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Reviews in Louisville to Repair Solar Panels

Solar Is Freedom
5.0
Highly recommend! I thought getting solar panels would be expensive, but it's not! They're actually SAVING me money. If I could afford it, you can too! Quick, painless installation. Paper signing was over Zoom (it's 2020). My representative, Andrew gave me his phone number so I can call with questions or help any time!
- Gracie T....
Solar Is Freedom
5.0
My husband was very interested in obtaining solar for our house in Louisville. I was very hesitant given the arrangements/permits/pricing that comes along with solar. Shelby helped ease us through the process. The initial call does seem scripted but it it to get to know you, your family and your wants and needs. The presentation was through zoom. Once we committed Shelby took care of our homeowners paperwork, zoning, electric company documents and stayed in contact with us the entire way. The guys who placed the panels and wiring were extremely respectful and helpful. Would absolutely recommend this company and Shelby to anyone who will listen.
- Shonna B....
Solar Is Freedom
4.0
Karim Kimble was our guy. He helped us as best he could. We are 27 panels installed. And yes our electric bill has gone down.
- Michele O....
SunWind Power Systems, Inc
5.0
We had a fabulous experience with SunWind Power. All expectations were met or exceeded. We love the look of our panels and are thrilled with the quality. Jeremy worked with us through every part of the process, and was a pleasure to talk to. He was very responsive by email and phone and took the time to answer all of our questions. SunWind Power uses high-quality materials that have a 25 year warranty, and that makes us rest easy that our investment was worth the cost. We highly recommend working with this company and have already recommended them to many of our friends. Solar power is possible in Kentucky!
- Katherine B....
Econ Solar Inc
3.0
When the salesman arrived, we determined that our house could actually utilize solar panels. So, we sat down to discuss the costs involved and potential return on investment. Or, so we thought. The salesman ended up giving us a long, drawn out presentation showing the history of the company and solar panel technology. He said that in some cases, electric bills can be taken down to zero or even go negative (meaning you are actually creating power). However, he was also clear that this is only the case with a certain number of panels and in certain situations. He also had us complete a questionnaire as to why we are interested in solar technology, which I can only now assume was his way of determining how best to bully us into buying them. At the end of this presentation, we finally were given an estimate of cost for the panels. (Around $30,000 for six panels). It has been long enough since we met with him that I cannot remember exactly, but I believe the time for return on investment given to us for 6 panels was between 15 and 20 years. (The electrical savings was minimal). We told him that was too much money to spend on our home for such a long time to return. He changed the amount of panels and added supposed "credits" to make it cheaper, but it was never something that was feasible for us. At this point, this man had been in our home for 3 hours. After being mentally drained from this long exchange, we felt pressured to buy something they were selling. So, we ended up purchasing the e-shield attic wrap, programmable thermostat, "custom" water heater blanket, and energy auditing system. I say "custom" because he described this water heater blanket as custom fit on site to our water heater and not "just a wrap like those other guys." Ends up, it's just a wrap taped down the front. The programmable thermostat and water heater blanket could have been bought just as easily at a home improvement store. The energy audit system is interesting to see how much energy you are using on a minute by minute basis, but the software is really useless unless you have solar panels. The e-shield was not very aesthetically installed, and I'm not exactly sure how we will determine if it is helping with heat control. We take sole responsibility for not being able to say no to this salesman. We were worn out during this process, and we are newer home owners, so we consider it a lesson learned. However, for anyone who is considering inviting this company into their home, they should be prepared to sacrifice their time as well as money. Start to finish, this person was in my home for 4 hours. I could have been educated about solar panels and given an estimate in less than 1 hour. I can only assume that their sales tactic is to wear you down until you finally buy something to get them to leave. It worked for this sucker; I wish everyone else better luck. *Also, for anyone who has had trouble with Gutter Magic, they are the same company. This was the first warning sign that I ignored as I had trouble with Gutter Magic in the past.
- Leanne N....
SunWind Power Systems, Inc
5.0
If solar installation were an event in the 2016 Olympics, the team from SunWind Power Systems of Floyds Knobs, Ind., would win the gold medal. Granted, I’m not a real judge in the world’s biggest sports spectacle. To be honest, I have only a dim grasp of athletics. But I am very discriminating when it comes to hiring people to work on my home, and I know good work when I see it. Several months ago, after 10 years of dreaming about adding rooftop solar, I finally decided to go for it. A work colleague recommended Jeremy Coxon at SunWind, so I contacted Coxon to see if he would design and install a solar PV system for my 1,300-square foot, all-electric home. It was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. Coxon and his associate, Trent Winlock, are exceptionally good at what they do. Coxon, an engineer, is a seasoned project manager who knows solar PV systems and out. Winlock is a talented, versatile craftsman and problem-solver. Both are hard workers who take professional standards to heart and who share a commitment to sustainable living. Unlike some companies that slap solar panels on the roof, collect their money and drive away, SunWind approached my project thoughtfully and strategically. They reviewed my annual power usage. They searched every nook and cranny of my house for air leaks, showing me where work was needed and prompting me to seal a crawlspace that had sucked out air for years. They used scientific data to determine where my panels would get maximum sun exposure. They even considered where to mount my inverter so it wouldn’t be an architectural eyesore. Then, and only then, they created a written plan for my approval, climbed atop my house themselves and made things happen. My 5,000 kW system began generating power in early May, and Duke Energy signed off on my net metering agreement soon after. Everything is working flawlessly. My most recent Duke bill (for usage May 17-June 16) was $3.45 compared to $92.95 for the same period last year. Hard to believe, but true. What’s more, SunWind made it possible for me to do something on an individual level to chip away at the problem of climate change. Every kilowatt hour I generate from the sun equals one less kilowatt hour generated by fossil fuels. That’s no small thing, and it gives me a wonderful feeling. If you’re thinking about adding solar, now or later, you’ll be hard-pressed to find anyone better than SunWind. Coxon and Winlock may not be actual Olympic athletes, but believe me when I say they will go the distance on your project, and you and the environment will be the winners.
- Denise F....

Repair Solar Panels in Louisville

4.0

(80)

Franklin, IN

Recent Review: Excellent customer service! Outstanding product quality!
4.9

(105)

Louisville, KY

Business Description: Automated Living provides superior electronic, automation, and integration services for all of our customer’s residential, commercial, and marine needs and desires. From simple home television installations, to installing complex pro audio/video/lighting systems for houses of worship; our knowledgeable and experienced professionals will work hard to ensure that our customers are completely satisfied. Automated Living proudly serves the Kentucky and Southern Indiana regions. However, our specialist will also travel long distances in order to provide custom, quality service for customer’s second homes, yachts, and/or commercial businesses
4.9

(22)

Milford, OH

Recent Review: Despite having several large trees in and near our yard, we decided to investigate the possibility of installing solar panels. We were upfront with the companies we contacted that our main concern was viability for our particular site, but also made it clear we would like to do the installation if at all practical. Icon was the most responsive and also the least expensive of the quotes we got. On her initial visit, Rachel, our salesperson, expressed concerns about the trees but said we would get a good estimate of potential electric energy production based on a follow-up site visit. We proceeded to that stage, and based on the estimates decided to install panels on both south-facing and east-facing sections of our roof. Jaye at Icon was particularly good to work with, quickly generating new plans as our thinking progressed. The installation went well, with one notable exception. The wiring through our attic was performed sloppily, with excess cable winding across the insulation and several flexible ducts inadvertently knocked loose from the collector box supplying HVAC to the upstairs. I felt that Icon did not take full responsibility, but the electrician absolutely did, and made things right. In the end, I give him a lot of credit - and also Icon for selecting such a responsible individual to subcontract their electrical work to. We have had the panels for over a year now. We have had no issues with any of the equipment, no roof leaks, and much lower electric bills. Still, production was below Icon's estimate by more than 30%. I would be the first to admit that our situation is more difficult than average to estimate, but this amount of error is surprising and disappointing. It is small consolation that Icon was not the only company to be so over-optimistic. Overall, I think Icon did about as good a job as possible for our situation. I just wish we had a more realistic idea going in what we were likely to get out of the system. [Cost does not include tax credit.]
5.0

(1)

Louisville, KY

Business Description: Specializing in roofing, siding, and gutters, Commercial and residential. All product lines for residential roofing including, shingles, metal, tile, and solar roofing and solar panels. We are Sales Consultants for the Swepco Corp. Their philosophy is "Save it...Don't Replace It". We offer complete roofing services, from fixing a single leak to complete roofing systems. Insurance covered work coordinated for you.
5.0

(50)

Amelia, OH

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Recent Review: It was a fantastic experience from start to finish
5.0

(7)

Louisville, KY

Recent Review: This owner-run independent business is an ideal partner for solar installations. I have installed three residential solar systems, and two were done by SunWIndPower (I now wish the st one had been as well). Jeremy the owner involved our family in every major decision, explained this complicated technology well and in simple, clear terms, and was present throughout. His final contract with us has changed we use the property in addition to making this house nearly energy self-sufficient. Without hesitation, SunWindPower Systems is the partner to choose for this kind of work.
3.0

(1)

Louisville, KY

Recent Review: When the salesman arrived, we determined that our house could actually utilize solar panels. So, we sat down to discuss the costs involved and potential return on investment. Or, so we thought. The salesman ended up giving us a long, drawn out presentation showing the history of the company and solar panel technology. He said that in some cases, electric bills can be taken down to zero or even go negative (meaning you are actually creating power). However, he was also clear that this is only the case with a certain number of panels and in certain situations. He also had us complete a questionnaire as to why we are interested in solar technology, which I can only now assume was his way of determining how best to bully us into buying them. At the end of this presentation, we finally were given an estimate of cost for the panels. (Around $30,000 for six panels). It has been long enough since we met with him that I cannot remember exactly, but I believe the time for return on investment given to us for 6 panels was between 15 and 20 years. (The electrical savings was minimal). We told him that was too much money to spend on our home for such a long time to return. He changed the amount of panels and added supposed "credits" to make it cheaper, but it was never something that was feasible for us. At this point, this man had been in our home for 3 hours. After being mentally drained from this long exchange, we felt pressured to buy something they were selling. So, we ended up purchasing the e-shield attic wrap, programmable thermostat, "custom" water heater blanket, and energy auditing system. I say "custom" because he described this water heater blanket as custom fit on site to our water heater and not "just a wrap like those other guys." Ends up, it's just a wrap taped down the front. The programmable thermostat and water heater blanket could have been bought just as easily at a home improvement store. The energy audit system is interesting to see how much energy you are using on a minute by minute basis, but the software is really useless unless you have solar panels. The e-shield was not very aesthetically installed, and I'm not exactly sure how we will determine if it is helping with heat control. We take sole responsibility for not being able to say no to this salesman. We were worn out during this process, and we are newer home owners, so we consider it a lesson learned. However, for anyone who is considering inviting this company into their home, they should be prepared to sacrifice their time as well as money. Start to finish, this person was in my home for 4 hours. I could have been educated about solar panels and given an estimate in less than 1 hour. I can only assume that their sales tactic is to wear you down until you finally buy something to get them to leave. It worked for this sucker; I wish everyone else better luck. *Also, for anyone who has had trouble with Gutter Magic, they are the same company. This was the first warning sign that I ignored as I had trouble with Gutter Magic in the past.

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What do customers in Louisville say about Repair Solar Panels?

Highly recommend! I thought getting solar panels would be expensive, but it's not! They're actually SAVING me money. If I could afford it, you can too! Quick, painless installation. Paper signing was over Zoom (it's 2020). My representative, Andrew gave me his phone number so I can call with questions or help any time!