Energy Roofing Systems Expands Solar Division

Energy Roofing Systems of Cumming, Georgia, provider of Energy STAR rated energy efficient cool metal roofing and affordable solar technologies, has announced the formation of its newest division, Energy Solar Systems.

Energy Roofing Systems of Cumming, Georgia has announced the formation of its newest division, Energy Solar Systems. Out of unprecedented growth in the solar market it has become necessary to establish a division that will devote all of its efforts to the marketing and installation of residential and commercial solar systems both photovoltaic and thermal. Energy Roofing Systems has long been involved in Energy STAR rated roofing system with cool roof technology (as they've dubbed the "smarterROOF"). This is just the next logical step for the company to take in an effort to offer the latest in energy savings and sustainability in the marketplace.


The new division will operate along side of Energy Roofing Systems and be able to provide guidance to their customers on the steps that should be taken to achieve energy independence in homes and businesses. The company believes that the savings and production of energy is not only in the national best interest but is also financially the best thing that can be done as we head into the 21st century.

Energy independence is possible today and with federal government grants and other tax incentives it is a must for every home and business owner to look into. As the cost of energy soars (over 20% last year alone) the need to address it is becoming more critical every year. Energy Solar Systems is equipped to size, quote, and install solar equipment to meet the demand at the best possible price. Please visit their website www.energysolarsystems.net for further information or to request a quote.

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