Quick Mount PV Achieves ISO 9001:2008 Certification

The ISO 9001:2008 certification covers all aspects of R&D, production and quality control.

WALNUT CREEK, CA (January 17, 2013) -- Quick Mount PV announces that it has received ISO 9001:2008 certification for quality management in the manufacturing of its industry-leading solar roof mounts in Walnut Creek, CA.


The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) develops international standards to help make industry more efficient and effective, and to facilitate global trade.

The ISO 9001:2008 certification covers all aspects of R&D, production and quality control, helping to implement a system of continual improvement that prioritizes product quality, internal job effectiveness, and above all, customer satisfaction.

"ISO 9001:2008 certification provides Quick Mount PV with a widely respected standard for quality assurance," stated company CEO Claudia Wentworth. "As a rapidly growing business, strengthening our foundation for future growth both domestic and international is paramount to our continued success."

Founded in 2006, Quick Mount PV pioneered a new solar industry standard for roof mounting that fully incorporates roofing best practices. Quick Mount PV is committed to manufacturing superior roof mounts and providing the training and education necessary to insure code-compliant installations. For more information, visit quickmountpv.com.

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