Fresno Solar Company SunMade Energy Named As Official Dealer For SunPower

SunMade Energy of Fresno, California offers its official status as a SunPower Dealer. SunPower recognized as the best and most prestigious cutting-edge solar panel company in the world.

Fresno CA, USA - August 14, 2019 / / —

SunMade Energy and Oz Wardak are pleased to announce that the Fresno solar firm is now an official SunPower dealer. The company has explained three good reasons to go solar now. Solar power allows users to declare their independence. Solar power provides an increase in the value of the home. There are zero upfront costs when SunMade Energy is installed. The three steps in simple solar installation include consultation, construction and connection.

The consultation step involves one of the company solar experts meeting with the client and family members to answer questions and determine the best solar solution for the home. SunMade Energy will then build the solar system using only top-tier products and highly skilled solar installation professionals with decades of combined experience. After the completion of the solar installation, the client receives a Permission to Operate from the utility company. Turning the system on is as simple as flipping a light switch.

Additional details are available at https://gosunmade.com

A representative of the solar firm explains, “You can declare your independence. Your solar system can eliminate your electric bill. As utility rates rise year after year, you will have peace of mind knowing you will not be affected. The value of your home will increase. As your energy savings increase annually, your home’s value will increase as well. There are zero upfront costs. SunMade Energy experts will help you and your family find the best solution for your home. You can go solar for as little as $0 down.”

“We have wide industry experience he continued. “Over the past decade, our team has been involved in the completion of over 3800 residential solar installations throughout California. We prioritize service for all of our customers, demonstrating respect and professionalism in every interaction. We are residents of the Central Valley, and the business is locally owned. We are dedicated to helping our neighbors receive faster service and lower pricing."

Location and contact details are available at SunMade Energy

Contact Info:
Name: Oz Wardak
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Organization: SunMade Energy
Address: 340 W Fallbrook Ave Suite 103, Fresno CA 93711
Phone: (559) 296-0440
Website: https://gosunmade.com/

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