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Kevin Soucy, owner of SunMark Solar. SunMark Solar is a Family owned business, and I am a Master Electrician who has been installing Solar Systems since the 1980’s. He has done every kind of installation there is; from a few panels on a cabin in the woods to utility scale solar farms. He has worked with every type of equipment out there. We are a turnkey solar solution, with in house sales, design, engineering, permitting, installation all under one roof by real people. We are committed to providing the best products, engineering, service, and payment options to our valued customers. At SunMark it is called “Doing Business the old fashioned way.”

SunMark Solar, where shaking your hand means more than clicking your mouse.
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Year Established
2016
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8443624786

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Kevin Soucy MA electrician: 927

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Thieves and Liars!!!

Avoid this company! The owner and the general manager are both dirty lying thieves and scumbags!!! There are many reputable solar companies in Massachusetts to choose from, DO NOT use SunMark!

Posted by timwebber1 on Apr 27, 2017
Do not use these guys

Steer clear of Sunmark Solar. Sunmark's new GM is under investigation by the MA Attorney General as I write this. He was the owner of Twin State Sun before shuttering it January 2017. He left over 30 homeowners high and dry then filed a $2M personal bankruptcy to protect himself from us. Search Yelp for reviews of Twin State Sun. Or go to this link http://boston.cbslocal.com/2017/02/20/i-team-customers-pay-thousands-dollars-solar-company/ There are many very good reputable solar installers in New England. Do a little research, find a good company to work with, and go solar. Just don't do it with Sunmark Solar.

Posted by tslvrmn on Mar 29, 2017

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