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Ryan Phillips - Solar Specialist

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In 60 seconds or less, you’ll know how much money
you can save every month by switching to solar!

Are you a Home Owner?

Great! What Is Your Average Monthly Electric Bill?

Remember that most people will use more electricity in the summer and less in the winter. Please provide your best estimate on your average electric bill.

Who Is Your Electric Provider?

Because of net metering, your utility will likely provide you with valuable energy credits that make going solar even more economical!

How Much Roof Shade Do You Get?

Trees creating shade on a roof can limit how much energy your solar system can produce. It's best for the solar installer to know in advance.

What’s the Best Way to Contact You?

Know the complete solar system solution.

Solar Panel Informtion

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Turtle Island Farm and Gardens | Perryville, Kentucky


“Not only are we happy with the solar array and intend to expand the system with this company in the near future, we have had an extremely positive experience with the entire staff. They had the expertise we were looking for, and each of them were conscientious, friendly, considerate and hard working. We would have no reservations recommending them to anyone who wants to install a solar system.”

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John | Versailles, Kentucky


“I’ve had solar panels installed twice by this company. In a hardware sense, the only problems have been associated with the inverter(s). Everyone has been professional, polite and friendly throughout. I recommend this company. The only reason for a rating of 4 is because I’m still waiting for a service call on the second inverter. It seems they are so busy installing (which is a GOOD thing!) that they’re having trouble scheduling my service.”

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Christina G.


“It went extremely well, though it took longer than expected, largely because of paperwork delays (solar energy incentive application, net metering application) and then weather when winter got serious.”