The quality of the solar installer and equipment you select will directly affect your long-term savings and the solar system’s reliability. Picking the right combination and you’ll be setup for decades of success.
- Do Your Homework – Make sure you’re getting the best equipment and service from a trusted company. Look for a company with excellent reviews, a good warranty and award winning industry panel technology.
- Proper Documentation – Ask for a copy of the contractor’s & subcontractor’s license, insurance, and worker’s comp policies to ensure you’re not liability for damages or injuries during installation.
- Don’t Be Pressured – Never e-sign a contract before you meet your Solar Installer in person and do your homework. If they try and pressure you by telling you the price will increase tomorrow, they’re not the right partner.
- Financing Options – Don’t sign a contract until you review which payment method is best for you because it may cost you tens of thousands in savings. The right solar partner will walk you through all your options to find the best fit.