SunCatch Solar is a solar contracting company serving Florida residents and businesses. It is a full-service solar installation company that also provides spray foam insulation. SunCatch Solar has bilingual employees to serve a wide variety of demographic needs.
SunCatch Solar wants the process to be as easy as possible for the homeowner to get set up on the solar grid. As a local company, its specialists are well-versed in codes and regulations for the area.
The company’s website includes a media gallery with photos and videos of past projects. The pictures show some of the large projects SunCatch Solar has done.
SunCatch Solar offers one-step insulation and air sealing for homes and commercial buildings. This service is done using spray-applied plastic, open-cell spray foam, or closed-cell insulation foam.
SunCatch Solar is only available in Florida.
SunCatch Solar doesn’t have a strong online presence. Its website is not finished and most of its content on social media is general solar industry posts, not specific to SunCatch Solar. We understand that some companies don’t invest in a strong online presence. However, customers would certainly benefit from being able to read customer reviews by past clients in order to understand what they could expect from this solar contractor.
When you make a large purchase like solar, you want to know as much information as you can about the solar contractors you are considering. Unfortunately, SunCatch Solar doesn’t provide any specific details about its business online. Before we would recommend using the company's services, SunCatch Solar would need to provide the following information to consumers:
SunCatch is new to the solar industry. Although we were unable to find a specific incorporated or start date, the company looks to be only a few years old from posts, project dates, and a reference of a local top solar contractor award in 2019.
When you choose a younger company, there is a higher risk of the company not being in business for the full 25 years of your solar panel's warranty. This could make things very difficult for you if the company you bought solar panels from goes out of business. This means your warranty would mean nothing, and you would have to find maintenance and cleaning services on your own.
We recommend that you look for a company that has at least five years in the industry.