Quick Mount PV Launches Company Blog

The new blog coincides with a website redesign aimed to highlight the company's unique value to its customers as well as enhance the user experience.

Walnut Creek, CA, September 9, 2014 – Industry-leading solar roof mount manufacturer, Quick Mount PV, has launched a solar roofing blog titled Rooftop Review. The new blog coincides with a website redesign aimed to highlight the company's unique value to its customers as well as enhance the user experience.


The new blog will harness the company's technical and industry expertise in roofing and solar to share relevant information, tips and industry news. The blog will also provide a place for readers to comment, and share their stories and ideas. "We believe knowledge, education and outreach are key to our success in solar. A company blog is the perfect medium for us to share valuable content and interact with our customers and industry colleagues," stated CEO Claudia Wentworth.

Blog posts will feature installation tips and advice, videos addressing specific installation topics, important changes and updates to building codes affecting solar, featured installation stories, and much more.

"We look forward to engaging our customers and sharing information and content so together we can advance the future of solar," added Wentworth.

www.quickmountpv.com/blog

About Quick Mount PV
Quick Mount PV manufactures 100 percent code-compliant, waterproof solar mounting systems for installing solar on residential and commercial rooftops. Founded in 2006, Quick Mount PV is committed to sustainable business practices, ongoing industry training and education, and manufacturing the highest quality solar roof mounts in the industry. For more information, visit www.quickmountpv.com.

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