Granite State Solar expands, breaking ground on new property in Bow, NH

Granite State Solar, a New Hampshire-based provider of photovoltaic solar and high-efficiency home heating and cooling systems, announces that they have broken ground on the construction of their new headquarters in central New Hampshire.

The 3-acre property located in the town of Bow, will feature a new office and warehouse building to be completed at just under 10,000 square feet. The move will make room for additional vehicles, equipment and “Most importantly” according to partner, Alan Gauntt, “the much-needed office space will facilitate the hiring of additional staff to support our growth in New Hampshire and expansion into Vermont and other New England states.”

As the leading installer of residential solar in the state of New Hampshire, GSS has been offering cutting-edge solar design, sales and installation services throughout New Hampshire since 2008. All GSS installation work is performed by teams of full-time electricians.  “Because Granite State Solar does everything in-house and not through subcontractors, having enough space for both materials and personnel is critical…”  says co-owner Erik Shifflett. “We’re creating the living-wage jobs NH needs – with health insurance benefits covered at 100% and paid continuing education to further skills and careers.”

Partners Alan Gauntt & Erik Shifflett are excited for the new opportunities that this space will make possible.  In the meantime, the Boscawen NH office will continue to serve residential and commercial clients as GSS prepares for the much-anticipated move to their new home.

Granite State Solar expands, breaking ground on new property in Bow, NH posted first on Green Energy Times

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