Get Multiple Solar Quotes

The market for solar has boomed within the last decade, with new solar installation companies popping up more often than ever. Take a look around your local area, and you'll probably find many solar installers ready to give you a seemingly perfect pitch.

Competition is good because it means you have options. The best way to choose the right installer for you is to get as many quotes as possible. This method is the easiest way to truly compare what each company has to offer–from their programs and knowledge to their price per watt.

What Should I Look for In a Reliable Solar Installer?

Installer Reputation

Beyond comparing quotes and prices, you should also look at the company's reputation. Sometimes it might be worth paying a little extra for a company you know has your best interest at heart.

Be sure to check out your installer's previous projects, especially those with similar system sizes as the one you want. Look at reviews and testimonies, but more importantly, consider how the company responds to negative comments and feedback.  

Solar Knowledge

Is your installer actually knowledgeable about solar and the industry? Try to look for experienced installers who have a vast understanding of how the solar process works and what necessary steps need to be completed to get your new system up and running as soon as possible.

A good Installer should also be able to answer all your questions and explain why solar is right for you. Prepare questions and collect as much information as you can from different installers so you can decide which company fits your needs best.

At Polaron, we've been installing solar panels since 2013 and have helped over 6000 households go solar across Canada. After weathering many storms and unexpected changes in the industry, we've learned how to navigate and make adjustments so we can always provide the best service to our customers.

Full Transparency

Your installers should be willing to explain the installation process to you and provide you with regular updates and information. We believe transparency is one of the most important aspects of signing with a solar installer.

We're proud to say Polaron is the creator of the Site Assessment Report (SAR), which is a personalized report that outlines and eliminates technical hurdles of a project to ensure a smooth installation. This is to make sure we provide our customers with all the necessary information they need about their roof condition, structural suitability and electrical components before moving on with the installation of their solar system.

Does Your Installer Provide After-Service?

Getting your panels up on your roof shouldn't be the end of your solar installer's job. Any reliable company will offer an after-service to assist customers with any post-installation-related questions. An after-service team can also help take care of any warranty-related issues.

Workmanship warranties also need to be considered in case of any damage to your roof. The proper installation of a solar system will not result in a damaged roof, but it's always good to have insurance. We have a two-year workmanship warranty for 5 million dollars for all the work done on your roof.

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Financing/Leasing Programs

Solar should never feel like a financial burden. Leasing and financing programs are a great way to keep solar affordable for everyone to enjoy. Each solar company will have their own programs with varying terms and interest rates. With government incentives, your savings could be enough to cover your monthly payment plan.

We like to give our customers the very best rates, which is why we offer a 0% financing program, making it easy for anyone to go solar.

Want to start your solar journey today? Get connected with one of our solar specialists for a free quote. We're here to answer all of your solar questions and make sure your economic benefits are reasonable enough to justify your solar investment before you sign with us.