Synergy Power was first established in 2005 as a general contracting company. However, all that changed in 2017, and now the company focuses on residential and commercial solar and offers its services directly to customers.
Synergy Power’s team consists of two NABCEP certified electricians and its team of installers impressively averages nearly a decade of experience (per person). The company, which is family owned, prides itself in its researched, reliable quotes that ensure its systems perform according to precise, informed estimates.
San Francisco homeowners and residents of the San Joaquin Valley can easily make the switch to solar with Synergy Power. The company walks clients through the entire process — from system design to off-site monitoring — ensuring that everything goes according to plan.
Synergy Power has installed over 2,662 solar panels and saved more than $7,000,000 for its customers.
Having a solar system can potentially be life-threatening if it’s installed incorrectly. Synergy Power recommends that homeowners get a thorough inspection by a NABCEP certified professional — luckily Synergy Power has two on staff.
Additionally, homeowners may find themselves wanting to add a back-up battery system or a stand-alone energy solution. Synergy Power can both design and install such systems.
However, the company does warn clients that hiring another company to repair or add-on to their existing solar system may void the system warranty. To avoid this, Synergy Power suggests that residents contact their previous solar company and ask about upgrade options.
Those interested in learning more about solar and its benefits will probably enjoy Synergy Power’s blog. A variety of articles that cover various topics. Homeowners can learn more about whether or not their solar system will work during a blackout or why solar energy is better than fossil fuels.
Not only is Synergy Solar only available in the state of California, but it is also only available to residents in the San Joaquin Valley and San Francisco area. While there are pros to being a smaller company, it does limit the number of homeowners who can use Synergy Power’s services.