SUNation Solar Systems Chosen As Complete Service Provider For All Level Solar Operations
RONKONKOMA, N.Y., Oct. 16, 2017 — Ronkonkoma-based SUNation Solar Systems, the premier provider of residential and commercial solar solutions throughout Nassau, Suffolk and Queens, has been chosen to take over all service operations by the Board of Directors of Level Solar, Inc. This includes financial administration, invoicing, billing and all phases of operations and maintenance / service work on all Level Solar installations. This course of action taken by the Level Solar leadership ensures that all their customers will be serviced so that they continue to provide clean, renewable power into the future.
“It’s been a crazy couple of weeks around here trying to piece this process together,” explained SUNation CEO and Co-Founder, Scott Maskin. “SUNation will be doing a full court press with emails, social media and any other method of communication to bring information to Level clients. We will also be coordinating with suppliers and building departments to right this ship.”
SUNation Solar Systems has doubled in size year after year with nearly 3,000 of its own systems installed to date. “SUNation is proud to have added over 20 former Level Solar team members to our existing 100+ person team. These high-quality Level teammates will help to make a smooth transition for Level’s existing customers and we expect to add more former Level employees to our team in the future,” added Maskin. “We are uniquely positioned and fully capable to support this project as Long Island’s largest and oldest full service solar contractor since 2003.”
About SUNation Solar Systems
SUNation Solar Systems is a full-service solar installation provider based in Ronkonkoma, NY and has installed nearly 3,000 residential, commercial and municipal systems in the region to date. They have been voted Best of Long Island Solar Business for 8 years in a row, as well as Best Green Business and Best Alternative Energy Company for 2017. SUNation has saved Long Islanders over $6 million each year by powering their homes and businesses with the sun.