- Do they have a current Louisiana state contractor's
license, with designations of statewide electrical and
solar energy installer? Check the LA Contractor's
- Did they provide proof of current and up to date Workers' Compensation Insurance and General Liability insurance? They must have a roofing designation (NCCI code 5551). THIS IS IMPORTANT! If a contractor or installer is on your roof and an accident occurs, your homeowner's insurance will not cover this.
- Are they accredited with the Better Business Bureau (BBB)?
- How many jobs have they installed?
- Do they provide stamped drawings meeting wind load and all other local building code requirements?
- Are they affiliated with the manufacturer? Do they buy direct?
- Did your contractor explain the difference between a power production and manufacturer's warranty?
- Do they provide a PV Watts analysis from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)?
- Is the contractor NABCEP certified?
- Do they offer a Power Production Guarantee?
- What is the contractor's warranty on their workmanship?
- Do they use sub-contractors?
- Does the contractor offer a low price guarantee?
- Will the solar contractor provide you with an extensive portfolio of their work?
If you are having any trouble finding your home, please call Melissa Romer at 504.529.7869 x 2030. You can skip this step and submit the rest of your information.