Solar Advantage specializes in flexible CiGS and flexible mono-crystalline solar panels for residential, light commercial, and mobile solar (RVs, trailers, marine vessels, backpacking, camping, cycling, etc.) applications. Solar Advantage’s products are up to 80 percent lighter than conventional glass panels, require no holes for installation, and since they are direct adhesive and lie flat, there is no increase in aerodynamic lift/drag and no increase in wind noise.
Solar Advantage offers high quality, custom built, do-it-yourself solar energy kits. The company will create a solution based around the customer’s energy needs for those who reach out over the phone or through Solar Advantage’s website.
Solar Advantage can provide solar kits for several purposes, including emergency kits for power outages and natural disasters; mobile solar kits for RVs, marine, and off-road use; and solar kits for recreational, commercial, and service vehicles. Kits include everything needed for self-installation.
Customers visiting Solar Advantage's website can simply purchase products straight from the site. Many solar companies will require speaking with a representative and that adds some pressure to the process — as customers may be pressured into buying more than they needed or something they didn't need at all. All prices are clearly labeled, and customers can click on a product if they’d like more information.
Solar Advantage products do not penetrate roofs and the panels lie flat, meaning there is no additional wind load. Additionally, the company’s panels are flexible, so they won’t crack under vibration, and their equipment was developed under military specifications to withstand harsh elements.
Because Solar Advantage specializes in providing DIY solar kits, the company itself does not perform solar installations for customers.
Unfortunately, there is no information about what kind of guarantees (if any) are offered with Solar Advantage's products, how much it is to ship, or how long consumers have to return a product. This information is useful to consumers who may be on the fence of buying a product but want to make sure they're getting their money's worth.