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"I met with owner/field representative
Bavin (very nice man, not pushy or overbearing, was informative and gave me a discount on the initial" repair) and discussed the scope of work needed and the options to get it completed. After that meeting, he said I would be contacted by their office manager
and she would schedule the work. I waited for almost two weeks with no call and decided to call and see what was up. I had to leave a message because
was not in the office and only she could set the appointment. I left my number and waited. Again, no call... I then decided to call
and let him know I had not been contacted and that I wanted to be sure someone would get back to me. He said he would have someone call me right away and get the appointment set up. I was then called by
later that day and was given the reason that they had my number wrong and could not get in touch with me. I understand that things happen, so I let it go. I set the appointment with
and ended the call. The day of the appointment,
arrived with his crew who performed work. The work was done well but due to the age of the roof, I needed a roofer to come in and do repairs before
and his crew could finish. That delay had nothing to do with
, it was all on my end and it took some time to complete. Once the roof issue was corrected, I called in again and spoke with
to get the work completed. She was on the other line/project and said she would get back to me with a time. I then waited again, no call back and after two days I had to call in yet again to find out what happened. I spoke with
again and she informed me of a date that they would be out to finish the job. I said OK and when that day came around, nobody was here. I called in again and was told it was a "mistake" and they were sorry but the next date was not for another week. So I waited another week and finally got the job completed. The whole time through this,
was very professional and did everything as he promised. He also came back out to connect a controller line that my pool service supplied to make sure the unit was up and running. Flash forward to about two weeks ago, I noticed that there were bubbles in my pool and it sounded like the air check valve was stuck open. I called in to
to make a service appointment, left a message with my name and number and never got a call back to date. I have never seen this many issues with an office and such a terrible follow-through. Once, even twice I would understand but this is beyond that and really comes down to terrible office service.

-BARBARA T.

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"Everything from scheduling, designing, installation and post install support has been fantastic. They have done an excellent job.

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Are you talking about powering your home solely on solar (i.e. no back up power source or off grid).

 

The power, once convered from DC to AC via the inverter, is suitable for use by the home. 

 

Most solar application are in supplement to the current powering of the home and will spin the meter back in the day but are not the primary. 

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OK - that should strike Atlantic Plumbing off your vendor list !

You say female pipe to copper pipe connection - I hope you are not saying they connected copper directly to galvanized or black iron pipe. If so, there should have been a dielectric union put in there to prevent corrosion, which could be part of your problem.

Also, generally a bad idea to use teflon tape for hot water tank connections - too much thermal cycling, loosens it up over time. Should use plumbers dope for that application.

It sounds to me like a connection problem - if the tank itself was leaking it should be flooding the top of the tank or more likely running down through the insulation and dripping out the bottom.

Unless you are a do it yourselfer, sounds like you need to find a new plumber with good reviews and rating in your area - Search the List (in green banner bar). This should be an easy fix - should have him put in dielectric couplings (about $5-10 each depending on pipe size) if current connection is iron to copper, and even if not, have him redo connection not only for cold but also hot water - if one was done poorly, probably both were.

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Great job! Had to remove an old, lower quality unit and replace with new solar tube. Installed 2 additional tubes and did a very good job!
- Philip A.
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Initially I spoke with
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who later came out and worked on the monitoring system. My consult was with a young man named
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who was very knowledgeable and best of all did not give off the "salesman" vibe. Some of the other companies sell Solar like the aluminum siding salespeople in the movie Tin Men. The more I spoke with
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the more trust I had with Mimeos and the more I found myself hoping that the pricing and product was going to be fair and solid. I had gotten answers to my many questions about Solar from other bidders who had come out, but when I asked the same questions of
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he usually gave me simpler, better answers to those same questions. The company does more than solar and hires independents to do the work. They do have all the necessary licensing--I would check this online for any installer I plan to hire. One of the most important elements in my buying decision was to make sure that I generated enough energy to cover my entire bill for the year. When I brought up the fact that my last years energy usage might be low compared to previous years with other companies it was mostly ignored.
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took time to look at my spreadsheet (with my previous energy totals and bills) and discuss what would work best for me. All the people who worked on the job I got to know on a first name basis--not because they were there too long--just because they were all professional and friendly. Keeping the work area clean everyday is important and they were extremely thoughtful in this regard. I was told ahead of time when workers were coming and everyone working on the project went out of the way to make sure my neighbors weren't disturbed. All the hardware went in easily and the only issue I had was with accessing the monitoring software. I switched from a static
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to a dynamic (the system was originally set up with a static
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and was working), so there needed to be some changes to get it working. The system was still generating energy fine, but I wasn't able to view it. Mimeos kept following up until the system was operational and functioning normally. Other companies might disappear after final payment is received, but not Mimeos. I would frequently get emails from Kaliza during the process about inspections, rebates and general updates on the entire process. Whenever I would get an email from her I sometimes thought she was even more excited about my solar project than me--just a very pleasant vibe. On occasion I spoke with
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, the owner, about certain concerns I had and he was very accommodating and took care of me as well. When I almost made the decision to hire another company I spoke to
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and explained the situation and he worked with me on the system to get the bids closer in price. I consciously made the decision to pay a little more knowing that I wouldn't have to worry about the end result or have aggravation during the process (and I'm sure glad I did)! I highly recommend Mimeos!
- Brian B.
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The thing that attracted me to
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is that they had been in business 30 years! Some of the other companies were barely pushing 3 years. I first spoke to a woman, was then referred to
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, got a call from
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who was my future contact and got an email from
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. Since I had already got more than a few estimates at this point I wanted to make sure that they would be in the "ballpark"--I was concerned about wasting both mine and their time.
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promised me an estimate 2-3 days later and I received it after emailing a day after that--they are obviously busy. After reviewing the estimate and speaking more with
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he felt that a site visit/measure would make the most sense. He came out a week later and revised the original estimate with hard numbers. He was, by far, the most knowledgeable and experienced person I spoke with regarding solar. It wasn't that he just knew everything (he did!) it was that he could relay the information is easy to understand plain language. He was extremely patient and pushy is not in his nature. So, why didn't I use
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? It was the price. Although I was willing to pay a little more for the service, warm and fuzzy feeling, knowing I was getting the best gear, etc. I couldn't justify $10k more for it. I wholeheartedly recommend
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. If you aren't looking to pinch pennies and don't want to waste time interviewing contractors that you won't end up using anyway, just go with the BEST and give them a call.
- Brian B.
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I spoke with Dapo on the 20th and was told that it would take 1-2 days to get a meeting set up. Due to a conflict I had I met with
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on the 26th. I was a bit confused because
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seems to be the President of WorldStarSolar, but was representing/working for
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(which seems to have independents working with them)? To be honest, I'm not sure what the exact situation is... If there is one word to describe
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it would be "persistent." He called, emailed more than all the other companies put together. I'm not the type that gets intimidated by people, but I was starting to feel that enough was enough. Let me back up...
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was extremely knowledgeable and presented a good system at the best price of any of the other companies. If price is the most important thing I would call him first. He wasn't tied to any particular brand of equipment and when I changed my mind about the brand of panels I wanted, he was more than happy to adjust the bid. He was always quick with an answer and if he didn't know, he'd check and then get back to me. However, I started to get the feeling that his persistence and answers involved a little bit of "fast-talking." In fact, I decided to move forward with the project, but during the contract process an issue came up with the monitoring system. It was a small issue and
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was going to take care of it, but I just felt that the whole process was being rushed and that something else might get forgotten along the way. The project was just too expensive to not have a "good feeling" about it. In the end, I think it was just not a good personality match, so I would still consider recommending someone call
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for an estimate.
- Brian B.
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I spoke with the receptionist(?)
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and she transferred me to
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(who was an intake person). After answering a few questions I was set up for an appointment with
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. Due to an emergency our first appt. needed to be re-scheduled, but the
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was nice enough to come to my office and go over the system. The equipment recommended seemed to be high quality but the panels were lower power in comparison to other recommendations and power optimizers were recommended in order to increase efficiency. Although I thought this might make the bid more expensive, the price was actually reasonable compared to other bids I received. All my questions were answered although I didn't get the feeling that the salesperson was quite as knowledgeable as some of the others I met with. I was given a nice brochure specifically tailored to my bid that included product info, information about
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and diagrams of the layout for my place, etc. Because I decided that I would rather stay away from power optimizers and go with fewer, higher power panels I went with another company. I wouldn't discourage anyone from getting an estimate from them--and they have been in business for ~ 8 years now.


- Brian B.
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I spoke with a woman and left my name and number. I received a callback within 30 minutes and spoke with
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. He "pre-qualified" me over the phone and recommended an outright buy over financing. He mentioned rebates and tax credits as well as talking about whether I wanted to cover my entire bill or just Tier 1. In case you don't know, on DWP's standard service has tiered pricing. The lowest rate is Tier 1 then it goes to Tier 2, etc. If you use a lot of energy then you will end up paying a higher rate. A good alternative is a plan called "time of use." You get charged higher rates during peak time, but lower off peak. Of course, you are generating solar energy during peak time (daytime), so in the long run this plan may be much better for solar users. It is possible to have a truly ZERO bill with time of use while standard plans always have at least a $10/month charge just to maintain the service. I met with
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Saturday morning. He was a wealth of information, was adamant about the company using the best panels and the best invertors. He recommended against the micro-inverters (which I found to be about 70% of the people I spoke to). Their warranty also included cleaning the panels (which none of the other companies did--although some said cleaning wasn't necessary anyway). The problems started when I started to ask about pricing. I studied mathematics in college, but soon enough I was drowning in numbers--prices, percentages, rebates, etc. I still have the papers with all the scribbling on it and I'm not sure I can make any sense of it. Some of it had to do with financing, but really he was just offering me a low wattage system that wasn't competitive with other bids I received. Clearly, I was being misjudged. He thought my concern about price meant that I wanted to spend less at any cost and this was not the case. At one point during the conversation I believe he told me that he was "still hung-over from last night..." Still, I was impressed with his knowledge and confidence. When it came down to it, the system was more expensive and did not offer the same amount of energy output that I had received from other bids. Also, I felt that he was a bit of a "hustler" so I passed.
- Brian B.
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I left a message at 11 am and received a callback at 3:30 and spoke with
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. He was very pleasant and enthusiastic and asked the standard questions: Do I own the home, do I plan to lease or buy, how did I hear about solar, etc. I set an appt. for the next evening and I received a call to confirm the evening appt. the same day of the appt. I met with
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and he was very patient and answered all my questions. I tend to be a fairly technical person, so I began asking about the equipment they use, etc. He answered most of the questions completely, but he wasn't 100% on some of the questions about the process with my electrical company. Like most of the companies they offered an electrical upgrade at a very low price ~ $1500, monitoring, etc. I soon found out that there are 3 options for inverters: micro, standard and power optimizers. Power optimizers and micro-inverters cost more and due to the fact my roof is all flat and pointed in a good direction the micro-inverters/power optimizers seemed to be a waste of money and increased the
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of reliability issues. I felt good about the meeting and professionalism of the company but the price was so much higher than every other company that I just couldn't consider moving forward.




- Brian B.
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I made the initial call and spoke with
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--she was very friendly and took down all my information. They offer evening appointments, so I was able to get a meeting scheduled for 6:15 that evening. I received a confirmation email about 5 minutes later with the estimator's info and a request for 12 months of my energy usage. The energy bill is asked for by every company, so you might as well have a copy ready for any meeting you plan to have. My meeting was with
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and as this was my first meet I had many questions. He had information on his laptop with a satellite photo of my roof and had planned out a possible system design. He asked some (what I learned would become) typical questions about my roof composition, where the panels would go--garage vs. roof--and my typical energy usage and plan. He asked if I planned to lease versus buy. At this point I didn't really know, so I asked about both. Solar City offers financing so they are a one-stop shop (in that respect). I recommend a sheet of questions to ask the prospective company and take copious notes, because after a point it will all start to get jumbled together.
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explained the process and payment schedule. Overall, the consult was going very well and I liked him. Things started to change when I indicated that I would be interviewing other companies and didn't want to sign a contract that evening. He started to get more aggressive and pushy with the sales pitch. I have been a salesman for over 20 years and don't appreciate a hard-sell myself. He seemed convinced that a lease option made the most sense because the company owns the panel, takes care of their maintenance and assures a certain level of production. To me this made the least sense because the savings was the smallest, the company took the rebates instead of me and I had to sign an agreement for 20 years! don't get caught in this trap. If you decide you want to sell your house then you'll be paying for solar panels on someone else's home for the rest of the lease period! Anyway, he left in a bit after I assured him I wasn't going to sign--he kept asking me to sign a rebate agreement and threatened that I might
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at a rebate. I confirmed that this was bullsh*t after talking directly with the DWP--they told me it was a scare tactic to get people to sign right away. In any case, I was turned off and decided that I wouldn't be using them for my solar install.
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tried to get me to commit to a specific time when I would be making a decision--another turnoff since this was my first meeting and I was in no rush and didn't have any idea on how I would proceed at this point. He left telling me he would call back in a week to check, but he must have realized that he blew the meeting at that point and I never heard from them again.
- Brian B.

All Solar Panel Installers in Boston, MA

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A Romano Co Inc

PO Box 6006
Chelsea

Absolute Green Energy

92 Gardener Street
Worcester

AccuAire Inc.

P.O. Box 410
Reading

Achieve Renewable Energy LLC

100 Cummings Ctr Ste 211C
Beverly

Advanced Energy Systems Development

24 Hampden Street
Wellesley

Affinity Construction, Inc.

25 Osgood St.
Salem

Affordable Energy Systems, LLC

264 Blackstone Street
Blackstone

ALTERNATE ENERGY

60 Fire House Rd
Plymouth

American Electrical Services Inc

40 Abbott Ln
Chelmsford

andrews general contracting

117 Holden St
Shrewsbury

Andrews Plumbing & Heating

21 Reynard Street
Gloucester

Astrum Solar

8955 Henkels Ln

Atlantic Heating & A/C Co Inc

116 Cypress St
Brookline Village

Bartlett Electrical Services

56 Wood St
Hopkinton

Bay State Energy Inc

88 Webster St
Worcester

BEACH POOLS

10 Bennett Highway
Saugus

BILL MORIN CONSTRUCTION CO

849 MENDON RD
Northbridge

Boston Main Electrical Corp

470 Atlantic Ave
Boston

Brad Stoler

Newtonville

Brendan P Sullivan Electric

16 West St
Pembroke

Brightstar Solar

257 Maple St, Unit 2
Marlborough

BRISTOW ELECTRIC CO INC

74 FOREST ST
Attleboro

CARDOSO ELECTRICAL SERVICES

414 LOWELL ST
Wakefield

CCL Mechanical LLC

P.O. Box 541074
Waltham

Cederholm Electrical Contractors

14 Clapp Ave.
Weymouth

Central Mass Plumbing & Heating, LLC

172 Wildwood Ave
Worcester

Chris Killam Electric

63 Cherry St.
Shrewsbury

Chris Powers Electrician

10 Cole St
Kingston

Cooling Unlimited Inc

565 Main St
Reading

Couto Construction Inc

478 North Front St
New Bedford

DAE Electric

299 Washington St
Cambridge

Dan Mcgrath

Somerville

David J. Black Electric, LLC

741 Pulaski Blvd
Bellingham

DeMarco Realty Group

2 Spruce Run
Beverly

Dick Moreau Master Electrican

128 South Main Street

DiOrio Builders and Designers Inc

5050 Washington St
West Roxbury

DPH Electric

67 Darrow Street
Quincy

E.T. Radiant, LLC

4 Flagg Road
Acton

EASTERN SOLAR SERVICES

115 BOSTON POST ROAD
Wayland

Edward McCrohan Electrician

86 Jerome Street
Berkley

ELECTRICAL DYNAMICS INC

72 CONCORD ST
North Reading

ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY INC

400 W CUMMINGS PRK
Woburn

Endless Mountains Solar Services

39A South St
Westborough

Energy Monster

125 Blackstone River Rd
Worcester

Evolved Mechanical LLC

650 Broadway
Malden

Faze1, Inc.

284 Amory St.
Boston

FBI Contracting

18 Loudon Rd

Forest Street Builders

6 Atlanta Street
Haverhill

Frank M. Prall Electric

41 Howe St
Wellesley

G Green Design Center

PO Box 493
Mashpee

Gaia Worldwide

86a Sherman St

Gem Plumbing & Heating

1 Wellington Rd

Gifted Enterprises

75 Columbia St
Cambridge

Glynn Services

11 Resnik Rd
Plymouth

Green Plan Construction

1 Easy st
Westford

Halliday Construction

1408 Centre St
Roslindale

HANCOCK BUILDING ASSOCIATES INC.

248 MILL RD
Chelmsford

HARRISON SYSTEMS

100 CLARK ST
Wilmington

Hemenhalt Construction

PO Box 332
North Easton

HomePride Inc

131 Weston Rd
Lincoln

House husbands

704 bay drive

House Pro General Contractors

135 Nickerson Dr
Stoughton

Invaleon Technologies

24 Brookfield Rd.
Tewksbury

J & W CONTRACTING

1A Dunreath St
Roxbury

J F Kelly Electric

869 E. Broadway
Boston

J V Mechanical Contractors Inc

929 School St
Webster

Jeff Baxter Construction

PO Box 706
Watertown

JMS Electric

20 Rutland St
Hudson

Joe Green Home Solutions Inc

15 Raddin Ter
Saugus

John O'Hearn

8 Brenner Dr

Keith Firman

47 Tiffany Hill Rd

Keith Firman Electric, LLC

47 Tiffany Hill Road

Kelly Electrical Services

32 Partridge Hill Road
Braintree

Keyes North Atlantic

459 Watertown St
Newtonville

Landmark Services Inc

326 Washington Street
Wellesley Hills

LaRose Plumbing And Heating

500A MAIN STREET
Boylston

Larry S. Fisher Electric

5 Willowdale Drive
Merrimac

MILES MECHANICAL INC

PO Box 132
North Easton

Moonworks Home Improvement

1137 Park East Dr.

My Utility Brokers

9344 Tarryton Ave.

New Day Energy

13 Foster Ln
Kingston

New Energy Solutions LLC

20 Berkshire Dr
Franklin

New England Clean Energy

43 Broad St.
Hudson

New England Solar Hot Water

677 Temple St
Duxbury

Newhouse & Sun Construction

3 W Jamaica Ave
Wilmington

Next Step Living®

21 Drydock Ave
Boston

One Solar Roof - Massachusetts

86 Sherman St
Cambridge

One Way Development

1408C Centre St.
Roslindale

Orion Power Group

2917 Vail Ave.

Peak Co Roofing

119 Neck Rd
Lancaster

PRACTICAL SOLAR INC

161 Chapman St
Canton

PRESTO carpentry - painting - roofing

586R Hale Street < PO BOX 140>
Prides Crossing

Pro Window Cleaning

4 Clarence St.
Worcester

Puccio Electric

21 Reardon Road
Medford

Quarry Hills Plumbing and HVAC

98 Prospect St
South Easton

Queenan Electrical Services

901 Liberty Street
Rockland

Quinn's Construction

1049 Lakeview Avenue Unit #8
Dracut

RAB Construction Corp

9 Avon St
Seekonk

Rayah Solar (Rayah Power Integration, Corp.)

320 Nevada St., Suite 301
Newton

RESIDENTIAL EXTERIORS INC

61 ADAMS ST
Braintree

ReVision Energy

7 Commercial Dr

RevoluSun

210 Ward Avenue

RGS Energy

64 Main St

RGS Energy

4 Bellows Rd
Westborough

RICHARD P CASEY LICENSED ELECTRICIAN

27 VERMONT RD
Wilmington

Riverside Engineering Inc

12 Maple St
West Newbury

Roof Diagnostics Solar of Mass, LLC

89F Washington Ave
Natick

RYAN HOME SERVICE

23 spruce st
Kingston

S + H Construction Inc

26 New St
Cambridge

SAGE BUILDERS LLP

672 CHESTNUT ST
Waban

Saw Dust Construction

104 Frost Rd
Tyngsboro

Second Generation Energy Inc

167 Hartford Ave
Bellingham

Solar City - Marlborough

24 St Martin Dr
Marlborough

Solar Connection

PO BOX 514
Swansea

Solar Installation Ltd Co

33 Commercial St
Raynham

Solar Saves NE

225 Danville rd.

SOLAR SYSTEMS

81 OLD BOG RD
Plymouth

SolarFlair Energy, Inc.

190 Pleasant St.
Ashland

Steven M Parker Electric

633 Riverside Avenue
Haverhill

SunBug Solar

411 Highland Ave
Somerville

Sunlight Solar Energy

102 Clematis Ave
Waltham

SunRay Solar, LLC

249 Loudon Road

Sunrun

1019 Lauia St

Sunset Builders

230A Beard Rd

T. Dawson Architecture

4 Jamie Ln
Hopkinton

The Boston Solar Company

55 Sixth Rd
Woburn

The Carpenters

99 Coburn Woods

TJ Roofing

143 Linebrook Rd
Ipswich

TJ'S PLUMBING & HEATHING INC.

PO BOX 2393
Attleboro

Townsend Oil & Propane

27 Cherry St
Danvers

Trinity Solar

2211 Allenwood Road

Turn Cycle Solutions

174 Main St. Suite 13

UNDER PRESSURE POWER WASHING INC.

853 Waverly St
Framingham

United Solar Associates

PO Box 498
Malden

Viking Roofing

19 B Clinton Dr

Wildcard Home Theater

P.O. Box 821
Billerica

WILLIAM CONNELL

PO Box 920878
Needham

ZAPOTEC ENERGY

26 GLENWOOD AVE
Cambridge

zinkevich electric

9 wrentham rd
Worcester

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