CertainTeed adds New Jersey’s Kopp Electric to Master Solar Installer level

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Kopp Electric Company has received CertainTeed’s premier solar credential – Master Solar Installer. CertainTeed Master Solar Installers demonstrate the highest levels of solar knowledge as well as a commitment to quality and homeowner satisfaction.

Solar installers who achieve CertainTeed’s Master Solar Installer credential are able to offer customers a 25-year installation workmanship warranty on CertainTeed solar products, including the Solstice Solar System. Backed by CertainTeed, the warranty is among the strongest of its kind in the industry and includes end-to-end coverage for both the products and their professional installation.

“Our requirements for Master Solar Installers ensure a more knowledgeable installer and provide customers with the best experience possible, so everyone wins,” said Mark Stancroff, director of solar business for CertainTeed. “Kopp Electric Company has a quality reputation with their customers and community. We’re excited to work with them and provide homeowners with peace of mind knowing that their solar system will be protected for the lifetime of the product.”

Kopp Electric Company has served the New Jersey community for more than 25 years, providing residential and commercial energy solutions, including solar system installation. According to Kopp Electric Director Josh Kopp, all of the company’s work is performed in-house by long-term, experienced employees and craftsmen who value customers and take pride in their workmanship.

“At Kopp Electric, the customer comes first and we are always looking for ways to improve our services,” said Kopp. “We take pride in utilizing the best quality products and the most up-todate technologies and are proud to have CertainTeed Master Installer status. CertainTeed’s brand, warranties and products have a strong reputation for quality, which further demonstrates our commitment to customers and our promise to deliver excellence.”

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2019-08-14T14:23:57-05:00Solar News|