Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, Harmon Solar is a local, family-owned company that has been in business for over 40 years. Originally founded as Harmon Electric, Inc. by Richard and Jean Harmon in 1975, the company began offering solar services in 2008 under the name Harmon Solar. Harmon Solar proudly offers customized solar systems and personalized service in Arizona. The company uses a licensed roofing contractor and structural engineer for each of its solar installations.
Harmon Solar believes in taking the extra steps necessary to ensure that each job has been completed to the absolute highest of standards. As a result, every home has a full structural analysis conducted prior to installation and stamped by a structural engineer. The company also has roofing crews installing the stand-offs prior to the installation team, and if the roof needs maintenance before the installation, Harmon Solar can roll it into the deal since it has its own roofers. Additionally, the company has NABCEP certified solar professionals to ensure that every project is done properly.
Harmon Solar only uses top-of-the-line PV solar panels and equipment. Additionally, the company uses a licensed roofing contractor and structural engineer on every single project to ensure that installations are completed to the highest of standards. Harmon's professional, NABCEP certified installers have years of experience, backed up by Harmon Solar's satisfaction guarantee.
Not only does the company install quality solar energy systems, Harmon Solar is also qualified to install solar battery storage solutions, including the Tesla Powerwall and the latest batteries from Sonnen. Solar batteries make a great addition to any existing solar system because they improve solar savings on monthly electric bill.
Harmon Solar is a one-stop solar shop. The company will oversee your entire project, from customized design to installation to submitting paperwork for permits. Their structural engineers will assess your location and complete the appropriate analyzes and obtain the necessary building permits. Harmon Solar also takes it to the next level by analyzing data from existing projects and applying best practices to its accounts for radiance, weather patterns, local climate, shading, pollutants, and other potential factors that could impact your system's energy production.
One of the benefits of going with Harmon Solar is the range of financing options the solar company has made available for the homeowner. In addition to direct purchase and solar loans — both of which qualify solar panel owners for the Federal Solar Tax Credit — Harmon Solar also allows customers to rent the solar panel system through a solar lease, which requires no money down and covers all the maintenance and installation costs.
Currently, Harmon Solar only offers its solar services in Arizona. While being a local company does have its advantages, only residents of the Grand Canyon State have the ability to do business with Harmon. If you don't live in Arizona, you'll need to find a different solar company.
Unfortunately, Harmon Solar's website leaves out a lot of important information. For example, does the company offer online monitoring? What about moving options? What are the contract details? These questions are all left unanswered by Harmon's website, which can be frustrating for potential customers who are trying to decide whether or not Harmon Solar is the right company for them.
Dale A Branson Phoenix, AZ
6 years ago