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My Solar Company moved out of the Easton Solar Market! What Should I Do?

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My Solar Company moved out of the Easton Solar Market! What Should I Do

The solar power industry is highly competitive. With the number of competitors multiplying each year, it is not unusual for businesses to move from hot markets to stay afloat. If your solar company in Easton has moved out, here are the next steps you should take to ensure a seamless service throughout the life of the solar installation.

Track What Happened

If your solar company moved out, they might have transferred their clients to another solar company in Easton. You can then reach out to the new company and ask them to provide you with the services promised during installation. Depending on the legal nature of the move, you may continue following the same service agreement or enter a new service agreement with the same or similar terms.

Contact the Manufacturer

All equipment used in your solar installation comes with a manufacturer’s warranty. So, while your installer may have gone out of business, you are still covered by the manufacturer’s warranties. Depending on how much time is left in your product warranty, the manufacturer will provide you with all the support you need. In fact, at this point, it would also be a good idea to purchase extended warranties to stay covered through the lifetime of the hardware.

Buy Insurance

Without the service support of your installer, your solar installation is at a high risk of running into expensive issues. So, shop around for insurance that covers residential solar installation systems. Most insurance companies will readily offer you insurance coverage for a renewable energy system. This will give you good protection against damages, be it from external factors or regular breakdowns.

Get Into a New Service Agreement

Start contacting reputed solar companies in the area. A good solar company in Easton would have a long service record and enjoy positive reviews on online platforms. Schedule an appointment to discuss your situation and how they can help you get service support for your solar installation. You will have to enter a new service agreement. The cost of the new service support may vary depending on the size, age, and condition of the solar installation at your home.

Due Diligence is Key

Many solar companies have gone out of business over the years. The best decision you can make as a solar buyer is to choose a company that has been serving your region for at least 5 years. As a rule of thumb, the older the better. Green Power Energy, for example, is reputed, successful, and has been in business for 13 years. It provides top-notch service to all its customers, which is evident from its online reviews.

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