Maybe I'm an outlier, but my personal experience was completely different than other reviewers. I was constantly following up with this company to get a quote. They told me that they will not provide quotes through the EnergySage website. They even told me that if they did go through EnergySage, the proposal would be higher because it would be a rough estimate. However, when they finally said they had a proposal ready for me, its not like they had any additional information that I didn't already provide through EnergySage.
Furthermore, they would not come to my house for a shade analysis despite telling me twice that they would schedule one. The first time; I was waiting at my house for the company representative to show up, and when I called I was told that he was no longer with the company. Then when I repeatedly followed-up with that same person, I was told that he was out sick for multiple days. Then when I finally received a third contact, I was told I needed to go through the same hour long virtual consultation that I had already did with the first person.
After spending a second hour of my time explaining the project, I was told that they would set up an appointment for a shade analysis. They were not confident that my property would meet my needs for a payback period of less than 10 years. Fair enough, but after over another week of waiting to see when that shade analysis would be scheduled, I had to follow-up again and was told that they had a proposal ready...even though they never did a shade analysis. I guess you get the point by this stage of the story. From the first day I reached out to All Energy Solar to today, it has been over a month and I still don't have a proposal.
Long story, longer, I asked for the proposal by email, but they are adamant that it must be provided by ANOTHER virtual consultation. I'm very frustrated with my experience. I had high hopes. Other local installers treated me the way that I was told how I would be treated by All Energy Solar since they are a local company. Really, you could insert Tesla into this story and I'm not sure you would be able to tell the difference other than the quote would be significantly cheaper.