Go Solar And Reduce Your Monthly Electric Payments With SolArmy, A South Florida Leader In Sustainable Living

Now more than ever, South Florida homeowners find themselves staying indoors heeding the guidelines set forth by the CDC and government officials during the coronavirus global pandemic.  As a result, SolArmy, South Florida's innovative turnkey solutions operator and consultant in the renewable energy community, has launched a COVID-19 Relief Program to help keep electric bills down while sheltering in place. Offering a $1,000 activation bonus, three months of electric bills paid, no upfront cost and no payments for up to a year, the SolArmy COVID-19 Relief Program brings homeowners much needed financial relief and reassurance during these unpredictable times with solar power technology.

"SolArmy's mission is to promote sustainable living at the most affordable price possible," says SolArmy CEO and Founder Nizar Dalbani. "Because most Americans' electricity bills have increased due to more time spent staying home, we have created the COVID-19 Relief Program, a cost-effective solution that offers South Florida homeowners' financial relief during these extraordinary times," adds Dalbani.   

Through the COVID-19 Relief Program, customers will work virtually with a dedicated account manager to ensure proper system function and maintenance even after activation. SolArmy works with an extensive network of licensed and certified installers to ensure that clients receive the best quality, pricing and experience.  Additionally, SolArmy offers a referral program allowing clients to earn a $1,000 bonus every time they refer SolArmy to friends and they purchase their own systems. Customers who have participated in the referral program have been able to pay their systems off twice as fast - an average of five years.

"Our referral program strives to stimulate the local economy while simultaneously allowing homeowners to save money for other essential needs," states Dalbani. "We've also been given a chance to press reset on many areas of our lives and reconsider the choices we make in order to lead a more sustainable lifestyle benefiting both society and the environment." 

Source: Go Solar
Date: May 11, 2020