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My personal experience with this company is as follows:
I signed a contract with Erus for solar panels on my house. I was assured that it would be sufficient to at least run my electrical needs in the winter in Arizona.
The agreement was written up and signed and a few days later I called SRP to notify them of the change in my status that was coming up. When they reviewed the size of my solar system they told me that it would only provide 40% of my annual energy usage and that it would in no way provide me with enough electricity to run my house during any month of the year.
I then proceeded to cancel my contract with Erus only to find out that they had included in this contract a $4,000.00 cancellation fee that took effect on day 4 after the contract was signed.
Keep in mind they hadn’t performed any work to date. This extreme fee was designed to motivate me to not exit this contract.
I contacted a lawyer and several communications went back and forth between my lawyer and Erus.
The net result was my lawyer telling me to just pay them the $22,000 for the less than adequate solar system they had proposed.
I decided I would rather pay the penalty of $4,000 than deal with a shady company like this.
They are still pursuing me for this amount to this day.
There are far more reputable solar companies out there. This one is not to be trusted in any way.
Don’t do it!! RUN!! It’s a total scam
I wish I would have read all of these reviews before I was defrauded into entering into $40k loan for a bunch of paperweights on my roof. First of all the install process was an absolute nightmare and after several delays they told me they were out of stock and then I had further delays. Josh Wasielczyk was unprofessional and rude when I tried to cancel my loan contract b/c they weren’t going to be able to get my panels installed by Dec 31 which would have impacted this “amazing tax credit” I was promised. I was threatened with a huge cancelation fee. Then weird all of the sudden the find more panels! If there’s anything I wish I could do now it’s just take the hit on the cancelation fee because now that the panels are finally installed and I’ve received my first bill and on the proposal they provided me when I decided if I was going to purchase the system was $13. What was my ACTUAL bill you ask? $146. So now my total bill for this month is almost $100 per month than what I was paying when I didn’t have solar. DON’T DO IT!! I beg you. Save yourself. I wish I would have, now I’m TRAPPED in a HUGE loan for the next 25 years and wishing I had never met anybody from Erus Energy.
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