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Solargain 315L 2 Panel Split System with Electric Booster

Solargain 315L 2 Panel Split System with Electric Booster Questions & Answers

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5 questions from our users

Sam
Samasked

Please let me know the cost to install one and the cost. I have gas/LPG Thanks

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Solargain
SolargainSolargain

Hi Sam, thanks for your enquiry. So we can provide a quote could you please advise your postcode and contact details mobile and/or email. Alternatively contact us on 1300 73 93 55, and press 4 to enquire about Solar hot water for your home. Our team will be happy to assist you. Kind regards, Solargain

J Ward
J Wardasked

where do I find out the costs, both purchase and installation

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Solargain
SolargainSolargain

Hi. Please contact us on 1300 73 93 55, and press 4 to enquire about Solar hot water for your home. Our team will be happy to assist you. Kind regards, Solargain.

Peter stephenson
Peter stephensonasked

Price fitted please

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Solargain
SolargainSolargain

Hi Peter, apologies for the wait in replying. If you are still interested in this system, you can contact our sales team to discuss in 1300 73 93 55, or on sg.info@solargain.com.au. Kind regards, Solargain.

wilsonl6
wilsonl6asked

Am in Lowood QLD, approx. 70 k west of Brisbane.
Have a 10 year old Chromagen 300l 2.5Kw Solar Hot water split System and tank is leaking from top inlet. My question is :- " Can the existing solar panels and plumbing be used so i would be only up for the cost of a new tank"

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Solargain
SolargainSolargain

Hi wilsonl6,
The short answer is yes you can. However, in our experience the best value would be to replace the whole system. The reason is that when you replace the entire system you receive the government rebate which brings the price of the system right down, as opposed to replacing the tank only which does not have any rebates and is quite expensive.
Also, when replacing the tank only it means that other elements of the system such as the pump, control box, sensor cables are re-used. If these products are old they can malfunction, and we cannot take any responsibility if these parts fail after the new tank is replaced.
If you would like to discuss this further, please contact our QLD branch on 07 3884 1780. Hope this helps!
Kind regards, Solargain.

wilsonl6
wilsonl6asked

Am in Lowood QLD, approx. 70 k west of Brisbane.
Have a 10 year old Chromagen 300l 2.5Kw Solar Hot water split System and tank is leaking from top inlet. My question is :- " Can the existing solar panels and plumbing be used so i would be only up for the cost of a new tank"

1 answer
Solargain
SolargainSolargain

Hi wilsonl6,
The short answer is yes you can. However, in our experience the best value would be to replace the whole system. The reason is that when you replace the entire system you receive the government rebate which brings the price of the system right down, as opposed to replacing the tank only which does not have any rebates and is quite expensive.
Also, when replacing the tank only it means that other elements of the system such as the pump, control box, sensor cables are re-used. If these products are old they can malfunction, and we cannot take any responsibility if these parts fail after the new tank is replaced.
If you would like to discuss this further, please contact our QLD branch on 07 3884 1780. Hope this helps!
Kind regards, Solargain.

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