Rectify Solar was established in 2013 and has offices in Indianapolis and Ellettsville, Indiana and Campbell, California. It is a family-owned business run by co-founders Phil and Frank Teague.
Rectify Solar promotes energy efficiency and sustainability through solar installations as well as other products such as battery systems, electric vehicle charging stations, insulation, roofing and more.
The company's owners are dedicated to solar energy and believe in the positive impact it can have on our planet. Many solar companies have been created recently to take advantage of federal and state income tax credits and make money; the environmental benefits fall to the side.
Rectify Solar is focused on the positive environmental impacts of solar installations. It has completed over 750 solar installations and has years of experience. This is not a startup solar company that is just looking to make quick profits.
In addition to its focus on quality work, Rectify Solar has several key certifications including from the lead industry group the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP).
It is also partnered with Pearl Certification, a national firm that qualifies a network of professionals who certify high-performing homes that are healthy, comfortable, resilient, and energy efficient. Only the top 5% of solar contractors in the country qualify to certify their work with Pearl so this helps Rectify Solar stand out from its competitors.
Because Rectify Solar works with Pearl, any installations that it does will be documented and certified by an independent third party. Its co-founders have also won several awards including the 2019 Energy News 40 Under 40 Award.
Rectify Solar has pursued impressive industry certifications. This demonstrates its commitment to quality work. The company claims that both co-founders are NABCEP Advanced certified; however, we were unable to verify this in the NABCEP directory which was unusual.
Phil Teague, a Rectify Solar co-founder, is a Board Member of the Indiana Renewable Energy Association (InREA). In addition to the company's Pearl partnership that we described above, it is also a certified installer with several large companies such as Generac and Lumos.
Rectify Solar has over eight years experience. Its co-founders both have impressive backgrounds in the solar energy industry which lends confidence in their expertise.
For example, Frank Teague started installing PV systems with one of the top solar installation companies in the United States. He installed around 500 systems in three years with that company before starting Rectify Solar.
Rectify Solar has a large selection of photographs from its past projects and installations on its website. While it doesn’t have many online customer reviews, these examples of its past work are helpful to clients considering Rectify Solar for their PV system installation.
There isn’t a lot of information about the financing that Rectify Solar offers, but the company's website does say that it is available. Some smaller solar companies do not have financing options available, so this is a great feature of Rectify Solar. It offers zero down financing for any energy efficiency upgrade when paired with a solar installation.
Very few customer testimonials are provided on the Rectify Solar website. The company also has very few online reviews on various websites. This is unusual considering how long it has been in business. While there are only a few customer reviews online, they are all mainly overwhelmingly positive.
Many solar companies will list the brands that they typically install on their websites. This allows customers to know upfront what brands they are likely to work with and gives them time to research their options. Rectify Solar doesn’t provide this information on its website.