Getting good value is essential in these cases. The proper definition of good value is that the positive feelings associated with the benefits provided by the goods or services purchased are adequate to offset the negative feelings associated with spending your money. In other words, you get at least what you pay for, and preferably more.
If you get less than what you pay for (the goods or services don’t meet expectations), then you’re not getting good value. It’s as simple as that, but amazingly it’s a fact of life that poor value is rampant and far outweighs good value.
When you buy solar products from Inspire Energy, you are getting genuine good value. There’s no trick to it. We’re a service-based business, and we survive on our reputation. That means a lot to us, so we always make good on our promises.