Fronius USA Offering 10-Year Warranty Extension

Now available on IG and IG Plus PV Inverters

April 8, 2011. Brighton, MI


Fronius USA is now offering a 10-Year Warranty Extension on IG and IG Plus / IG Plus V series inverters. Customers can upgrade from Fronius' standard 10-Year Warranty to 20 years by purchasing the 10-Year Warranty Extension for a nominal investment. The 20-Year Warranty shows Fronius' long-term commitment to our customers. We build high quality products designed to last.

As an industry-leading move, Fronius began offering a Five-Year Warranty Extension back in May, 2008. We are pleased that we can now offer a 10-Year Warranty Extension. "These extended warranties of up to 20 years take us up another notch in providing the world-class customer service we refer to as The Fronius Difference' to our customers." states Moe Mahone, Head of Fronius USA Solar Technical Support.

Special introductory pricing is available until June 30, 2011. Please contact your Fronius solar dealer or installer for details regarding the Fronius 5-Year and 10-Year warranty extensions. To read our Warranty Statements, please visit our Warranty Process page at www.fronius-usa.com.

About Fronius
Fronius specializes in energy conversion technologies in three company divisions; Battery Charging Systems, Welding Technology and Solar Electronics. With over 65 years of experience, Fronius employs over 3100 globally and is supported through an international network of sales partners. Fronius as developed a revolutionary inverter concept that is used for both grid-tied as well as European stand-alone solar systems and takes pride in delivering world-class customer service.

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