Pea Soup And Solar!

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Every experience we have comes with an expectation. However, I wouldn’t have thought my visit with a customer would supersede all my expectations.

On a cold, rainy day we were welcomed by Carol Casey and her dog (Lily) to share her experience with going solar with her friends and family. After all the conversations and phone calls with Carol, I was finally able to put a face to a name! She was just as excited to do the same with us!  She even shared some homemade pea soup with us that her brother makes for her whenever he comes by. Throughout the course of our time with her we were able to drop all formalities, and have the freedom to get to know each other.

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No Solar System Is An Island

What does a Disaster Mitigation Planner, a Floridian, a shoe store clerk, a Berklee College of Music grad, and a nail artist have in common? They all found their way to impact the solar industry in a major way -from behind the scenes. Like Rayah Solar, the solar process is as diverse and multifaceted as its people/staff. And as it’s not one person’s brains or brawns that ensures the success of a single project, but a network of people working together.

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Rayah Solar: A Company of People

So you’re thinking about going solar. You’ve done the research, read the articles, and have given it some thought. Maybe you come across an ad on Craigslist, see a yard sign in your neighbor’s yard, or fill out an online form. Or, maybe you hadn’t thought about it at all until a canvasser comes knocking to tell you about the wonderful world of solar. Now what? What happens next?

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