When we bought our home last fall, moving from South Carolina to Vermont, we were excited that the home came with a solar tracker, but I knew that it was a 4.1 kWh system with approximately 10 year old panels and I figured having a family of four (soon to be 5) we would need about 50% more power to come close or to fully offset our power usage. I contacted several companies and talked through multiple options including companies wanting to add solar to our roof and wanting to add a stationary solar setup in our yard. I felt neither of these were optimal and AllEarth offered an option that seems to be exactly what we were looking for. We were able to Re-Power our tracker, adding panels with newer technology and a higher output than our old panels for substantially less money than the other options. Since replacing our panels in mid-March, our system has seen all-time highs in output and we have been able to have higher than 100% offset in power in April, May and we are on track to do the same in June. The option of a Re-Power was something I had not originally considered and it was not the option that made AllEarth the most money, but it was the correct fit for our situation and I feel that is why they suggested it. I am very happy with AllEarth Renewables, and if we have any future needs, they will be the first company I call.