Robert L. in
My system was installed in March of 2018. I wanted to see how things went with the system overall before posting a review. And rain. I wanted to go through some storms. Spoiler alert: No leaks.
Honestly? Things went fine. Solar Harmonics knew their stuff and was patient while I worked through the thousand questions that Internet research will inspire. The planning, permitting, installation and turn-up went according to schedule, and when we finally went live, the system just worked.
Because I'd recently changed over to a ductless HVAC system, I knew that my future energy needs would differ from the past PG&E bills that their team used to make a solar capacity recommendation, and was therefore concerned. I didn't need to be -- I think the sizing was perfect: with enough left over to where a super-hot summer (or super-cloudy/smoky winter) won't yield any surprises.
So, 10/10 would recommend Solar Harmonics. In fact, I actually have recommended them already.