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Energy House Fresno Hires Eddie Egar To Head Solar Division

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Eddie Egar has the experience and know-how to take Energy House Fresno and its solar division to the next level.

May 1, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Energy House Solar is proud to announce the addition of Eddie Egar to its team of top-notch professionals. Energy House Fresno’s solar division is growing at a rapid pace, and Egar’s expertise and more than six years of high level solar knowledge and experience will ensure the continuation of this growth. Energy House Fresno extends a warm welcome to Eddie and his team and look forward to a successful relationship.

Since 1984, the Energy House has been serving California Central Valley with the best solar power options available. Leading a global solar innovation movement, the company propels this movement with SunPower solar panels—one of the most widely used solar panels in the world. Whether it’s a residential or commercial property, Energy House Fresno’s solar solutions continue to be a force. For residential properties, the SunPower Maxeon Cell Technology eliminates unattractive front metal gridlines. The streamlined design blends seamlessly into the home and capture more sunlight. These innovations—coupled with certified professionals and a superb customer service team—are what continue to make Energy House thrive.

With thirty years of experience and one of the highest customer service ratings in the area, Energy House Fresno is committed to giving its customers exactly what they need, in the most efficient manner possible. From SunPower systems to its Watkins Manufacturing products, everything is considered with the end customer in mind. The full-time service department offers a range of installations, diagnostics, replacements, and more to cater to issues that may arise.

Located in Fresno, The Energy House has been serving California’s Central Valley since 1984. They are deeply committed and dedicated to providing their customers with the highest quality in Residential Solar Power, Hot Tubs, Wood, Gas and Pellet Stoves, in addition to Portable Pools and Ceiling Fans. Energy House backs these products with world-class service. For assistance and questions, please contact Energy House at (559) 432-1500 or visit their website at: http://energyhousefresno.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Rob Robinson
Email: theenergyhouse@hotmail.com
Phone: (559) 432-1500
Organization: Energy House

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