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Decision To Go Solar

by jb@norrisclifton.com
Tue, Sep 23rd 2014 12:00 pm
The Cadzow family proudly showing support for a new solar generation.
The Cadzow family proudly showing support for a new solar generation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is an excerpt from our customer Daniel Cadzow's blog on his brand new solar panel install...

"Our first thought about going solar came from a Facebook post about a free estimate. But when I requested an estimate, they said our house was not suited for solar (that happened a couple of times). Then, a year or so later, I called The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) and talked to them.

The NYSERDA rep told me about the list of licensed solar contractors at their site. So I went to that list and found a few contractors that were located within the City of Buffalo (shop local). The first one I called just had me leave a message. By the time they got back to me I was already signing paperwork with the second one I called, CIR Electric. I chose CIR primarily because I found out they worked for one of my favorite not-for-profits, People United for Sustainable Housing (PUSH), and a friend who works for PUSH said they had no complaints. The other good thing was CIR said they could install a 6 KW system," said homeowner Daniel Mindaugas Cadzow

For more information about this solar installation by CIR click here.

To read his entire blog post click here. 

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