Ignacio Suarez recommends Sol-Ark

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5 stars are just too few.

I upgraded from the 3K to the 8K and I just finished installing it. It is amazing, the same as the company.

I researched solar systems for 6 years before deciding for Sol-Ark and it has been the best decision of my life, only second to marrying my wife.

The system works totally automatic, does all calculations and has a very user friendly touch screen with so much info that you may need. It comes with features as sell back and power your home when there is excess of power on the solar panels.

Check their “smart load” feature that even let you connect heavy loads to the system to be powered by the solar panels.

Tom and his team are just the best and customer service is the best I have seen in my life. They are just like “good old friends”! They are always there when you need them! Just incredible in this age we are living.

If you are from this part of Texas and want to see an installed system in service, just contact me. I will be glad to show and help with the best solar system. Sol Ark!!!!!

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