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Top Solar Companies in

Providence

Vivint: $4.51 per watt, Green NRG: $5.46 per watt

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SunWatt Solar

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vs. $4.56 average

25

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vs. 5 average

1 Reviews

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Mounted Panels

Low Profile Panels

Solar Roofing

Roof Replacement

Minor Roof Repairs

Batteries

Vivint

$4.51

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vs. 5 average

1323 Reviews

Services Offered

Mounted Panels

Low Profile Panels

Solar Roofing

Roof Replacement

Minor Roof Repairs

Batteries

New England Clean Energy

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vs. $4.56 average

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vs. 5 average

4 Reviews

Services Offered

Mounted Panels

Low Profile Panels

Solar Roofing

Roof Replacement

Minor Roof Repairs

Batteries

Green NRG

$5.46

Cost Per Watt

vs. $4.56 average

25

Year Warranty

vs. 5 average

89 Reviews

Services Offered

Mounted Panels

Low Profile Panels

Solar Roofing

Roof Replacement

Minor Roof Repairs

Batteries

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About These Solar Companies

Tesla

Tesla is a top distributor of advanced solar technology.

Tesla advertises that their solar panels, solar roof, and home battery option are a few of the most advanced products on the market. The Tesla Solarglass Roof, in particular, is said to be significantly stronger than a standard roofing system. This product looks like a traditional roof but can power a home through solar energy.

Tesla also offers a remote home assessment and is available to take care of the custom design, installation, and permitting procedures for their clients.

Vivint

Vivint is a well-established solar company, with a strong focus on customer service.

After installation, Vivint conducts a quality inspection to make sure that everything is running smoothly for their new customers. They also offer a step-by-step customer support service, further ensuring that their clients are well taken care of.

As a larger organization, Vivint does not outsource their installations. Instead, with over 4,000 employees, they rely on their own energy experts to complete the task, eliminating the need to hire a third-party contractor.

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