You might have come across ads that claim a solar battery or an inverter or solar panels to be “Tier 1”. So, here’s the thing- only solar panels can be regarded as Tier 1. If a retailer is claiming a battery or inverter to be Tier 1, it is most likely a false claim or they themselves are not aware of the fact.
What many customers do not know is that there are several Australian operators in the solar market that spend a huge amount on marketing. These operators are interconnected in some way.
It is a common practice to check reviews of companies online to know how well they are doing in the market.
Some solar companies try to tempt their customers by showing lower prices. These companies deliberately miscalculate the GST amount, which is wrong. The issue is explained in detail
Solar deals such as Solar Bulk Buy Programs claim to provide quality rooftop solar systems at a discounted price to consumers with the motive of helping the local community.
In recent times, it has come to light that certain panel manufacturers sell underperforming Solar Panels at cheaper prices. The manufacturer's of such cheap solar panels are defaming the solar market.
A dodgy sales tactic is being used across Australia to sell solar batteries. In recent years, many cases have been reported where customers got letters offering "Free Solar Battery Trials under Field Trial programs,"
It has come to light that in lengthy contracts, there are certain small clauses that should be paid attention to.
A very unprofessional practice is being followed in the solar industry. What has come to light is, certain approved installers now employ less qualified laborers to undertake the installations.
Some solar companies employ door to door solar sales marketing strategy to spread their message out to non- solar homeowners. Not all solar companies are the same, and not all companies sell fake products.