Solar panel industry warn of rogue salesmen
For years now we've heard the horror stories of the 'double-glazing salesman'; pushy,
aggressive, quoting incredibly high before halving the price after a call to his 'manager', refusing to leave the
home until someone signs something. Well it seems that some of these sales tactics are threatening to cross into
the solar industry.
Fortunately there are many in the industry that disapprove of this approach as much as the homeowners that are
unlucky enough to encounter someone giving the 'hard sell'. You can find reputable companies and ultimately read
their feedback elswhrer.
There are also ways of safeguarding yourself against any sales patter, and the easiest way is to know what
they're talking about and be able to ask questions, which can be done after a quick internet search. You should
also be aware of the costs of solar panels before you talk to or meet any companies, only then can you be sure that
what they're offering isn't too expensive or too good to be true.
Its equally important not to let a few isolated incidents and a few rogue salesman put you off enquiring about
an investment many consider as offering one of the highest returns today and a way of protecting yourself against
rising energy costs. As with all large purchases and home improvements, its a matter of building up some prior
knowledge before signing on the dotted line.