Expert advice and personalised solutions to save electricity and money in your home.
What’s the best ways to save energy in your home?
Confused by all the conflicting information about Solar?
Not sure who to trust or what’s best for your needs?
Your family is unique, and so is the way you use electricity. That’s why you deserve expert advice to find the solution that’s right for you.
Our approach is different …
As qualified Energy Efficiency Specialists we:
Help you sort through the confusion and misinformation
Look for ways to reduce energy waste and improve efficiency
Ask questions about your future energy usage needs and goals
Design a solar panel system in combination with other solutions
Put all the pieces together to create a tailored strategy that’s right for you
How we can help you achieve
home energy savings
Whether you are looking to install solar to offset your electricity costs, have solar and wondering if it’s worth upgrading your system, or you’re thinking about installing batteries or purchasing an electric vehicle, we can help.
Get the information you need to make better-informed decisions without the sales pressure.
Discover if solar is right for you and what size suits your needs. From $195 + GST.
Solar Performance Assessment
Discover if its worth upgrading your existing system. From $295 + GST.
Tailored Energy Efficiency Strategy
Considering batteries or buying an electric vehicle? We’ll create a plan to achieve your goals. P.O.A
3 steps to achieving
lower energy bills
Saving money on electricity bills is easier than you think.
Your power usage and future goals.
A tailored solution for your home.
More $ to spend on your family.
It’s about giving you the information you need, in a way that’s easy
to understand, so you can make the right decision, based on the facts.
“Even with a solar panel system we had ever increasing electricity costs. Electrical Energy Savers performed an assessment of our premises. As a result of their subsequent recommendations, we have slashed our electricity costs and have a far greater understanding of our electricity usage.”