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Infinity Energy (Infinity Solar Systems LLC)

Infinity offers the highest quality of products at the most aggressive prices. With in house roofing, siding, and electrical services Infinity is the ultimate one stop shop for homeowners throughout the tri-state area. Our value promise is to offer premium equipment, installed by master craftsmen, at a fair price.
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About Infinity Energy (Infinity Solar Systems LLC)

Infinity Energy has earned an Elite + rating from EnergySage (Top 4%). We offer premium equipment, installed by master craftsmen, at a fair price. Delivering on this pledge has also earned us a 5-Star rating with Home Advisor, and an A+ rating from Better Business Bureau. Experience matters and Infinity has installed over 10,000 systems since 2008.
Year Established
2008
Phone Number
(646) 942-2753
Reasons Why You Should Work With Us
  1. Full System Warranty - 25 year leak proof penetration guarantee, energy production and workmanship warranty

  2. No subcontractors - Full scale roofing and electrical divisions

  3. 10,000 installations in NY, NJ & CT since 2008

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We speak

English; Spanish

Full scale solar, EV chargers, roofing, siding, and electrical provider. Highest rated equipment installed by master craftsman at fair prices.

Services Offered

  • Installation
  • Financing
  • Roofing
  • Electrical Contracting

Experience matters! Infinity has 10,000 solar system installed since 2008. The Company has been locally owned and operated with the same owners since inception. You can depend on our expertise as master craftsman in solar, roofing and electrical contracting.

Andy Strauss, Solar Consultant
Adam Kanoff, Solar Consultant

Associated product manufacturers

Associated financing companies

Workmanship Warranty

25 Year full workmanship warranty including penetration's

Licenses

Home Improvement Contractor- 13VH05585000
Electrical Contractor-

Insurance

SB One Insurance agency - $1,000,000 coverage

Certifications

NABCEP

Industry Certifications

Manufacturer Certifications

  • Certified Atmos installer
  • Certified Solar Professional
  • Platinum Installer

What Customers Are Saying

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Expanding too quickly?

I loved Infinity early on and fully expected to give them five stars. We all know that solar takes a long time to get going (about six months from contract to PTO in my case), and that’s not what this is about. There were just too many oopsies where installation errors led to over a six-week delay in approval to operate and misinformation cost me $3375 in a lost battery incentive. Although a three- or four-star rating may carry more credibility than a two-star rating, I think that they’ve earned the lower evaluation. Perhaps they’ve just grown too quickly, especially into the further reaches of central CT. Now for some details. First the good parts. Scott G was a great sales rep. He’s very knowledgeable and straightforward, presenting options in a balanced way. He didn’t try to BS me as some other reps did, and he talked to my technical level. (For good or bad, I have a technical background and I read up a lot before contacting installers.) Everyone at Infinity has been incredibly friendly and informative, and the system is now fully up and running. The installation was very tidy, and cleanup was excellent. Now the not so good parts, in increasing order of concern and when they occurred. First miscommunications. There were a gazillion, and I have the emails to support my side. The site surveyor didn’t know that we wanted a battery, causing a lot of back and forth later on. The design plans had the battery outside, even though Scott and I were both clear than it would be in the garage. Then there was confusion about where it would go in the garage. Early communications completely mis-stated our pre-solar annual electrical usage. The roof layout was supposed to be 2x9 (very appealing and nicely filling the roof). The design plans showed 13 panels on the main roof—some vertical and some horizontal—with 5 on two other roof sections. Ugly and less solar production. I only saw this change on the plans; nobody actually let me know. After many emails, the original 2x9 arrangement was OK’ed, and is what’s up there. I was one email away from going elsewhere. Then came some minor oopsies. The wrong production meter was installed, and it was hooked up contrary to the requirements of our electric company (United Illuminating). Another visit. On installation day, the workers didn’t know that the engineering plan required reinforcing beams in the attic. Another visit weeks later. CT has an amazing plan for batteries, which pays a large upfront incentive to allow the utility to draw down the battery on summer afternoons, plus additional incentives to draw down rapidly when there’s excess demand on the grid. Scott informed me that the Tesla Powerwall qualified for the full incentives, but it doesn’t. That cost me the upfront incentive of $3375! I would’ve gone with another battery and receive the incentive. Finally, the system failed two United Illuminating “witness test” inspections, due to a completely discharged and inactivated battery, lack of a terminator on the battery, and connecting two wires to the wrong breakers. Additional visit to fix. These failures delayed PTO by over six weeks. Again, I understand that various steps take time, but these were errors, not time spent waiting for an inspection.

Posted by Mark.Solomon on Jul 03, 2024
2 Years of solar

I got solar installed 2 years ago and am remiss I haven’t left a review until now. I am very happy with my decision to go Solar. The Infinity team made the process seem easy. We have needed some help after installation for a couple of minor technical adjustments and the team was friendly and responsive. If you’re going Solar I suggest you speak with Infinity.

Posted by thefatmanrocks on Jun 09, 2024
Good service all the way through

Infinity Energy makes the process of going solar simple and seamless. The sales process is was transparent and honest. The service team is prompt and polite. I highly recommend using Infinity to go solar.

Posted by jjackson196398 on Jun 09, 2024
Solar Install but with Pathetic after install service

Update:- I hate to say , as soon as the work is done and writing a good review they show their true colors . They act as if they have nothing to do with me. They don't even have patience to listen to the issue i am raising and make their own assumptions with no logic. Hard to ask for service person to look at the issue even thought Enphase engg opens the case for infinity tech to perform the task to check the functionality. Pathetic service and threaten by saying "We can not address what ever Enphase tech ask them to do"

Posted by sreeram_ravi on Jul 26, 2023
Infinity Solar Did an Amazing Installation / Project

My project was complex and encountered many obstacles. Andy (Strauss) Sales, Dave (Moulton) Installation Lead and entire Infinity Team did an amazing job. Every time we encountered a difficult situation / problem the team worked it and delivered great quality over and over. Highly recommend you work with Andy and Infinity, if considering a Solar project. Andy Strauss Solar Consultant 646.942.2753 andy.s@InfinitySolarSystems.com 575 Corporate Drive: Suite 2200 Mahwah, NJ 07430 www.thenewutility.com Rick Mansdoerfer

Posted by mansdoerfer on Apr 18, 2024
Very satisfied

The installation was done last June and went smoothly. The crew were very professional The system has performed as advertised since then. There was a small problem with finding an electrician licensed to work in the City of Albany that delayed the permitting, but it was resolved fairly quickly.

Posted by LErdile2 on Feb 23, 2024
    • Residential
    • Solar PV
    • 8.1 kW
    Solar PV

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