Tom Casey

In part 1 I touched on the ugly and unsightly use of corrugated conduit visibly installed over ridge lines between roofs. The example used was at the Willowdale estate near Denham Court. Part 2 delivers another awful example of cost cutting in neighbouring estate, Catherine Park, which is near Oran Park and Harrington Grove. We …

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We are very lucky to be living Western Sydney at the moment. The amount of building and construction work that is on offer, even during Covid-19 is very encouraging. New estates in the local area like Gregory Hills, Gledswood Hills, Oran Park, Emerald Hills, Denham Court and Leppington have provided vast opportunities for local tradies.What …

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Yesterday was a pretty ordinary day for solar production in Sydney. Locally in Camden the solar exposure in the atmosphere was only 1.7kWh/m2. Theoretically if you had a 6.6kW system, your system would have produced anywhere between 6 & 9kWh of energy. This may not sound like a lot of energy, but when you take …

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As a large installation company sometimes we get challenged with tougher installations that others shy away from. Today, after a month of planning we began installation of a 30kW Sunpower and Enphase Installation on a Bitumen Shingle Roof in Clareville, on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. A challenging and tricky install, being that we could not access …

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