During storms, unexpected loss in power can cause serious electrical problems within your household. Severe thunderstorms can occur at any time of the year, but most will strike between September and March for residents of Southeast Queensland and Northern New South Wales.
Damages caused by a loss of power could range anywhere from computer hard drive issues, to damaged electronic equipment, to spoiled groceries, and in turn could become a very costly experience. A loss of power not only yields an inconvenience, it may also mean a loss of money. Installing a backup power supply will not only prepare your home from such disasters, it will make these concerns a thing of the past.
Tesla Powerwall provides emergency power when the main power fails. It will supply uninterrupted power protecting all electrical equipment and providing continuous power, differentiating from a standby generator or emergency power system. Powerwall supplies energy stored within the system.
Well installed solar systems not only prove to be durable during a storm; they are also known to make rooftops stronger. Images of destroyed communities after Hurricane Sandy hit shows, at times, the only things still standing, are those homes which were solar protected.
Severe storms are responsible for more damage (measured by insurance costs) than bushfires, earthquakes, tropical cyclones or floods.
In addition to supplying uninterrupted power, Powerwall is a cost effective energy storage solution and can be easily added to any existing solar power system.
GC Energy has been providing solar solutions since 2008, is Certified Installer of Tesla Powerwall and is dedicated to providing customers with solar energy and battery storage options.
For further information on Telsa Powerwall installations, pricing and finance – please contact us or call to speak with one of our team about Tesla Powerwall on 07 5559 4700 to discuss getting your home standby power ready.