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Topics: Solar Tool, Solar Sales, Solar market, solargraf, Solar Business, Solar Leads, Resources, solar panels, solar installer, solar industry, solar software, solar quote, solar proposal software, solar quote software, coronavirus, COVID-19, solar marketing, remote sales, remote solar sales
A few weeks ago, we hosted an engaging and dynamic webinar on how to start a solar installation business or take your first steps toward scaling. Throughout, our CEO Lennie – who himself bootstrapped a successful solar installation company – offered valuable insights about building solid solar relationships, developing structured processes and building a powerful brand. As an added perk for our webinar attendees, we fleshed out a 3-part whitepaper stock-full of actionable advice, additional reading and clear dos and don’ts.
Here are some of the broader themes that popped up in that whitepaper, and some of the clever tips you can put into action today.
It’s been nearly 2 weeks since our last webinar on solar financing, yet we’re still getting great feedback and follow-up questions nearly every day! So to spread the knowledge, we figured we’d repackage some of the great insight that came out of your crowd-sourced questions to bring you 5 big takeaways from our financing 101 webinar.
As the solar high season comes to a gradual close in most 4-season states, many of us are looking ahead at the next few months with a sense of foreboding and apprehension – buckle in, here come the dry months! Surely people aren’t thinking of solar anymore in the winter, it’s time to scale back and hibernate. But what if you could use the next few weeks to create a sense of urgency, line up a few key projects for Spring and get ready for next year’s growth?
Solar installation can be challenging. Luckily, there are a ton of great places to get help, tips, and tricks in order to stay on top of the game and keep increasing sales.
One of the best ways to share and get feedback from other installers is by joining PV installer Facebook groups. People share their current projects, favorite parts and suppliers, and the occasional funny installation fail!