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One thing I think that helped seal the deal is that Solarponics is a local company, and they’ve been around a long time. They’re here when you need them.

It was a turn-key deal. They did the permitting. They came out and did the measurements. Their engineers looked at it. The final system was just like the plan said. They did everything right.

The number one thing I can say about Solarponics is, from day 1, every single person that I worked with, literally every single person...so nice, so efficient, so easy to work with. I can't say enough about each and every person.

We did look into leasing and renting and had heard quite a few horror stories. So we then decided that buying the system outright from Solarponics was the best thing.

We picked Solarponics because we've seen other installations that they've done. Dealing with a local company has benefits because you're not calling 800 numbers when you think you need some help.

If you notice I have a smile on my face and that's because we've received a few bills since we installed the solar. We went from about $250 a month on our bill and our last bill was $4.97.

One thing I think that helped seal the deal is that Solarponics is a local company, and they’ve been around a long time. They’re here when you need them.

It was a turn-key deal. They did the permitting. They came out and did the measurements. Their engineers looked at it. The final system was just like the plan said. They did everything right.

Fred Kerr, Atascadero, California
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzmqAbLB6VA

The number one thing I can say about Solarponics is, from day 1, every single person that I worked with, literally every single person...so nice, so efficient, so easy to work with. I can't say enough about each and every person.

We did look into leasing and renting and had heard quite a few horror stories. So we then decided that buying the system outright from Solarponics was the best thing.

Danielle, Atascadero, CA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iu0-ovaXn2I

We picked Solarponics because we've seen other installations that they've done. Dealing with a local company has benefits because you're not calling 800 numbers when you think you need some help.

If you notice I have a smile on my face and that's because we've received a few bills since we installed the solar. We went from about $250 a month on our bill and our last bill was $4.97.

Mr. Larry Smyth, Real Estate Professional