Most people start with a quote when they are ready to make the switch to solar energy. They shouldn't just choose the cheapest price, but there are other factors to consider. After deciding on the type of solar panels and figuring out how to finance it, the buyer is ready to make the most difficult decision: choosing the installation team.
The chosen team will work in one's home, or at their business. They will build a custom solar power plant. Solar installers are different in size, experience, reputation, and product offerings. It's also difficult to evaluate them using standard methods of financing, cost, and general benefits. Solar installation in lower plenty is not difficult. The job should go smoothly if the team involved is skilled.
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When looking for solar installers, consider the following:
- Expert Knowledge
- Insured and licensed
- Experience and track record
- Avoid Sub-Contracting
Sub-contractors are common for solar installers. Although it is fine to have "some", be cautious of companies that use a lot of sub-contractors. It can be great if they have particular expertise or have worked with the company for many years. There are many risks associated with too many sub-contractors.
Ask the company how they choose who to work with and what extra help will be responsible for and why. The property owner has the right to know the details of the job for which they are paying.
The best solar installers should also be advisors and interested in the project. They should be available to offer advice and a long-lasting relationship should new products become available.