Why should I choose Freedom Solar Power?
Freedom Solar Power works for you to get solar power into your home. The entire process is handled by people capable of doing it the right way.
- We staff in-house experts across sales, design, permitting, installation, and customer care. We hire people who are humble and hungry to leave the world a better place.
- We only install carefully curated high-quality solar technology, and we do so with an attention to detail, so you and your families can depend on the power.
- We hold ourselves accountable to your outcomes through a 25-year product, performance, and service warranty.
Contact us today so we can prove to why we’re a great fit for your project.
What solar panels do you sell and use?
There are a lot of options out there, and we have done a careful job to curate our solar panel offering.
We only offer products and services that we can guarantee with 25-year performance, product and workmanship warranty. For example, we sell SunPower panels, a US-based company with some of the most efficient solar panels in the world, among others.
How long has Freedom Solar been in business?
Freedom Solar has been in business since 2007. Our founder, Adrian Buck, used to install solar panels in central Texas. That experience inspired him to create his own solar panel company.
Since our establishment in Austin over 15 years ago, we’ve expanded to eleven other locations, spanning six states. We’ve grown extensive portfolios in both residential and commercial sectors, and we’ve worked with large enterprises like Whole Foods and Office Depot.
Does Freedom Solar offer maintenance and repair services?
Yes, Freedom Solar offers optimal maintenance and repair services. Our 25-year warranty plan, which we offer together with our panel suppliers, covers these services, including the performance, product and workmanship for your solar panels.
This is to ensure your panels’ output remains strong throughout their lifetime, full coverage of maintenance, repair and replacement costs if your panels are damaged, and services from our in-house team of NABCEP-certified installers and licensed electricians.
What areas does Freedom Solar service?
Freedom Solar has offices in 11 cities spanning six states. Our headquarters are in Austin, Texas, with other statewide offices located in Houston, San Antonio and the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.
We have two Colorado offices in Denver and Colorado Springs, as well as two Florida offices in Tampa and Orlando. Our Virginia office is in Norfolk-Virginia Beach, and our newest offices are in Raleigh-Durham and Charlotte, North Carolina, with coverage across the border into South Carolina.
Can Freedom Solar help me determine my home’s solar potential?
Yes! Freedom Solar has an on-site solar potential calculator that helps you determine the solar power potential of your home or business. To find an estimate, the calculator takes the amount of shading you select for your building and the average amount of your monthly electric bill.
What warranty options does Freedom Solar have?
Freedom Solar has one warranty option: a 25-year plan covering the performance, product and workmanship of your SunPower solar panels. We designed our warranty to keep your panels’ energy output at a minimum of 92%, and it covers any service labor needed for your actual product and additional equipment. Whether environmental conditions (like weather) damage your panels, they need routine maintenance services or they require full replacement — our warranty has you covered.
Who owns Freedom Solar Power?
Adrian Buck is the owner, founder and chief installation officer of Freedom Solar Power (more formally known as Freedom Solar), which he established in 2007. Our full list of board members includes Chief Executive Officer Bret Biggart, President and Chief Operations Officer Ryan Hunter, Chief Expansion Officer Chad Preece, Chief Financial Officer Mark Villani, Chief Administrative Officer Meredith Jarrett, Head of Commercial Sales Kyle Frazier, Head of Residential Sales Aaron Heth, Chief Marketing Officer Sherren Harter and Chief Safety and Training Officer Jesse Hardy.