Installing a 3 kW Solar Power System

Purchasing and installing a 3 kW solar power system is a fantastic way to cut your electricity bills, increase the value of your home and lower your impact on the environment.

Before settling on a 3 kW system however, it’s essential to find out if it’s the right size for your property as well as the people living there. Installing a solar power unit that’s too big or small can result in power savings that don’t live up to expectations.

So before buying a 3 kW unit, consider the guide below. You can also chat to our team who’ll provide an obligation-free quote; and in most cases, it’s all done easily over the phone.

How much does a 3 kW solar power system cost?

The price of a 3 kW solar power system depends on a number of factors, including the state or territory you live in as well as the quality of the products you choose. If you’re comparing cheap vs more expensive solar products, read this guide to better understand the benefits of choosing premium equipment.

Good quality 3 kW systems will typically cost between $3500 - $6000.

Will a 3 kW solar power system be big enough?

3 kW solar power systems are most suited to couples with high electricity demands as well as small families. A system of this size will cover typical daily usage in these situations. Couples who are expecting to grow their family in the future can choose to install a 3 kW system with the view of increasing its capacity down the track.

How much space do we need on the roof?

You’ll need around 22 m2 to accommodate the 12 solar panels that come with your 3 kW system. Thanks to advancements in technology there are now more ways than ever to install panels in circumstances where roof space or resources are limited. Have a chat to a professional if you have any doubts or questions.

How much money will a 3 kW solar power system save?

You can expect to save up to $1180 every year with a 3 kW system. It’s important to keep in mind that your savings will depend on where in Australia you’re located as well as your feed-in-tariff rate (FIT). For more information on solar power savings try our solar savings calculator or contact our team for a more specific savings forecast.

What’s the payback period?

Typically, a 3 kW solar power unit will pay itself off within four years. This time may be shorter depending on the initial cost of your system, how efficient it is and where in Australia you’re located.

Installing solar panels is a great investment that over 1.5 million Aussies have already made. Like any good investment it’s wise to research before you purchase and to be sure you choose a system that’s the right size for your home and family. Check out our solar power packages as well as the must-ask questions before you buy.