Is Your Solar Service Provider Out Of Business?

Welcome to NYSM Support

A huge number of solar installers have gone out of business, leaving solar homeowners (solar orphans) uncertain about who to call about solar repair and maintenance. If you find yourself in this situation, and are in need of immediate help with your solar system, you can contact us for a free consultation. We'll take care of you!

Phone Consultation with Solar Experts

Whether you have some idea of what’s going on with your solar system or none, we are here to provide all the solar service help you need.


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See Our Comprehensive List of Solar Companies That Have Gone Out Of Business

If you see your solar installer in this list, you can send us a message or give us a call and we’ll address all of your concerns.

Onforce solar
Mercury Solar
BE Free Solar
Northeast Smart Energy
Solar Energy World
Majestic and Sons Solar
For Best Solar In NJ
The Solar Center (NJ)
advanced solar power (LI)
Innovative Energy Solutions
Donaldson Solar
Quad State Solar
Advanced Solar Power
RGS Real Good Solar
Solar Spectrum

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What do I do if my Solar Installer Can't Be Reached

Keep all the paperwork from your original solar installer. The product warranty might cover some issues, and you’ll need to know who manufactured the equipment, when it was purchased, and other details that your paperwork should have. Keep in mind that many warranties require you to keep your solar equipment in good working order, so scheduling a yearly solar inspection is an easy way to show that you’ve stayed current with any solar maintenance needs.

What Kind of Service & Maintenance do Solar Panels Need?

The following is a list of some of the solar services and maintenance tasks that a solar service specialist like NYSM will perform:

  • Cleaning the panels and ensuring they are free of defects
  • Inspecting parts for corrosion and deterioration
  • Removing dust and debris from vents
  • Confirming all electrical components are functioning properly
  • Checking the wiring and switches for defects
  • Ensuring that fittings and cables are secure
  • Clearing the access to isolator switches
  • Reviewing inverter data for any recorded faults
  • Ensuring that emergency procedures are visible and legible