Utility cost savings and improved energy efficiency are now more easily accessible for Massachusetts homeowners thanks to a new partnership between New England-based Amergy Solar and CertainTeed. The companies have teamed up to offer reliable and efficient solar systems to homeowners seeking to offset their energy demand.
Founded in 2009, Amergy Solar is an award-winning full-service solar company which has developed a turnkey process that seamlessly leads customers through solar integration from start to finish. Professional engineers, solar technicians, project managers, and installation teams all work closely with property owners to design custom solar solutions to meet their specific needs.
“We are thrilled to partner with a company that has been manufacturing roofing materials for more than a century,” said John Spurrell, director of Sales for Amergy Solar New England. “CertainTeed’s solar panels meet our own high standards, and their comprehensive warranty provides wonderful peace-of-mind for our customers.”
As CertainTeed’s most efficient solar system, Solstice is engineered for maximum return on investment. The system includes high-performance panels (manufactured in the U.S. using foreign and domestic components) which are coupled with high-quality inverters, racking and flashing. Each Amergy-installed Solstice system is protected by the most robust solar warranty in the industry, covering all system components as well as Amergy’s installation workmanship.
Additionally, Massachusetts homeowners who have a Solstice system installed may qualify for a 30 percent federal tax credit, in addition to any state and utility rebates and incentives.
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