We only have one planet to survive and thrive on, continued use of fossil fuel energy will cause permanent damage to this already fragile planet. Here in New York, we receive over 250 days of sunlight, why not harness that sunlight to create energy and at the same time save our environment? Here at Sunshine Plus Solar Corp., our focus is to provide Solar Energy Systems to all residents, commercial applications and municipalities of Long Island to suffice their energy needs. Together, let's choose a more responsible means to power our homes for years to come: Let’s go solar.
A message from our owner and president Kevin Creamer:
“Watching the solar industry and technology grow over the last thirty years has been an exciting time. Now more than ever, it’s important that our communities come together to become energy independent. Sunshine Plus Solar Corp. works alongside customers from initial quote to job completion. It is that dedication that rubs off on our staff and proves to stand for years to come!”
Established in 1982, Sunshine Plus Solar Corp. is built on experience, knowledge and treating customers like they are one of our own. Since 1982 Sunshine Plus has been installing, engineering and servicing solar systems throughout the Long Island and the tri-state area. We began our journey starting with Solar Thermal systems in the late ’70s to early ’80s. Here we installed systems for major corporations such as Grumman, Sears, and Meenan. When the technology of Solar Electric systems began to boom in the early 90’s we were well ahead of the curve, completing some of the first Solar Electric systems in the country. While our primary focus is helping Long Islanders become energy sufficient, we are no strangers to seeing our work environment go out of state. We have seen our work range from Long Island to Louisiana, Texas, Hawaii, North Carolina, and Virginia, to name a few. Our primary focus is always providing quality craftsmanship wherever we may end up.
This company sold me a photovoltaic solar system in 2012. I had previously had a older solar hot water system that they had serviced before in the past.
They removed the old panels but I told them I might someday find used ones so they shouldn't remove the water tank and heat exchanger. Little did I know that they left the water supply connected to the water tank. This caused it to wear, erode, and ultimately rupture, causing a major flood in my basement. When I approaced them about it, they essentialy told me it was my tough luck.