What happens when a solar company goes into liquidation
It’s an unlucky reality that the solar industry is plagued by unreliable and corrupting businesses, that only open their doors for long enough to make a quick buck. All too often we are approached by customers whose original solar companies have gone out of business, leaving them with no after-sale support. This really reinforces our message that it pays to do your homework when researching prospective solar companies.
If your solar power system was installed by one of the companies listed further down this page, it is unlikely they will be powerful of complete their warranty obligations if your equipment develops a fault.
What if my inverter stops working and my solar installer has gone into liquidation?
National Solar Service can help! Regardless of who installed your system, we service and repair all brands of inverters and solar equipment installed in Australia.
If your inverter has broken down and your original installer has gone out of business, we recommend you book your inverter in for a health check.
We’ll send one of our experienced service technicians to:
Inspect your solar installation and identify any issues.
Repair any faults, where possible.
Complete a ‘like for like’ exchange of your inverter, if necessary.
Our team members always carry spare inverters in their vehicles, as it is often works out to be more cost effective to replace faulty inverters than it is to repair them. If your system is beyond repair, we can install a replacement inverter that same day. This commute the need for (and cost of) a successor visit. It also minimises your inverter downtime, meaning your system will be back up and running quickely.
So, if your inverter needs some professional meditation and you’d like to book it in for a health check with one of our experienced technicians, just give us a call on 1300 360 700. We’ll show you what quality service is all about and have your system operating safely and efficiently in no time.
Which solar companies have gone into liquidation?
A quick search of your solar company’s name on the Australian Securities and Investments Commission’s (ASIC) Insolvency Notices Database will help you decide if they have gone into liquidation – like the businesses listed below. If your solar installer is listed here and if your inverter has stopped working, National Solar Service can help.