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Solar Harmonics Inc.

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Solar Harmonics Inc.

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Walter S.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

1 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I actually tell all of my friends to go to them, as they are pretty much top notch.

They were very fast, the work was great, and there were no flaws.

Robert M.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

2 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would tell a friend to use them, always buy and never lease, and that I trust his people completely.

They were extremely quick to respond to questions or concerns, and they came out and installed it flawlessly.

Dino S.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

3 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Great customer service, great follow-through, and a great product

The ease and how simple it was with them

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Jamie Duran, President

Solar Harmonics Inc. designs and installs photovoltaic solar systems for residential, commercial, and agricultural clients throughout California. In addition to providing systems that are designed to offset energy costs and reduce carbon footprints, the company has the in-house capabilities to install battery backup systems.

President Jamie Duran says Solar Harmonics’ customer-oriented approach to the solar process has been a crucial aspect of its success. “We love helping our clients lower their energy bills and improve their quality of life. Going solar is one of the easiest decisions a homeowner can make, especially in California. As the cost of living continues to rise, investing in a system that helps the environment and pays for itself within five years just makes sense.”

Solar Harmonics shows its clients how solar power can be used in a wide variety of applications that extend beyond traditional roof-mounted systems. “That’s essentially why I gave the company its name—I believe solar can work in harmony with many different industries, from HVAC to automotive,” says Mr. Duran. “We demonstrate how solar can become our clients’ primary source of electricity for everything they do, which they really appreciate.”

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COMPANY CONTACT
Service AREA

Alameda County
Contra Costa County
San Benito County
San Francisco
San Joaquin County
San Mateo County
Santa Clara County
Solano County
Alpine County
Butte County
Calaveras County
El Dorado County
Placer County
Sacramento County
Yolo County

SERVICES PERFORMED

Photovoltaic Solar System Installations
Battery Backup Systems

BRANDS Supported
  • Axitec

  • CSUN

  • Canadian Solar

  • LG Solar

  • Panasonic

  • Mission Solar

  • SolarEdge

DIAMOND CERTIFIED RESEARCHED ARTICLES ON Solar Harmonics Inc.

Solar Harmonics installed the solar panels on this house.

Company Profile

Solar Harmonics Inc. designs and installs photovoltaic solar systems for residential, commercial, and agricultural clients throughout California. In addition to providing systems that are designed to offset energy costs and reduce carbon footprints, the company has the in-house capabilities to install battery backup systems.

President Jamie Duran says Solar Harmonics’ customer-oriented approach to the solar process has been a crucial aspect of its success. “We love helping our clients lower their energy bills and improve their quality of life. Going solar is one of the easiest decisions a homeowner can make, especially in California. As the cost of living continues to rise, investing in a system that helps the environment and pays for itself within five years just makes sense.”

Solar Harmonics shows its clients how solar power can be used in a wide variety of applications that extend beyond traditional roof-mounted systems. “That’s essentially why I gave the company its name—I believe solar can work in harmony with many different industries, from HVAC to automotive,” says Mr. Duran. “We demonstrate how solar can become our clients’ primary source of electricity for everything they do, which they really appreciate.”

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Company Philosophy

“Our clients are very important to us, so we put all of our efforts into ensuring they’re completely satisfied with their projects. Our intentions on every job are to deliver on our promises, exceed the customer’s expectations and show them why they’ve made the right decision by going solar.”

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Comparative Summary

Maintaining customer satisfaction is a crucial aspect of any business, but it’s even more important for solar companies that have earned the prestigious Diamond Certified award. For Solar Harmonics Inc., the most effective way to keep clients satisfied is simple: match them with solar systems that perfectly meet their needs and fulfill their goals. “There are all kinds of benefits to going solar, and we make sure our clients know exactly what they are,” says President Jamie Duran. “Even when the tax incentives go away, electrical costs will never stop going up, so the savings will always be there with solar.”

Solar Harmonics has been designing and installing photovoltaic solar systems for residential, commercial, and agricultural clients throughout California since 2008. In addition to providing systems that offset energy costs and reduce carbon footprints, the company is qualified to install battery backup systems.

Unlike less experienced solar companies that take a “one size fits all” approach to every project, Solar Harmonics takes the time to assess each client’s situation and work with their best interests in mind. “We build systems that our clients can feel comfortable with for the long term,” says Mr. Duran. “We want them to see the value in our installations, products, warranties and financing. They know they’ll be able to enjoy their solar systems for years without having to worry, and they really appreciate that.”

Ultimately, Mr. Duran sees Solar Harmonics’ ability to diversify its services as its most important attribute. “Solar can work in harmony with many different industries, from HVAC to roofing to auto,” he says. “That’s why we named the company ‘Solar Harmonics’—we believe solar can become the source of electricity for everything in the home. We can deliver relief from high energy bills and eliminate our clients’ natural gas bills by partnering with HVAC contractors to replace old systems with devices that harness the power of the sun.”

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Industry Info

If you’re planning to install a solar system on your property, make sure you know the benefits of ownership versus leasing.

For many large purchases (homes, vehicles), there’s a time to lease and a time to buy. However, according to many experts, solar systems shouldn’t be on the list of potentially leasable items.

Take full advantage of tax credits.
“There aren’t a lot of advantages to leasing a solar system other than a fixed payment,” says Jamie Duran, president of Solar Harmonics Inc. in Brentwood. “Solar comes with a 30 percent tax credit, but when you do a lease or power purchase agreement, you give away that money to the finance company. That’s not a very good deal.”

Pay the principal quickly and boost the value of your home.
“I definitely recommend owning your solar system and receiving tax credits,” says Mr. Duran. “You can apply the credits to your loan principal, and just that one-time payment can turn a 20-year loan into an 11-year loan.”

In contrast, homeowners who rent solar systems can miss out on tax credits, leaving them owing much more over time. Also, some homeowners find that rented solar systems make it harder to sell their homes. “System leases put homeowners on the hook for the remaining lease payments, not the actual cost of the system, which means a $30,000 system can translate to a lien on your house,” warns Mr. Duran. “When you go to sell it, you’re stuck. The buyer either has to take on that lease, which is becoming rarer as buyers are getting more educated, or the seller has to buy out the loan, which can be a significant amount of the home’s profit. In contrast, an owned solar system will actually increase the value of your home.”

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How much will it cost to complete my solar project?
A: It depends on your unique needs. If you use a lot of power, you’ll need a lot of solar panels, but the opposite is also true.

Q: Will my current solar system be enough for my future needs?
A: If you’re going to be using a lot more power in the future—for example, if you buy an electric car or add a swimming pool—your current system might not be able to meet your needs. However, we’re very good at offsetting our clients’ historical usage, so we can design a system that will handle the power you expect to use.

Q: Why are some loan program payments lower than others?
A: Some payments account for the 30 percent tax credit that consumers get for going solar, but companies are allowed to show the amount of a loan payment after the tax credit, so the final amount can look drastically different from the amount another company shows. Also, those loans can carry fees up to 15 or 20 percent, which means if you have a $10,000 loan, you’ll also need to pay $2,000 in fees. Our rates are much lower than the industry average, and we try to get our clients approved through home equity loans so the interest is deductible and there aren’t any fees. Since January 1, 2019, every solar contract has to show the amount of the financing, and that’s going to be a really big help for consumers.

Q: What are community choice aggregations like Marin Clean Energy and East Bay Clean Energy? How will they affect my solar installation?
A: These are companies that have partnered with or been approved by a city or county to offer Green energy alternatives to the utility companies. They provide electricity that comes from environmentally-friendly sources. When someone with a solar energy system overproduces energy, they can get a much higher rate for that overproduction because they’re essentially selling power back to Marin Clean Energy or East Bay Clean Energy.

Q: Should I lease my solar system?
A: We don’t recommend leasing a solar system. There aren’t a lot of advantages other than having a fixed payment. Solar comes with a 30 percent tax credit that decreases over time, but when you have a solar lease or power purchase agreement, you give that money to the finance company. We recommend owning your system and applying your tax credits to the loan principal.

Q: Should landlords and rental property owners consider installing solar?
A: Absolutely. Once the system is paid off, it’s free money for a commercial property owner—like increasing rent without any pushback. It also creates more loyal tenants because they know they’d pay more for electricity in another home or building. Also, commercial property owners get a 30 percent tax credit and an accelerated depreciation expense, so about 52 percent of the project cost comes back in the form of incentives.

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  • Jamie Duran is president of Solar Harmonics Inc., a Diamond Certified company. He can be reached at (925) 335-6905 or by email.

Jamie Duran: A Solar Opportunity

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

BRENTWOOD — Jamie Duran spent his early career working in an environment that stifled his entrepreneurial spirit, so when he saw an opportunity to start his own business, it was like a ray of sunlight piercing the dark. “Before getting into solar, I worked in finance,” he remembers. “I’ve always been very entrepreneurial, but there’s little opportunity to exercise that trait in the financial world. There are a lot of rules and, worse still, a lot of politics, so it was a constant uphill battle to affect any real, positive change.”

In the mid-2000s, Jamie took notice of an increasing trend toward clean energy, manifested by the rising popularity of electric vehicles and solar power. “As a resident of Brentwood, I was aware of the massive electricity bills local homeowners paid for heating and air conditioning, and I wondered whether solar power would be a good solution for them. After doing some research, I quickly concluded the answer was an overwhelming ‘yes.’ This, along with the significant environmental benefits offered by solar power, made me realize it was a perfect avenue for me to pursue professionally. In 2008, I founded Solar Harmonics Inc., and after more than a decade of perseverance and growth, we’re still going strong.”

Today, Jamie says his favorite part of his job is improving his clients’ lives. “For many of the people we work with, which includes young families, retirees and farmers, saving a few hundred dollars each month can make a substantial impact. It’s very rewarding to know the work we do directly enhances our customers’ quality of life.”

A lifelong resident of Brentwood (where he lives with his wife, Denise, and their three children), Jamie spends his time outside of work on a variety of pastimes. “Work is a huge part of my life, but I still make time for activities like cycling, skiing and traveling with my family. We like taking road trips to see national landmarks like Mount Rushmore and Yellowstone Park. Also, our kids are involved in theater, so we’re big supporters of that.”

When asked about a professional philosophy, Jamie espouses the importance of clear communication. “As a professional, if a customer asks you a question, you should respond, even if that answer is, ‘I don’t know, let me do some research to find out.’ Some questions can be satisfied with a short answer, whereas others require a long answer. With solar, it tends to be the latter. Personally, I love talking about solar—it’s my favorite subject. That’s why I’m always happy to answer my customers’ questions and educate them about the products and processes involved.”

Ask Me Anything!

Q: What’s your favorite local restaurant?

A: Cre Asian in Brentwood.

Q: What’s your favorite sports team?

A: The Golden State Warriors

Q: Did you play any sports in high school?

A: I played tennis and was on the swim team.

Q: If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?

A: Alaska. Our next family trip is going to be an Alaskan cruise, so that will be taken care of shortly.

Q: Music or talk radio?

A: Talk radio—podcasts, actually. I listen to a ton of podcasts and even host my own called Straight-Talk Solar Cast.

Q: What’s your favorite thing to eat for breakfast?

A: An egg white omelet with bacon bits, cheese and Sriracha sauce.

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Expert articles
  • Energy Saving Tips for Your Swimming Pool

    BRENTWOOD — Everyone loves swimming pools, but no one loves the expenses required to maintain them. Between filtration and heating, a swimming pool consumes a lot of energy, which is anything but cheap, especially in California. Fortunately, there are a couple of ways you can cut the cost of powering your pool.

    One way is to upgrade your single-speed pool pump with a variable-speed model. Whereas single-speed pumps only have two settings (on and off), variable-speed pumps have the ability to run at higher or lower speeds depending on what’s needed. This feature makes variable-speed pumps about 90 percent more efficient than single-speed pumps, which translates to a substantial energy savings.

    Another step you can take is to replace your current pool heating system with an electric heat pump. This is especially lucrative if you have or are planning to install a solar power system. When you get your power from the sun, an electric heat pump can allow you to heat your pool for next to nothing. However, to conserve energy, you should still keep your pool covered when it’s not in use. After all, other areas of your home need electrical power as well, so minimizing the amount your pool consumes will ensure there’s plenty left for lighting, air conditioning and other aspects of your home’s operation.

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  • The Benefits of Solar for Commercial Properties

    BRENTWOOD — Nowadays, you hear a lot about how solar power can benefit homeowners, but what about the benefits it can bring to commercial property owners? The fact is, commercial property owners stand to gain as much as homeowners from solar power, and in many cases even more.

    The main benefit solar offers to commercial property owners is the same one it offers to homeowners: a substantial reduction in energy costs. Most commercial properties use a significant amount of electricity, and the more they use, the more they stand to benefit from solar. Take farmers, for example, who pay some of the highest energy rates. As high-risk business investors, farmers are essentially betting their entire net worth on the performance of their crops each season. With this combination of high risk and high energy costs, the amount of money solar can save the average farmer could potentially make the difference between them staying in business and going under.

    Even if your commercial property doesn’t consume the kind of energy a farm does, reduced electrical expenses nonetheless translate to extra money, which flows down to your bottom line and increases your cash flow. When divided by the market capitalization rate (the ratio of Net Operating Income [NOI] to property asset value), this additional cash flow can translate to a major gain in property value. In some cases, a $100,000 solar power system investment can yield up to $400,000 in property value from the first day—and that’s before the 30 percent federal tax credit! Because of this, a commercial solar installation in California can pay for itself in as few as three years, which is much faster than the average residential installation. So, if you want to simultaneously increase your business’ cash flow and add value to your commercial property, switching to solar power is the way to go.

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  • Video: Solar Benefits for Commercial Properties

    Complete Video Transcription:

    BRENTWOOD — Host, Sarah Rutan: Everyone knows solar can save homeowners money, but did you know this also applies to business owners? Today we’re in Brentwood with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Jamie Duran of Solar Harmonics to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Jamie Duran: So, today’s solar tip is on commercial properties and solar power. Well, solar on a commercial property is a no brainer because solar will reduce the electricity expense, and when the electricity expense is reduced, that’s just extra money that flows right to the bottom line which increases the cash flow. Now cash flow divided by the market cap rate, which is a lot of real estate talk, shows a huge increase in the value of the property, and that generally what – how that works is $100,000 investment in solar yields about $400,000 in value from the first day, and that’s ignoring the tax incentives, which are currently 30 percent federal tax credit – it’s going down to 26 percent next year – and then 100 percent federal depreciation expense in the first year. What that translates to is that solar projects in California in PG&E territory have a break-even time of about three years. So, really, solar for commercial properties, farms, wineries is really a no-brainer.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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  • Video: Preparing to Switch to Solar

    Complete Video Transcription:

    BRENTWOOD — Host, Sarah Rutan: When planning to install a solar energy system, there are a few steps you should take to be prepared. Today we’re in Brentwood with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Jamie Duran of Solar Harmonics to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Jamie Duran: So, let’s talk about getting ready for a solar project. The first thing that we recommend clients to do is actually get their own financing. There’s so many different options that solar companies will present. Some of them – most of them are way too good to be true, so do some research on what is the best financing for you whether it’s secured, unsecured, definitely not a lease, definitely not pace loans, but do some research. Then the next thing is trim back the trees. If you have trees that are overgrowing your roof, not only is it, you know, it’s not great for the solar, but it’s also a potential fire hazard, and more recently we found out it’s a huge rodent issue. So, trim back the trees.

    If you have a pool, we can talk about that in another tip, but it’s getting that ready as well. But checking into if you’re going to get an electric vehicle, because we have to plan for that as well, and we highly encourage you to get an electric vehicle. So, – so those are the really the main things you need to do to prepare for going solar, but give us plenty of room on your roof with trimming back the trees, getting your finances in order so you are in charge of the solar process rather than the solar company and you’ll have a much better solar experience.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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  • Video: How to Cut Costs With Running Your Pool

    Complete Video Transcription:

    BRENTWOOD — Host, Sarah Rutan: If the cost of running your swimming pool is putting a damper on your budget, you’ll want to know about a couple of energy-saving measures. Today we’re in Brentwood with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Jamie Duran of Solar Harmonics to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Jamie Duran: So, everyone loves swimming pools. I love my pool. What I don’t love is that it is expensive, expensive to maintain, and especially expensive for the power that it uses for the pool pump and the pool heater. So, one of the first things we recommend is a replacement of the single-speed pool pump with a variable-speed pool pump. They are about 90 percent more efficient, so they use obviously 90 percent less power. The other thing that we highly recommend is replacing whatever kind of heating system is being used with an electric heat pump. So, most pool contractors – not so in favor of the electric heat pump, but in California they make huge sense. And how they work is they use air induction to force warm air into the pool so there’s nothing put onto the roof, and so it’s – it’s a much more efficient system.

    It heats the pool great, but the big thing about pools is keeping it covered. All of the heat that we’re putting in during the day or early morning leaves at night when the temperature drops. So, the more the pool can stay heated and stay covered, it’s much less of an electricity bill, which translates to much fewer – many fewer solar panels that we have to put on the roof.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

     

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Phone SURVEY RESPONSES FROM 100 VERIFIED CUSTOMERS i
Solar Harmonics Inc. : Average 9.9 out of 10 based on 100 unique customer surveys of customer satisfaction.

Walter S.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

1 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I actually tell all of my friends to go to them, as they are pretty much top notch.

They were very fast, the work was great, and there were no flaws.

Robert M.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

2 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would tell a friend to use them, always buy and never lease, and that I trust his people completely.

They were extremely quick to respond to questions or concerns, and they came out and installed it flawlessly.

Kay H.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

3 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They have a great product, and they should use them.

He was very honest about the price, and he did a good installation. I trust him a lot.

Carl E.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

4 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They were very responsive, and they were very quick. When I had a problem with one of the converters, they came out within a week to fix it.

They put it on, and it works.

Rick G.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

5 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Jamie, the owner, was very consultative, and there was no pressure. He just gave me the information and let me make the decision that was best for me.

His honesty and his customer service

Pierre C.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

6 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are very efficient, and they have great communication. They are very dependable.

I just liked their professionalism and the follow-up.

Terri H.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

7 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Very professional, very thorough, and very diligent in making sure all of your questions are answered, they also handle all of your permitting requirements.

The personal attention from Jamie, and I also really liked their apps on the phone and the dashboard on their website. They have great tools.

Steve S.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

8 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

That it is a very easy process, and they make it really simple for you.

I guess the people whom I dealt with

Mark T.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

9 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

That they do the work correctly

It was on time, and everything that was promised was delivered. It works.

Isabella R.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

10 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They follow through, and they give you all of the options.

The personal customer service, and they came to check up on the system afterwards. They made sure everything was running, and they showed us the website.

Stephanie B.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

11 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Very easy to work with, and they did the job without any problems.

Just very easy to work with

Alejandra T.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

12 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are easy to work with, fast, and very informative.

I did a lot of shopping around, and I thought it was a good value.

Kris I.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

13 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would tell them that they make you feel comfortable about the whole process.

They were there for every question that we had, immediately.

Spencer M.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

14 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are very helpful about keeping me informed about all of the steps and about things to consider.

The communication all the way through, it was easy to get a hold of Jamie.

Zachary W.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

15 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

We just found the process really easy, and they had the best value.

They were very easy to work with, and they got the work done really quickly.

Dorothy D.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

16 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Very helpful, trustworthy, and honest

I really liked Jamie Duran, the owner. He was not pushy. He was straightforward and very informative.

Michael L.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

17 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They were prompt, and they provided beginning-to-end service from the time we met the salesperson to the very quick quote that we got. The quote was clear, and we didn't have to put any money down. There was no out-of-pocket expenses, and they also arranged with PG&E to get the final hook-up done. They gave us a copy of the papers that came with it, which is a description of what you have purchased.

The salesman was excellent. You have to get set up with a monthly payment arrangement if you are not paying for it outright, which was very smooth as well. I liked the ease of the whole process and the quality of the work.

Dwayne W.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

18 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

It was a pain-free experience, and Jamie, the owner, made me feel like I was one of his own. It was just a really great experience.

Just the overall friendliness and how they explained everything including the procedures

Scott H.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

19 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are a very good company, and they give you an estimate. They come out and do the job. They do an excellent job, and they finish on time. They did extra work at the end to make sure it was perfect.

Easy to talk to, and the prices were pretty good. The product seems to be pretty good, and they hooked it up to the PG&E successfully and very quickly.

David J.

VERIFIED Solar Harmonics Inc. CUSTOMER

20 of 100

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

It is a great investment.

They provided me with exactly what I wanted.

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