Certified Installer Program
Knowledge is power and we want our Members to be as well informed as possible, so that they can make the best decision for them and their families.
We have selected the following installers, who we feel perform quality work and are well informed on CoServ’s solar policies and rates.
It is important to note that CoServ does not receive any financial gain or other incentives by partnering with these solar installers. The following installers have a proven track record with CoServ and have performed quality work for our Members.
Freedom Solar Power
Freedom Solar Power provides solar panel and backup battery solutions to residential customers across Texas, Colorado, Florida, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Since being founded in Austin, Texas, in 2007, they've provided quality work to thousands of customers. They have been part of the CoServ installers program since 2018.
Good Faith Energy
Good Faith Energy is a nationally recognized leader in distributed solar, storage, and roofing. Since 2014, they have been serving Texas residents with alternative energy solutions with a customer-centric focus. They have been part of the CoServ installers program since 2016.
ION Solar prides itself on providing solar options that are efficient and stress-free, from consultation to after installation. They've been in the business since 2013 and have over 85,000 customers across the U.S. They have been part of the CoServ installers program since 2024.
How are installers chosen by CoServ?
CoServ does not receive any financial gain or other incentives by partnering with these solar installers. Because we have established relationships with each of them, we know their work and business practices and we trust that these companies are providing our Members with honest information not just about your system but CoServ’s solar policies as well.
Still have questions? Reach out to us at [email protected].
What do I do if I believe a Solar Company is being deceptive?
The solar installation industry has grown rapidly over the past decade and with that, have come many high-pressure sales tactics and clever solar scams. To help combat this, CoServ always recommends that our Members do their own research and get several quotes from various companies before committing to any contract.
However, if you feel that a company is misrepresenting itself or its products the DOE recommends that you can contact the Federal Trade Commission to report fraud, scams, and bad business practices. You also have options at the state level as well. The consumer protection offices may also be able to help too.