Review for Sunwork Renewable Energy Projects
SunWork's model lets us deliver solar power to homeowners with already modest electricity use (and correspondingly low electricity bills) for significantly less than the conventional cost, allowing more people to make the switch to solar and enabling broader adoption of this clean, safe, and renewable alternative to the sources of energy that contribute to climate change.
SunWork takes care of every aspect of a solar installation, from site analysis and system design, to permitting and rebate paperwork, to installation, inspection, and continued support. We also provide a 10 year workmanship warranty with our installed systems.
SunWork is committed to creating a safe, energetic, enjoyable, and meaningful experience for its volunteers, and to achieving the highest standard of quality and convenience for its customers.
Nice people and great price for a small system
SunWork is a nonprofit that specializes in small solar installations. They only accept customers whose electric bills are less than $100/month. They use a combination of volunteer labor and paid employees.
I'm very glad that I found out about SunWork. I live in a townhouse and my electric bill is about $30/month. Two of the big solar companies refused to even give me a quote, one because they don't do townhouses and the other because my electric bill is too low. Two other big solar companies gave me quotes that were much higher than SunWork's price.
Marc Fontana of SunWork came to my house to give me the quote, and returned later to lead the installation. He was very helpful with answering all of my questions, and made sure that the installation was done properly. He also returned to my house for the inspection, which we passed the first time. The system has been up and running for two weeks, and is working well.
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