Choosing the Right Solar Installer For You

| March 25, 2019

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Looking to get into the home solar game? Great! We are excited to partner with you and help you achieve your clean energy goals. Here’s the big decision you must make: Who’s the right solar installer for you? It’s easy to get distracted by promises of low- to zero-upfront costs, rebates, and reduced electrical bills. But when it comes down to it, who’s going to give you a fair price for a home solar system and offer the service and support you need.

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