AC/DC Solar is dedicated to helping Florida residents save money through the safest and most powerful energy source — the sun.
When it comes to choosing a solar company, many consumers prefer to go local. One of the benefits of doing so is to avoid the many tiers of service and communication. Working with a larger company often means working with several different people and being transferred from department to department, resulting in communication errors and, therefore, slowing down your solar installation.
Home and business owners can expect a personalized experience when working with AC/DC Solar. The company only offers its services to Florida residents and even assigns a personal Solar Expert to walk you through the entire process.
Because it's a smaller, local solar company, AC/DC Solar boasts that it knows all the ins and outs of going green in Florida.
Unfortunately, AC/DC Solar's website lacks a lot of the key information we use to recommend companies to consumers.
There is little information about the company, its process, and what consumers can expect.
It's unclear what panels or equipment AC/DC uses. There is no information regarding any warranties. Additionally, there is no information on whether or not the company provides financial assistance — whether through a loan, lease, or PPA.
You can get more information by contacting the company directly (either by filling out the online form or calling the phone number).
Still, for the consumers that aren't ready to take that step, it's incredibly inconvenient that AC/DC does not include any of this information.
The company does have a lot of generic information regarding how going solar can help you out as a home or business owner, but this isn't exactly helpful when deciding if this is the right company for you.
In addition to a lack of information on the website, AC/DC Solar also lacks a social media presence. For many consumers, this isn't a big deal, but for others, it can make all the difference — as a social media profile can include current promotions or discounts, customer reviews, and more.
Social media is another way consumers can get in touch with the company (should they not receive a reply via email or phone).
Robert Swan Whitehouse Station, NJ
1 year ago
Reply from ACDC Solar
Dec. 3rd, 2019