Why Choose Ameco
- Energize Your Home With Solar Power!
- Create A Measure Of Independence!
- Reduce Electric Bills & Lock In Your Utility Rate!
- Install A Clean Green Energy Machine!
- Solar Energy is Indispensable and Inexhaustible!
When comparing your equipment choices, the answers are usually easy to come by. But when you need information on the installing company, comparisons are sometimes more difficult. We at AMECO SOLAR want to make “going solar” easy for you and we want you to know about our firm, so you can make valid comparisons when you are evaluating competing estimates.
Here are some of the most commonly asked questions:
Q. What kind of contractor’s license does AMECO SOLAR have?
A. California C46, Solar Contractor, license # 483280.
Q. How long has AMECO SOLAR been installing solar systems?
A. In continuous operation since 1974.
Q. What does AMECO SOLAR stand for?
A. American Energy Company. Since our inception AMECO SOLAR has fostered and promoted solar as the answer to America’s energy future.
Q. Do you have workman’s compensation insurance?
A. Yes. $1 million with State Fund.
Q. Do you have liability insurance?
A. Yes. An aggregate coverage of $2 million umbrella on operations and product.
Q. Do you hire subcontractors?
A. Not anymore. Work quality declines and customer satisfaction suffers.
Q. Are you a member of the Better Business Bureau?
A. Yes, we are A+ rated, and we also belong to the League of California Homeowners, an association that actually checks the references, credit worthiness, reputation and insurance of its members every year!
Q. Do you belong to any other associations?
A .Yes, we are also members of CALSEIA (CA Solar Energy Industry Assoc.) and the owner is presently serving on the Board of Directors. CALSEIA is an association of solar energy professionals that provides technical and ethical leadership.
Q. Have you ever filed bankruptcy?
A. Unlike many other solar contractors, AMECO SOLAR has never filed for nor been to bankruptcy court.
Q. Have you ever gone to court to defend against or to file any liens?