EcoFasten Solar is Relocating

What a year 2015 has been! We launched our rail-free Rock-It System at Intersolar, and our low-slope solution, SimpleGrip, at SPI. We exhibited at FIVE tradeshows (2 of which were with our Sister company Alpine SnowGuards).

We grew. We hired on more talent. And now….we’re SO excited to announce that we’re relocating to Phoenix, Arizona.

Relocating to a strong geographical location in the southwest, like Phoenix, will help us serve the solar industry better, and will give us the capacity to exceed rapidly growing demand.

With the move, we’re also looking for some new people to join our team! Specifically, we’re on the lookout for strong leaders who are experienced in overseeing and managing our rapidly growing business. These open positions include:

General Manager

Finance/Administrative Manager

Operations Manager

Sales/Customer Service Manager

We have work to do. If you have an interest in doing it with us, and have skills that match what we seek, don’t just sit there….apply!

If not, but you know someone who’d be a great fit, feel free to send this to them!

I know I don’t speak only for myself when I say we’re all looking forward to opening this new chapter in the story of EcoFasten Solar, and above all, we thank all of our customers for supporting us all these years. You guys are TRULY the best!



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Industry leader EcoFasten Solar designs, engineers, and manufactures patented, watertight solar roof mounts. The company provides mounting solutions that are easy to install, cost-effective, rugged in fabrication, and unsurpassed in quality. Comprised of a seasoned and growing team of professionals with talent, ability, and drive, all EcoFasten Solar products are precision-designed with the installer in mind. 


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