Springers Solar specialises in the provision of 12V & 24V products and installations for all vehicle owners, whether that be for a caravan, motorhome, 4WD, or a boat.
Springers Solar has two retail centres both of which includes an electrical fit-out workshop. These are located at Capalaba and Lawnton. Alternatively we have mobile workshops with our own qualified auto-electricians which can come to you.
Installations include but aren't limited to
Springers Solar family members Brian, Eddie and Joe are Clean Energy Council Accredited Solar Designers and Installers. We are also licensed electrical contractors who have installed many solar panels, AGM batteries, regulators, lighting and a range of appliances such as upright fridges to all types of recreational vehicles over the past 10 years.
The Capalaba and Lawnton stores have a two bay installation facility, which will accommodate a number of caravans and mobile homes at any one time. Mobile home owners with larger installations can park overnight at Lawnton Showgrounds and can come back the next day for the job to be completed.
While your recreational vehicle is being outfitted at our Lawnton store you can browse through our retail shop or we will gladly drop you at the nearest shopping precinct for some additional shopping therapy.
All of our system installations are covered while you are on the road anywhere in Australia.
We absolutely guarantee all cable runs to be in accordance with the Australian Standards of max 5% voltage drop and we can assure you there will be no voltage drop problems to your fridge.
We are keen to make sure that your recreational travelling needs are met, so we would expect you to ask lots of questions about the products we stock. We will be only too happy to answer your questions and make sure you understand how the equipment will work when you are driving around or how it will operate if you stay in one location.
If you advise us of your particular power requirements, we can customise a power system to suit your needs. In order for us to do that, we would need to ask you some basic questions.
We need to know: