Clean Solar Culture
Clean Solar is more than just the premiere solar company in the Bay Area. We are a team of people who are motivated, creative, honest, hard-working … just like you. We pride ourselves on superb customer satisfaction and being transparent throughout the installation process, making sure all our homeowners know what we are doing, when and why. And then we deliver.
Dedicated to Providing You the Best
We partner with families to bring them the solar system they want for their homes. Then we give back to the community, on behalf of the homeowner, $150 to the charity of their choice.
When they founded Clean Solar in 2007, Randy Zechman and Jeff Ritchey believed they could make a difference in customer service for homeowners purchasing solar.
The Clean Solar is dedicated to taking care of little detail of your installation. We pride ourselves on returning phone calls within hours instead of weeks, communicating changes in schedule, talking the customer through the entire process, and cleaning up on the job site.
From the onset, homeowners are educated on all facets of their solar system, from products used to financial outcomes. Zechman says,
During the install, we always let the customer know where we are in the process and provide a current timetable. Afterwards, we make sure the customer is happy with the aesthetic components and we always want to be there so they can see their meter spin backwards.”
In addition, Zechman says that Clean Solar “hangs its hat” on two important dynamics.
1. Giving back to the community: Clean Solar donates $150 on every residential job to a charity of the your choice.
2. We guarantee that your system will produce that stated amount or more. “We are confident in our system design. Clean Solar wants to give our customers confidence they will get what we are promising,” said Randy Zechman, CEO/Co-Founder. “Solar has become a very reliable and quantifiable commodity.
Clean Solar also offers homeowners the convenience of choosing from several different products, unlike other installers who Zechman believes “try to squeeze a round peg into a square hole, because it’s the only product they can offer.”