EcoFasten Solar Relocating to Phoenix

In Phoenix it will have the capacity to exceed rapidly growing customer demand for its roofer-friendly products, matched with the ability to launch a proactive sales effort to reach new customers.

Morrisville, VT: EcoFasten Solar, a leader in the solar roof mount manufacturing industry, announced today that it will relocate its headquarters to Phoenix, Arizona in January 2016.  The company's exponential growth has driven it to a point of needing significantly more space, staff and a location more central to serving the solar industry. In Phoenix it will have the capacity to exceed rapidly growing customer demand for its roofer-friendly products, matched with the ability to launch a proactive sales effort to reach new customers. 


"We could not be more excited, better positioned, or ready for this next step." Brian and Sandy Stearns, Owners.

The company is seeking highly skilled candidates in the Phoenix area to fill the positions of Operations Manager, General Manager, Finance and Administrative Services Manager, as well as a Sales and Customer Service Manager. EcoFasten Solar will then quickly move to filling all operational staff positions.

About EcoFasten Solar: Industry leader EcoFasten Solar designs, engineers, and manufactures patented, watertight solar roof mounts. The company provides mounting solutions that are easy to install, cost-effective, rugged in fabrication, and unsurpassed in quality. Comprised of a seasoned and growing team of professionals with talent, ability, and drive, all EcoFasten Solar products are precision-designed with the installer in mind.

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