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Hannah Solar, LLC
Recent Review: Installation was very well done, quite professionally. Panels are working well There were several delays which were quite frustrating. Reason was said to be material shortages and work load. Not much explanation of how system works.
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Solar Plus - Installation & Consulting
Recent Review: System was installed on the day we agreed in October 2016, and Don, the owner, even monitors our output and gives us a call in case anything appears off. We did have an issue with water entering an area of the conduit around a year after the original installation and they came right out an rewired the whole system to ensure that there were no further issues.
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Century Solar Systems, Inc
Recent Review: Excellent. Very professional job. I am very happy with the results. Waiting to see the benefits on my bill.
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Suncatcher of Atlanta
Recent Review: Work was delayed initially due to ordering material since I had to use 4x8 panels due to spacing. Then weather held it off another week and half. They arrived when they said they would, which was another day threatening rain. It drizzled for a short while but they kept working and completed the job. We have already seen the benefits of the solar heating on this pool. Best decision I have made in a while.
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Golden West Energy
Recent Review: ,After dealing with another solar company, we fired them and went with Golden West Energy.  Their engineer Hal came out and assessed our needs, we gave them our KWH usage for the year and they went back and promptly emailed us with a drawing of how the solar panels would be placed on our roof, how the electrical would hook up to our panel box, and the cost. It was quick, honest and very detailed.. WE HAD NO SALES PITCH WHICH WE GOT FROM EVERY OTHER SOLAR COMPANY WE INTERVIEWED. I was concerned about the tile roof. Scott, the owner, determined that due to the possible breakage and the fact that the underlayment of the existing room was 30 years old the tile would be removed, new tar paper and composite shingles would be laid down. Once that was done, the brackets for the panels were installed then the panels and then the tile were put back around the panels,so there is complete continuity of tile work with a new roof underneath. The panels look totally integrated into the tile. Once that was done, they hooked up the electric to our panel box which required some rearrranging. Again, Scott and his crew did a terrific job of running lines in flexible conduit and then painted it to match the tile and the walls of our home. It is barely noticeable. Once completed Golden West arranged for the city inspector to review the work, it passed with flying colors.  We had to wait for SDGE to reprogram our system, which took a couple of days but once done, they told us to flip the switch which we did and  our meter is running backward, plus I go into the SDGE web site and see the graph showing our savings.  I have recommended Golden West to three neighbors in our complex who are interested in installing solar energy.   One of the supervisors in our complex used Golden West eight years ago for solar energy and he was very pleased with his results. I liked the fact that Golden West Energy has been around since 1985. That is a great track record, Golden West is the only company I would use for my solar energy needs.
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Solar Deal USA
Recent Review: When they came to estimate it was alot more fair than other companies. We had already done work with this company as well. the install went so good, I made the crew some sandwiches for lunch.. We would send them to anyone we know.. Thanks guys for such a great job..
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Harkness Electric
Recent Review: Arrived on time, top notch work, professional, very reasonable prices.
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Solar Sale USA
Recent Review: Solar Sale USA arrived at my property late. To their credit, they did call and notify me. I could understand where a previous appointment could run longer than expected and I had taken the day off to accommodate the estimate, so I was able to wait. When the two salesman arrived I had many questions and they were very good at addressing each one. We spoke for about 30 minutes. We were off to a good start and I invited them inside. Unfortunately, as Solar Sale USA began to make their pitch for solar energy, I started to see signals that this was far more than an estimate. This was quickly turning into a "vacuum cleaner sales pitch". If you've ever sat through one, you know what I mean. According to the salesman, my system would cost me ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS!!!!! They make their own panels, to assure quality control. He wanted me to be sure to know these panels didn't come from China. Oh really? Of course, we never discussed the make/model number/ manufacturer of the panels. I could not "shop it" or justify his "facts". The 100k was simply a fact, and the salesman didn't want to dwell on the details, instead, he wanted to quickly move on to discussing all the money he could save me. "Thank you Mr. Salesman", yes, lets move on. If I agreed to a $100k price, I wasn't buying even a 100% system. The $100k would have only purchased a 55% system. Just enough energy to keep my house out of the power company's dreaded billing red zone. This is where Mr. Consumer pays the highest price for energy during peak periods of the year. The solar power would supplement my power usage and my rate would never climb beyond a utility company's economy usage. My utility company is Georgia Power. Of course, I could save money if the company didn't need to spend "advertising dollars". How could I influence lowering SSUSA's advertising costs? My telling 5 of my friends of course. I would receive a % off if I agreed to this. Of course, if I didn't agree, the savings could not be applied, and the company would be forced into buying expensive tv commercials. yeah.... right. Unfortunately, I forced the company to buy tv ads... so in my particular case, my total bill couldn't be reduced. The other AAAAAMmmmaaaazzing thing about SSUSA? They could not develop a form to have a salesman use when chatting with the customer. That poor salesman had to scratch indecipherable figures and math ON THE BACK OF A NAPKIN!!!!! It's so hard getting people to spend a lot of money these days, but to make this poor salesman have to persuade customers with little else than tablet paper and spit, is unfair to him. The poor man is starving. Please, get him a form to fill out. It will probably pay for itself on the first sale. Afterwards, (4 hours later), when I wasn't persuaded into spending my entire life's savings, the salesman picked up e-v-e-r-y scrap of paper.... AND LEFT!!!!! I didn't have so much as a fluffy brochure to show my wife. I couldn't tell her what I was buying, how much I was saving, the power it was going to generate, nor the month and year the whole combobulation was going to pay itself off. Some industry leaders call this a "cluster f", a technical term for getting ripped off and not having a shred of evidence to prove it. THANK GOODNESS I wasn't the horses a** to write this man a check. If I had, I would have seen a truckload of gypsies at my doorstep the next day asking me if I wanted my driveway repaved. Is NOW the best time to buy solar? Maybe not. Prices are dropping, manufacturers are going out of business around the world. China's largest solar company just declared bankrupcy, even with government crutches and dumping product below cost. The USA and Europe are too expensive, and all manufacturing is either moth-balled, or will be out of business within the coming year. According to Solar Sale USA, the credits and discounts available through the government, (until 2016), and utilities are something you have to apply for... and needs the help of a CPA familiar with the paperwork. I was never crystal clear on what I was buying, what it was priced at, how much energy it was going to produce and what time it would take to recoup my investment. (by some estimates, recoup is as long as 25 years.) You really need to be very knowledgable before you ask a solar company to estimate. You should already be familiar with kilowatts, solar panel prices, and systems... or you may feel buried in jargon and sliding numbers.
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Creative Solar USA, Inc
Business Description: Full service provider of Solar Panel Systems for Residential and Commercial markets
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Solar Kinetics
Business Description: Solar Installer for Solar Electric, Solar Hot Water and Solar Pool Heating

Reviews in Atlanta to Repair Solar Panels

ACentury Solar Systems, Inc
Excellent. Very professional job. I am very happy with the results. Waiting to see the benefits on my bill.
- Mark T....
ACentury Solar Systems, Inc
Very Well! Alexander and his team were courteous, prompt and completed the work as promised without any delays!
- Mike V....
BHannah Solar, LLC
Installation was very well done, quite professionally. Panels are working well There were several delays which were quite frustrating. Reason was said to be material shortages and work load. Not much explanation of how system works.
- Allen R....
DHannah Solar, LLC
sign-up through Solarize Dunwoody program in Feb, never received final signed contract. Installation on home 1 scheduled 5/23 , panels and inverter completed 5/24 but no power wall. The electricians and panel crew were fantastic. Can't say enough about how professional and thorough they were. They got the A rating for quality. However, as of this review 7/12, the work has not had permit inspection, I have not received technical specs required by power company from Hannah, power co. will not install bi-directional meter without tech. specs. and a signed off permit so power co is waiting to do their part, and I'm waiting for power wall battery installation at some future date. Home 2 scheduled installation 5/29 - Hannah did not show up until 6/18. They did not call to reschedule - I had to call to find out when they were coming after not showing up the first week. Installation of panels and inverter completed 6/19 (same crew and they did fantastic job) but no power wall. Still have not had a permit inspection, power co has not installed the bi-directional meter, and I don't have a date for the installation of the power wall. Hannah Solar will not return my emails or phone calls. I have made numerous calls and emails to Mr. Reeves, project manager. his last response to me was 6/21. I called VP of sales, Mr Kelly, but he is no longer with Hannah. I left a phone message with Mr O'Donnell, a Managing Partner, but he has not returned my call or had someone call. Summation - not a complete install, no permit signoff, no power co meter change, no response to emails or phone calls - Hannah Solar No thank you.
- Monty H....
ASuncatcher of Atlanta
Work was delayed initially due to ordering material since I had to use 4x8 panels due to spacing. Then weather held it off another week and half. They arrived when they said they would, which was another day threatening rain. It drizzled for a short while but they kept working and completed the job. We have already seen the benefits of the solar heating on this pool. Best decision I have made in a while.
- David C....
AGolden West Energy
We had solar panels installed for our home and for a well that irrigates our grove. This company worked with us answering all our questions over a year long period.   They never minded answering all of our engineering questions and went above and beyond in trying to accommodate our needs.  We finally decided to have the work done and they were very punctual and clean and neat.  I never had to ask any of the workers to pick up anything.  They left my home as perfect as when the started.  They also went above and beyond in their trying to please me in the positioning of the meters and wiring.  I would highly recommend this company.
- Nancy N....
ASolar Plus - Installation & Consulting
System was installed on the day we agreed in October 2016, and Don, the owner, even monitors our output and gives us a call in case anything appears off. We did have an issue with water entering an area of the conduit around a year after the original installation and they came right out an rewired the whole system to ensure that there were no further issues.
- Carly H....
ASolar Deal USA
I can't express enough how thankful we are for finding SolarDealUSA. Everything from the initial phone call from Mr. Akers to the onsite free energy audit to his great knowledge of the Solar business. Mr. Akers was very professional and made sure that we understood how the different programs worked, the products and answered all of our questions/concerns. After iniitally meeting with Mr. Akers we felt very comfortable moving forward with him and his Company. Everything from the approval process, ordering of the materials and installation went very smoothly. SolarDealUSA offers more than just going Solar products which we thought was very interesting. Mr. Akers takes the time to teach you ways to save and understand how Solar really works and ways you can make these changes yourself. SolarDealUSA offers other great services from spray foam, tree removal and window installation to name a few plus many more. I wanted to share my experience with others and in hopes that you have the same GREAT experience with SolarDealUSA as we did. I can't say it enough SOLARDEALUSA ROCKS!!! -The Walsh Family Atlanta, GA
- Lindsay L....
FSolar Deal USA
I have not seen him or heard from him since the installation. This man is tricky, he leaves one company and sets up another. He never answered calls, he never told me what I was getting until after the mortgage was signed and he received payment. Then all the details changed. Mr Akers is a LIAR! Do not do business with him. He ran out and is doing nothing for me. Instead of 13 panels I only got 9, but he insisted it would still be enough to get my electric to zero. I am only getting $0.05 / kwh from Georgia Power at 1/3 of what I am actually generating. I generated 250 kwh and only got credit for 88 from Geogia Power. Which turned out to be a $4.35 credit on my bill and I am still paying what I did a year ago without panels. I do not get rebate from Federal, I am denied the tax write off from state. I got nothing he promised. My banister is still damaged and he has no plans on repairing. He did not even know who financed me, my personal information went out to so many agencies it put my credit score down and now I have to worry about identity theft. WHAT A SCAM ARTIST, I am now contacting my attorney to see what I can do. ANGIE YOU ARE CRAZY FOR ADVERTISING HIM.
- Laurie M....
DSolar Sale USA
Solar Sale USA arrived at my property late. To their credit, they did call and notify me. I could understand where a previous appointment could run longer than expected and I had taken the day off to accommodate the estimate, so I was able to wait. When the two salesman arrived I had many questions and they were very good at addressing each one. We spoke for about 30 minutes. We were off to a good start and I invited them inside. Unfortunately, as Solar Sale USA began to make their pitch for solar energy, I started to see signals that this was far more than an estimate. This was quickly turning into a "vacuum cleaner sales pitch". If you've ever sat through one, you know what I mean. According to the salesman, my system would cost me ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS!!!!! They make their own panels, to assure quality control. He wanted me to be sure to know these panels didn't come from China. Oh really? Of course, we never discussed the make/model number/ manufacturer of the panels. I could not "shop it" or justify his "facts". The 100k was simply a fact, and the salesman didn't want to dwell on the details, instead, he wanted to quickly move on to discussing all the money he could save me. "Thank you Mr. Salesman", yes, lets move on. If I agreed to a $100k price, I wasn't buying even a 100% system. The $100k would have only purchased a 55% system. Just enough energy to keep my house out of the power company's dreaded billing red zone. This is where Mr. Consumer pays the highest price for energy during peak periods of the year. The solar power would supplement my power usage and my rate would never climb beyond a utility company's economy usage. My utility company is Georgia Power. Of course, I could save money if the company didn't need to spend "advertising dollars". How could I influence lowering SSUSA's advertising costs? My telling 5 of my friends of course. I would receive a % off if I agreed to this. Of course, if I didn't agree, the savings could not be applied, and the company would be forced into buying expensive tv commercials. yeah.... right. Unfortunately, I forced the company to buy tv ads... so in my particular case, my total bill couldn't be reduced. The other AAAAAMmmmaaaazzing thing about SSUSA? They could not develop a form to have a salesman use when chatting with the customer. That poor salesman had to scratch indecipherable figures and math ON THE BACK OF A NAPKIN!!!!! It's so hard getting people to spend a lot of money these days, but to make this poor salesman have to persuade customers with little else than tablet paper and spit, is unfair to him. The poor man is starving. Please, get him a form to fill out. It will probably pay for itself on the first sale. Afterwards, (4 hours later), when I wasn't persuaded into spending my entire life's savings, the salesman picked up e-v-e-r-y scrap of paper.... AND LEFT!!!!! I didn't have so much as a fluffy brochure to show my wife. I couldn't tell her what I was buying, how much I was saving, the power it was going to generate, nor the month and year the whole combobulation was going to pay itself off. Some industry leaders call this a "cluster f", a technical term for getting ripped off and not having a shred of evidence to prove it. THANK GOODNESS I wasn't the horses a** to write this man a check. If I had, I would have seen a truckload of gypsies at my doorstep the next day asking me if I wanted my driveway repaved. Is NOW the best time to buy solar? Maybe not. Prices are dropping, manufacturers are going out of business around the world. China's largest solar company just declared bankrupcy, even with government crutches and dumping product below cost. The USA and Europe are too expensive, and all manufacturing is either moth-balled, or will be out of business within the coming year. According to Solar Sale USA, the credits and discounts available through the government, (until 2016), and utilities are something you have to apply for... and needs the help of a CPA familiar with the paperwork. I was never crystal clear on what I was buying, what it was priced at, how much energy it was going to produce and what time it would take to recoup my investment. (by some estimates, recoup is as long as 25 years.) You really need to be very knowledgable before you ask a solar company to estimate. You should already be familiar with kilowatts, solar panel prices, and systems... or you may feel buried in jargon and sliding numbers.
- Don B....