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Uni-Industries Reviews

Based on 15 reviews

  • 5 star 1
  • 4 star 11
  • 3 star 2
  • 2 star 0
  • 1 star 1

Average Customer Review

  • Value
    4.20
  • System Quality
    4.07
  • Customer Service
    3.93
  • Installation
    4.14

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About Uni-Industries, Solar Installers

Uni-Industries is a Solar Power Installation company based in Brendale and serves QLD. Here are their reviews as submitted by visitors to SolarQuotes

Uni-Industries Solar Reviews

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Best price-quality combination. They responded to questions in a timely manner and were able to get out to my home site quickly once it was ready to do a rough-in prior to final installation (new construction). Show additional information
Installed original system, with a SMA inverter and cracked a roof tile. Main bedroom leaked and it took them 6 weeks to fix.
A cheap 20.00 component failed and it took 9 phone calls and 1 month to replace hopefully tomorow.
Dont trust Michael, comes across as great but does not answer emails or phone calls when problems arise.
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Michael was the only 'straight talking' salesman that I dealt with. He was honest and answered all of my questions and provided me with a comprehensive quote. There was nothing to pay upfront and unit was installed within a week. Have recommended them to my family who are also having solar installed. Show additional information
This is a true family business who try to to the best they can for you. Show additional information
Our 5 kW system has just been installed a few days ago, and we are still waiting for Energex connection. We were very impressed with Uni-Industries' service, from the
professional presentation by an electrician, not just a salesperson, to the installation which went without a hitch.
Only one company from your three recommended contacted us, which was why we got other quotes, as well as some over the phone. It was the week before the 44c feed-in-tarrif was reduced in Queensland, and some quotes were exorbitant.
Thank you for your very helpful site, as I was able to get a wealth of information while my husband was interstate, and was able to convince him to go ahead with solar panels before the FID was reduced. We are watching the meter spinning backwards with glee, and are looking forward to getting a good return on our investment, as we are self-funded retirees who have seen our savings eroded by poor returns elsewhere.
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They gave me the most outstanding price and cut the price of the other quotes. They explained everything so that I could understand it and didn't make me feel like an idiot. Show additional information
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Yes. The waiting time for Energex to alter the meter according to them will be 48 working days. Surely some electricians could be licensed to carry out this work or for Energex to employ more staff to do this conversion. Show additional information
The whole experience very good.....until I waited and waited for connection to the grid. Six week and still waiting. I was told at the end of the installation that I had to do nothing....within ten days I would come home and find my clocks flashing to tell me my new metre had been installed....Not True !... in fact, Energex was waiting on a 1003 form. They would not act or inform anyone that they needed this form to proceed....so it went into limbo until I made contact.....so now I'm told I need to sign a contract when Energex post it out and return to them....and then the process starts. Looks like about 2 mths of wasted time. Show additional information