SunUp America's goal is to provide its customers with clean and affordable energy and educate homeowners in everything solar.
SunUp America's solar panels are all manufactured in Germany and are built to the industry's highest standard of quality. Additionally, all SunUp America's installers go through a rigorous training program and must pass a final quality control check to ensure they are offering the best possible service.
Choosing to go green isn't always as simple as one would expect. But SunUp America does everything it can to help educate homeowners about everything solar. The company offers numerous blog articles, tips and tricks, and even a free downloadable consumer guide to solar.
Whether you're looking for more information on saving money during the summer months or what you need to do to weatherize your solar system, SunUp likely has an article or quick tip that can help.
Although we appreciate SunUp trying to educate homeowners on all things solar, we feel there is a bit too much generic information and not enough company specific information on the website.
For example, the website's frequently asked questions page answers questions such as these: Will home insurance cost me more if I own a solar system? Will solar void the warranty on my roof? Will my HOA allow me to have a solar system installed? How can I maximize my solar savings?
While these are important things to consider before going solar, they are more general questions that could be answered by any solar company. They don't really tell you anything about SunUp America.
We would like to see SunUp America include more information specific to their company upfront, such as: What kind of solar panels are available? What warranties/guarantees does SunUp provide? How long does SunUp expect a solar installation to take? What financing options are available? Does the company ever hire local contractors to perform installations?
While we're sure that SunUp will provide more detailed information if you call or contact the company directly, not everyone is ready to speak to a company representative. It would be nice if the company would simply put all this information on its website — that way, it's available to anyone looking to go solar, no matter where they are in the process.