Admittedly, it’s not much to look at, but this new, modest array of solar panels atop my house will generate about half my home’s electricity. Sunrun made the process very easy and affordable. If you’re interested in contacting them, do me a favor and contact me first so I can refer you. You guessed it, I get a little bit off my bill for referrals that turn into installations. Actually, you get a break too if you establish a relationship with Sunrun through a referral, so you have nothing to lose. You’ll have to trust me, I’d recommend them even without these benefits.
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My new solar panelsJanuary 6, 2013 at 3:43 pmAustin Frakt
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