed 6.6kW Solar Systems from $2,999

Single Phase & Single storey dwellings, additional charges may apply!

Based in Prestons, NSW, 2170 this offer is valid for clients within a 50km radius.

Locally owned, locally operated, locally accountable!

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  • Perfect for when the Cyber Polygon simulation comes to life, like Event 201 did… Get in now before there's electricity "rationing"…

  • +4

    nice web site you got there.

    • Its like IVI
      is the editor
      for it.

    • Hi mate,

      Fixed up, my apologies!

      Cheers

      Nathan

  • +2

    I think you might need to fix up your website

    • Hi mate,

      Fixed up, my apologies!

      Cheers

      Nathan

  • +1

    Not good when your website doesnt work….probably should have directory indexing off/disabled :)

    • Hi mate,

      Fixed up, my apologies!

      Cheers

      Nathan

  • CHRISTMAS SPECIAL ! ! !
    another deal to throw at you!

    But you had the same deal a month ago? Was that one the Halloween Special?. Should we expect next the End of the Year Special, Australia Day Special, Valentine Special etc

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/660226

    • Hi mate,

      Appreciate your 'wise' comments, but if you have followed any previous posts, as well as the whole market in general, you would soon realise that the market has gone up by 20-30% if not more over the last 4-6 weeks alone.

      Cheers

      Nathan

  • Yeah, you might wanna fix your site.. here's this for the meantime https://web.archive.org/web/20180401053936/http://www.synerg...

  • well at least your website loads fast

    • Hi mate,

      Fixed up, my apologies!

      Cheers

      Nathan

  • Getting Solar Quotes in WA for around $5000 for 5KW Fronius Inverter and Jinko Panels 6.6KW

    OP's offer is really cheap

    • The panels are dodgy as. Go ahead if you trust them. Yes the guy at solar quotes probably gets kick backs but no way to confirm these panels

      • Hi mate,

        It seems you have a lot to comment on all of our posts but with very little input. You say they're dodgy panels, yet we have installed 50+ systems with these and have not yet had any issues. Do you forget that even Fronius and REC panels started from somewhere? You don't just click your fingers and move to the top of the table now do you?
        We offer 6.6kW system ranging from $2,999 to $19,999, if you want to bag on quality, how about you just ask what else it is we offer? We are on a site advertising bargains aren't we?

        Cheers

        Nathan

        • You can keep installing cheaper panels to those who get them. Not sure if it should qualify as a deal. Rather free advertisement. There are cheaper options than you on the market for someone looking to save a few bucks. It's like comparing an old run down Ute with a Tesla. Of course it is expensive because it is good. Only that you don't agree with the feedback doesn't mean it is not worth letting people know. Put a real deal for a reasonable brand for a change and then people will actually listen to you and appreciate it

          • +5

            @Royale with cheese: Hi mate,

            Appreciate your comments, if you look through my profile you'll see I've posted very reasonable deals with upmarket products, you certainly can't please everyone right? If every client wished to pay true prices for premium setups than we would offer nothing but that. You can't drink champagne on a beer budget, so if people want to have a couple of drinks, than why not offer a couple of different budgets?

            You can class every bit of advertisement as a deal if you see it fit, do you class a Big Mac meal for $11.95 a deal? Or do you see it as an expensive bit of processed meat paddy in between a couple of buns? Just because you see something in a certain way, it doesn't mean other clientele will.

            If you look at previous posts, you will see that we offer more than just the 1 standard brand.

            Thanks for you time though.

            Cheers

            Nathan

            • +2

              @Nathan94: Don't take anything personally… I think you'd be better to offer decent gear at decent prices… most people here would want decent brands.

              • @hippyhippy: I agree. I paid 500 extra for QCells. Yes it's not a Ferrari but at least I have a peace of mind about a brand. I doubt people go saving few dollars to go with a less popular brand so better to offer deals on decent panels / inverters

                • @Royale with cheese: Then we had the Q.CELLS products. The South Korean 350 watt Q.Peak which is the flagship product from Q.CELLS was right up there with the LG NeON2. They are P type cells as opposed to the LG N type cells so do expect to see their performance drop off a bit quicker over time.

                  This is the interesting bit the Q.CELLS Q.Maxx 350 watt modules which are the Chinese entry level panel has popped out the gates with an almighty surge and these are beating the NeON2 panels. These are our cheapest panels and only have a 15 year product warranty; BUT the performance is blisteringly good for the price and all the entry systems we have installed with these have surprised us with how well they have went.

                  https://tasmaniansolar.com.au/the-good-the-bad-and-the-downr...

            • +3

              @Nathan94: How did you pass on the opportunity to put something about a "royale with cheese" in your hamburger analogy?

      • +2

        I do not have them, so I do not care from that perspective, but how did you get to the conclusion that they are "dodgy as"?
        I was looking at them as a valid budget option. They got a large farm near Parkes (60+ MW?) and also some independent reviews are quite good (some example https://tasmaniansolar.com.au/the-good-the-bad-and-the-downr...)
        I agree there are better (and more expensive) brands. But someone like me who buys Toyota for a car and not Porsche, I am looking at the ROI. Real dodgy panels would not pass the certification for STCs. And while I would love to have top tier panels (actually I had, in the past), it makes the ROI twice as long with minimal true add-on value (for me). But I know there are people who would never buy Toyota car :-D

        • True. Bit I think there are better deals out there (from personal experience) with a fraction of a price so I just struggle to see who will go with relatively unknown options like this. Yes if they offer a significant discount on a reputable brand, then that will be something fellow ozbargainers would like

          • @Royale with cheese: Hey mate,

            I completely agree with you there, we would love nothing more than to just offer the premium brands at a higher price with a little more margin in them. But being the 21st century, everyone seems to be just looking for the "best price" vs the "best deal". If a business does not cater to a broader market share than they'll find themselves shutting the doors before they even kick off.

    • The op equipment is the lowest of the low … whereas yours is quite decent… big difference

      Invest in decent equipment and good installer

      • Definitely agree with the good installer. Heard horror stories from some of my friends re installation issues from dodgy installers. Synergy recently installed solar on my roof and they have done a good job. I have been at a few installs, and had panels installed before. The Synergy guys done a good job. Maybe because they are newer and try to establish themselves? Also, they got the L2 electrician on board, so no additional appointments as I had in the past.
        My old system (~12 years old) was more towards to the top, quality panels, and SMA inverter (with Bluetooth comms! Back then). Could not complain, but now I got JA panels that are double the capacity of my top of the line panels I had before. I would think that the worst brand just would not pass it to be credited for the STCs. In my opinion, having 0.5% efficiency would not make sense to for out $$$ extra right now, knowing my original panels still had 8 (or even 13!) years warranty on them which I will not use. Just my $0.02

    • -3

      Hi mate,

      Completely different state, you may as well compare cheese cake with roast beef.

      Cheers

      Nathan

  • Hi Guys,

    You have clearly noticed technical issues with the website (wasn't made aware as of now, thanks for letting me know) we are currently getting a few things changed from the marking/advertising point of view, you'll find that it has now been sorted

    Cheers

    Nathan

  • Any package with growatt inverter?

    • Hi mate,

      I can certainly have a look and see what would be available for you! We have gone with the above package thus far because our retailers have given us the assurance that there will be enough stock to last the next few weeks.

      Cheers

      Nathan

  • Is this the same company?
    https://www.solarquotes.com.au/installer-review/synergy-sola...

    Anyone here got feedbacks on their install work?
    Cant seem to find info if they are a new company (that may or may not be good) or a long established company with good feedbacks

    • Hi mate,

      No that is not our company. In the grand scheme of things we are a new company in the solar industry.
      Please feel free to look over previous oz bargain posts I've done to read up on all the answers to previous questions.

      Cheers

      Nathan

  • Based in Prestons, NSW, 2170 this offer is valid for clients within a 50km radius.

    I was curious so plotted a 50km radius from Prestons. That covers all of Sydney, the lower Blue Mountains and down to the start of Wollongong.

    • +1

      Hey mate,

      That's pretty much right.

      We put that in place as we had people from Newcastle, Nowra and Central Coast wanting the same price and not wanting to pay for the extra travel required

  • How much do multi-storeys generally add to the cost? Is it just the cost of the scissor lift rental?

    • Hey mate,

      It all depends on the accessibility to the roof. If we can access it safely with a ladder than it will only be a $250 additional cost.

      If scissor lift etc; is needed, than the additional charges will be for the hire.

      Cheers

      Nathan

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