CertainTeed’s US Series solar modules will now be available on Mosaic, the nation’s leading residential solar lending platform. Featuring 60 cell power outputs of 300W+, CertainTeed’s US Series modules are American-made using domestic and foreign components, and continually ranked among the most efficient domestically-assembled products in the solar industry. US Series modules are also available in a 72 cell format with power output up to 365W.
In addition, homeowners who have CertainTeed solar modules installed as part of a Solstice system are afforded the confidence of CertainTeed’s comprehensive system warranty. This single-source warranty covers all major system components, as well as the workmanship on the installation of the system, for up to 25 years.
“Mosaic’s financing expertise and first-class loan products are a perfect complement to our high-performing solar modules and systems,” said CertainTeed Solar Director Mark Stancroff. “This partnership offers homeowners the ability to make a long-term investment in solar with attractive returns, strengthened by CertainTeed’s stability in the marketplace.”
“CertainTeed’s products are a great addition to our approved vendor repertoire,” remarked Ted Fawcett, EVP of Sales and Marketing at Mosaic. “We pride ourselves on being able to offer high-quality equipment options to our channel partners as they help homeowners across the US go solar.”
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