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  • Coconino Electric
    They came out, quickly assessed the problem, then repaired the electric solar system and got me back up and running again. They also installed a few ceiling fans for me too.
    Chuck S.
  • Verde Solar Power
    Well the owner Greg came right over about 6pm. He check the breakers, then the electrical connections with a meter. Then he took off the face of the inverter and looked inside. He took pictures and told me that he would order me a new one tomorrow morning and there would be no charge. There was some sort of issue with the manufacturer of the inverter which would take some time to resolve I guess. So Greg came back the next day with a brand new unit and stated that no need for me to have to wait. He will deal with the company himself and I was good to go! Still no cost to me. You just can't beat that kind customer service! read less
    Duane B.
  • Verde Solar Power
    These are true "local" solar experts for the Prescott and Verde Valley. It was a pleasure dealing with Greg and his staff. They designed and crafted the best installation for our home. We did look at other regional and national companies, but they could not match the expertise and service history of Verde Solar Power. I can't say enough how Greg successfully worked through all the APS paperwork and delays. Buy local and get the best equipment and service. Highly recommended for your solar installation read less
    Larry B.
  • Verde Solar Power
    I have always wanted a solar system but being a renter could not get one. Verde Solar Power just introduced their new PowerCaddy 600 to 2800 watt inverter with 100 to 2000 watt array. It is customize-able with a variety of inverters, charge controllers, panels and batteries. You could even power a whole how with a larger battery bank that was left at the house while the PowerCaddy is taken out a camping trip or with the RV. I really like the options this thing has. Verde Solar Power has been doing solar for over 14 years. I trust their experience. Their principle engineer Greg is very knowledgeable and helpful. I highly recommend Greg and the staff at Verde Solar Power. If I had a home, I would use them to put a hybrid grid-tied battery backed system in or at least an on-grid tied system read less
    David B.
  • Pur Solar Inc
    I did this better than 5 yrs ago...have two solar (passive) panels for hot water on the roof, that is pumped down to the container and pumped into the Hot water heater..
    ted s.
  • Hayman Home Center
    One of the water pumps on my 17 year old solar hot water system was very hot, noisy and was running continuously. Fred Hayman arrived and checked the system components and explained their uses to me while he measured their functions. After his preliminary inspection he suspected that the heat exchanger pump was the culprit so he flushed the heat exchanger in both directions to remove debris or bubbles. This fixed the problem and now the system is purring again. Fortunately Fred had installed the system back in 1997 so he was very familiar with it. The fact that the system has worked flawlessly for 17 years speaks to the quality of its components and the workmanship of the installation read less
    Marvel S.
  • Solar City
    We got a rebate, and then we paid so much money, and so it costs us $96 a month. Our last electric bills were $18. It depends on what time of the year, this last winter it was cooler than normal, so you are going to use more electricity. It is for the long haul, it is not for the short haul, because even when prices go up, our prices will remain the same read less
    Jon P.
  • Pur Solar Inc
    We have used Pur Solar for several upgrades on our ranch. The latest job came in under budget, was completed on time and the site was cleaned up after the work was completed. As professional as it gets.
    John C.
  • The Solar Store
    We had signed up for a rebate through our electric company, to have a complete solar system installed at our house. We finally received word that we were approved, so, with confirmation in hand, we began looking for a company to do the project and we decided on ?The Solar Store?. We decided on a 32 panel system mounted on a framework structure, that could also act as a covered parking area. The contract was completed on May 23rd of 2013. It was proposed to us that it would be that after The Solar Store received an initial deposit, they would file for the permits and that it would take about 6 weeks for the permits to be approved and once the permits were in hand, it would be another 4-6 weeks to complete the project. Things are never as good as they sound. The Solar Store received their initial payment in the first week of June 2013, with the understanding that the project had to be completed by September 21st, which was the due date. After well over 6 weeks we had not heard anything, so I made a call to the county. The permits are filed under the address and she was not showing any permits being filed. It is relevant to point out that under the terms of the rebate, the person(s) has a set time limit in which to complete the project, if it is not completed, then the rebate is forfeit and given to the next person(s) on the list. A one time extension of 30 days, past the due date, is allowed. Calls were made to the Solar Store to ascertain when they would get started and all we received was one excuse after another. During one phone call it was revealed that the plans had been approved but were just sitting on a desk, like they had forgotten about. I actually have lost track on the number of times I called them, furiously letting them know how inept I thought they were and for all the calls, all we received was more excuses and promises. The due date was fast approaching and they had not even made a tire track on my property, to show any progress. We filed for our one time extension, and I called and told them that it does not matter when they start, they only have until October 21st to complete the system or there would be no payment from our electric company, and we would not be making up the difference. On the 10th of October they finally started! 11 days before the deadline, not 11 working days, just 11 days. I told them that I had no confidence that they would be finished in time. The sub-contractor, who was tasked with digging the trench line and the concrete foundation, was on scene and he told me what his plan of attack was. It dawned on me that The Solar Store failed to inform him exactly where our power lines were, in relation to our house. He assumed from the front, and I pointed out to him that the power comes from the back of the house and I was about to point out to him that The Solar Store had not even bothered to contact the locate company, to locate our underground utility lines, when he made the same observation. Another delay. I want to point out that this sub-contractor (Campas Construction Co, out of Douglas Arizona) did a great job! Despite the delay, of the locates, he managed to do what he said he would, in the time he said he would do it. Unfortunately he could not finish because The Solar Store did not provide him with the mounting hardware for the structure. On the good side; The Solar Store did complete the project....sort of. They could not pour the foundation because not only did The Solar Store not have the hardware on site, that needs to be embedded in the concrete, they did not have ANY of the framework structure on site. A call to the electric company was made, by The Solar Store, and they got approval to install the panels on a temporary grid, until the hardware and frame could be installed. The system is operational, but not to the design we agreed upon. The company, that manufactures the framework/structure, attempted to deliver it to my house using Fed-Ex because that is what they were directed to do and I had to be there to sign for it so I had to arrange to take the day off at the last minute. I was expecting The Solar Store to send a crew to off load it, but I was wrong. When the truck arrived, and no Solar Store crew on hand, I asked the driver if this was normal. The driver explained that they usually delivered it to the installers, not directly to the house and when they do there is a crew with equipment to off load it. The framework was in a crate approximately 4 feet tall, 3 feet wide, 15 ft long weighing over a thousand pounds and all the driver had was a pallet jack. I refused the load as I was not about to have the driver attempt that undertaking. To his credit, he would have off loaded all those pieces by hand, had I requested it but I?m not going to make him suffer through that. I took a day off from work, for no reason. After debacle I called The Solar Store and asked to speak to the owner, she was on vacation. I then asked if we were the first customers that they had ethisver had, because the amount of ineptitude was reaching epic proportions. I also wanted to know why I was expected to take time off from work and oversee the delivery of anything when I was paying them to install it. A few days later we received a call from Fed-Ex, informing us that a second delivery was going to be attempted and that I would need to be there to sign for it. Are you kidding me? It took another round of phone calls to get it sorted out. The county came out to inspect the framework and concrete forms and once again, there was no mounting hardware, so the inspection failed. It is now into November and my system is still not completed, in fact, I came home one day and found my system had been completely disassembled! It seems that the temporary install was in the way of where the overhead structure needed to be assembled, so my solar system is going to be off line for at least another week! As a teenager I worked construction and we built entire houses, in less time than The Solar Store has taken, so far, and they are not even completed yet. I did some checking and it seems that a lot of the solar companies have exceeded their capabilities, to get systems installed apparently because the feds are going to drop the incentive so they want to get in as many projects as possible and it seems that The Solar Store is one of the worst. The project is now in it?s sixth month and it is almost done, it is operational and the structure looks great, but the final inspection revealed that no one bothered to drop in marking/warning ribbon in the electrical trench. Once that has been completed we should receive a pass on the final inspection. If we could offer any suggestions, it would be to get a completion date written into the contract, otherwise, you might suffer as we did. If they are not willing, then I would move on to someone else read less
    Michael L.
  • Northern Arizona Wind & Sun
    I purchased the solar tracker from them 2 years in advance to my installing it. The reason that I did that is because I lived in Michigan but knew that I was going to retire in Arizona. I decided not install it before I moved because I didn't want to risk the tracker being stolen. When I went to install the tracker 2 years after I purchased I figured out that I had the wrong tracker. I still had the tracker in the original paper work with the receipt included. I tried to return the tracker and get one that would be compatible with what I have. I finally was able to get them agree after several phone calls to supply me with the brackets that I would need to make the adjustment to make sure the tracker was going to be fully optimal. However, after many phone calls I keep getting the run around and I have not been able to get them to keep to their word read less
    Howard A.
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