American Array Solar and Roofing is a Central California-based solar power system installer. The company offers its services to residential, commercial, and agricultural customers, as well as home builders.
According to the company’s website, American Array Solar and Roofing has installed 5,000 roofing and solar projects. The company’s systems have produced 60GWH, saving its customers more than $50 million.
American Array Solar and Roofing’s philosophy is to underpromise and overdeliver.
American Array Solar and Roofing offers $0 financing with no payments for six months for both residential and commercial customers. Additionally, solar customers who also need roofing services can use the same financing for both services.
In addition to residential and commercial solar systems, American Array Solar and Roofing offers ground and raised mount systems for agricultural clients, as well as battery storage and EV charging.
The solar company is an Enphase platinum installer, a Panasonic Solar authorized installer, a Solaria pro partner platinum, and a Sunpower authorized dealer. American Array Solar and Roofing also has professional partnerships with Tesla Powerwall and LG Neon 2. These relationships lend credibility to American Array Solar and Roofing’s work.
American Array Solar and Roofing serves only Alameda, Contra Costa, Fresno, Glenn, Kern, Kings, Madera, Merced, San Joaquin, Solano, and Tulare counties in California. The company’s only physical office locations are in Livermore, Manteca, Madera, Woodland Hills, and Bakersfield.
American Array Solar and Roofing does not appear to be NABCEP-certified. Although its certifications speak to expertise in specific brands’ products, many of the most reputable solar companies hold NABCEP certification. Professionals earn NABCEP certification by demonstrating their training and experience in the solar industry.
The American Array Solar and Roofing website doesn’t specify price ranges for its solar power systems, or what specific financing options are available, such as leases and PPAs.