July 30, 2019
Having recently secured A1A to install a photovoltaic field at my residence, I'd give A1A high marks. From design, permitting and installation, all was performed very professionally and timely. I have and will continue to recommend A1A Solar to my clients for solar installations.
March 14, 2019
After researching all local Solar Companies in Jacksonville, I decided to come out of retirement and work for A1A Solar Contracting
Due to their High Recommendations from customers I have meet.
December 28, 2018
well after a few hiccups and finally getting the system installed I was happy. it has been a few years now and ever since installed this system is deffinently not paying for itself. I may see a 30 dollar credit on my electric bill. and my electric bill is well over $150. they told me that this would trade off my bill but now with the cost of the new system I am paying for 300 dollar a month for a solar system not doing its job and my regular electricity. I have tried to reach out to them recently but no response. I guess they do not care once the unit is installed about there customers..
July 3, 2018
A1A Solar NO SHOWED our initial appointment for a SOLAR SYSTEM Review specific for my home! I wasn't even given the courtesy of a phone call or text to say that the appointment needed to be cancel/rescheduled.
Such a waste of two hours of my morning!
This is incredibly surprising since A1A Solar had initiated the direct contact to set up an appointment to analyze my specific solar needs and give me an estimate of what a solar system would provide for me and my family.
Shame on me
From now on, I will carefully read a company's reviews on Google BEFORE I schedule time in my day to meet with them.
June 8, 2018
First off, I am sure they are honest and do good work. But if you finance the system it would NEVER pay for itself. I was told I would save about $150 a month on electricity. The payments on the system was quoted at $175 month for 20 years. From my understanding, panels only last 25 years before output start to drop. So I would lose 25 bucks a month and have ugly panels on my roof for 20 years. I looked at what similar equipment cost online. Retail cost of equipment was little over $18000 . There quote was over $36000! I needed some extra electrical work, that was $2100. So the labor to bolt 30 panels and get them to my roof was about $16000 dollars. So finally, I did some math. I would be better off to pay an extra $25 a month on my home loan. I would save more in mortgage interest, more than I would ever save in electricity. Oh, asked about a discount and was politely told to pound sand. And yes, the numbers included the 30% tax rebate.