SolarBOS Launches new website for 2013

Updated and easier to navigate website

LIVERMORE, California (May 23, 2013) – SolarBOS, Inc., a leading developer and manufacturer for Balance of System products in the Solar Energy Industry, is pleased to announce an updated and easier to navigate website for 2013. The new site includes an updated user friendly product configurator on the main page, updated photography, an in-depth look at SolarBOS, and much more. The new website is part of SolarBOS' ongoing efforts to better serve their customers.


The new website's homepage welcomes visitors with a clean and uncluttered design, new slideshow, and updated products section that provides an "at home" feel. The new design makes it easier for SolarBOS customers to find and configure the products they need in order to build cost-effective and high-quality PV systems.

For more information about SolarBOS and to see the new website, visit www.solarbos.com
About SolarBOS

SolarBOS is a leading developer and manufacturer for balance of system products. In addition to providing a wide array of standard products, SolarBOS excels in providing custom solutions for integrators and designers alike. Founded in 2004, SolarBOS is located in Livermore, California. SolarBOS' deep understanding of PV systems and experience in design and manufacturing, help develop reliable and cost-effective solutions for their customers.

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