Titan Solar Power, a leading rooftop solar contractor, signed a 2022 agreement with North American PV provider Silfab Solar. Titan will install Silfab’s latest North American manufactured series including the Silfab Prime, a top performing module for residential and commercial installations backed by Silfab’s warranty.
“Silfab has been a strong partner since 2018. Their premium product and overall reliability resonate well with our sales dealers and homeowners across the United States,” said David Williamson, Titan’s CEO and Co-Founder. “Silfab’s North American manufacturing locations and strong customer service ensure seamless communication and deliveries directly with the more than 30 warehouses we support.”
“Titan is the industry’s leading installer. Titan already has installed more than 500,000 Silfab modules across 18 states,” said Geoff Atkins, Silfab’s Head of Business Development and Marketing. “This agreement allows Silfab to continue supporting a trusted partner who has a reputation centered entirely on quality.”
Silfab has significantly expanded production capacity in North America with the latest in automated technology, continued superior engineering and its well-known strict quality control measures. Earlier this year, Silfab announced the opening of a second production facility in Washington as well as a multi-million-dollar strategic investment from ARC Financial Corp. to significantly expand Silfab’s USA solar manufacturing and supply chain footprint.
Based in Arizona, Titan Solar Power has grown to become the leading residential solar company in the country. Titan current installs in 18 states with 35 office locations and its footprint continues to expand into new markets across the country.
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