Turn Two Solar is a solar provider headquartered in Plantation, Florida. The company is relatively new to the industry, but is made up of a team with 30 years of collective experience. Turn Two Solar is full-service, from estimate, to obtaining a permit, to installation. The company proposes services similar to others in the solar industry.
However, there is a lack of detail about the types and brands of products offered and a lack of customer reviews about Turn Two Solar.
Turn Two Solar has indicated that the installation process for its solar systems is quick and efficient. Getting a permit can take up to 60 days, but once the permit has been approved installation takes 1–3 days.
As mentioned above, obtaining a permit for your solar project can take time and be a bit of a hassle. Luckily for Turn Two Solar customers, the company will take care of the permit process for you. This includes communicating with the city and the local electric company to ensure proper planning and installation.
With Turn Two Solar, customers have the option to do financing in-house with 0 percent down. Loans can be constructed on various terms, anywhere from 5 to 30 years. Turn Two Solar helps its customers take advantage of the Federal Investment Tax Credit, which covers up to 26 percent of the solar system cost.
Additionally, Turn Two Solar offers its customers a $500 referral bonus. When you refer a new customer and they sign with Turn Two Solar, you can get $500 from the company as a thank you.
Turn Two Solar offers a strong 25-year warranty with its solar equipment. While this is not the highest warranty that can be found in the industry, it is comparable to some of the warranties offered by leading solar companies. Besides the equipment warranty, there is a 10-year workmanship warranty with all Turn Two Solar installations.
According to Google reviews, Yelp, and the Turn Two Solar Facebook page, there are no existing online reviews for the company. This can be a bit unsettling for potential customers. Turn Two Solar has images of past projects on its website, but without any customer reviews, the images have little credibility.
Typically websites will indicate which solar manufacturers the company works with. In some cases, a company will manufacture its own solar panels. By naming the brand of solar panels the company installs, it shows customers the quality of panels they will be receiving. Unfortunately, Turn Two Solar does not disclose where it gets its solar panels from, so it is difficult to compare the company to its competitors.
Overall, there is very little detail on the Turn Two Solar website. The company claims to have done projects in Florida, but it is unclear what service area Turn Two Solar covers. The website provides a lot of information about what solar is and why it is beneficial, but limited information about what Turn Two Solar offers its customers.
It is also uncertain whether Turn Two Solar presents any options for maintenance or monitoring of its systems. The lack of information available makes it very difficult for customers to compare Turn Two Solar with its competitors.