Contractor Profile

Roof Diagnostics Solar

Roof Diagnostics Inc. is the nation's leading roofing and solar company. Our expertise is backed by our 2010 Roofing Contractor of the Year Award and by our professionally trained roof technicians. Timeliness, professional proposals, a full service attitude, and scrutinous cleanup are just a few of the things you can expect when entrusting RDI with your roof. RDI takes pride in creating local jobs, currently employing a team of over 75 in New Jersey. Headquartered in Spring Lake Heights, NJ, RDI has expanded considerably over the last year. We also have locations in Wall, NJ, Natick, MA, and New City, NY, and we are happily servicing New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts and Connecticut. Our dedication to 100% customer satisfaction every time takes it to the next level.


2014 Top 400 Solar Contractors

2013 STATISTICS

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Total Megawatts Installed 2013 Employees


 

2012 Top Solar Contractors

2012 STATISTICS

Top 250 Rank #37

Total Megawatts Installed 201211.89 Employees304


 

Featured Articles & Products

  • Roof Diagnostics Solar: The Future of Energy Self-Reliance

    By Kelcy Pegler Jr., Solar Power World Contributor  In the aftermath of major storms like Hurricane Sandy that left hundreds of thousands of homeowners without power, we are seeing a growing demand from homeowners to have more energy reliability when the grid goes down. Ironically, even homeowners who had their own energy plants in the [Read More]

  • Roof Diagnostics Solar: Here’s How To Make Solar Energy Accessible

    As an industry, residential solar installation companies have seen varying success, but it’s clear that the ones that have been successful have been able to convey a clear message that resonates with consumers.  Kelcy Pegler Jr. is co-founder and CEO of Roof Diagnostics Solar (RDS), an industry leading residential solar sales and installation company, and one [Read More]

  • Roof Diagnostics Solar: Is Home Automation Next For Residential Solar?

    Are customers truly maximizing the potential of their new solar if installations are on older homes with dated HVAC controls/thermostats and inefficient lighting? By Kelcy Pegler Jr., Solar Power World Contributor As residential PV installers, there is a sense of great pride in helping people replace their old, dirty, and expensive electricity with new, clean, inexpensive, [Read More]