Finding the Best Solar Company for Me

Now I'm retired and decided it's time to go to the sun. What does one thing have to do with the other? Well, I wish I had something nobler to say, but I really just want to save money on my electric bill, I want to add value to my home, and I have the time now to really do it. Fortunately, in my life, I have learned to hold a position where I can choose what I want and usually get it (naturally).

When it comes to installing solar panels, I don't know what to get, so I have to put on my seat belt and do my research and pray to find solar companies that can meet all my demands. I want to install the best technology in my home, I want to be produced by a very prominent company in the United States, and I want a long-term warranty. For more information search solar energy online or visit Infinityenergy.

Initially from New York, I moved to Tucson about 12 years ago to avoid the cold weather. People complain, we have an average of over 300 sunny days here a year, but no matter the temperature, everyone is going to eat a terrible day in New York. Not to mention, on the contrary, I sold a shoe the size of a condo and had more than enough money to buy my 24,000 sq ft, 4 bedroom home located in a quiet suburban area. Many fathers like me live here, every week I meet a group of women in the club environment and playing cards.

I use Google to find information online about US solar manufacturers, Kyocera, BP Solar, Evergreen Solar, Sunwize, and Solar World are some of the companies that claim to be US companies, but not all. They're really American, and most of them don't do their part in the States, they collect them here. Evergreen is the only company that belongs to the real United States. They made all of their parts and the entire board in the United States, but after making $84.5 million in the second quarter of 2010, they settled in China for more profit.