Month: August 2018

Solar Leasing Companies In Arizona

Who Is The Best Solar Leasing Company In Arizona?

leased solar panels

I have been contemplating converting over to solar at the home and office and decided to poke around online to see who’s who in the zoo. There seems to be a few companies in Arizona that lease equipment including panels and converters, then there are solar leasing companies that almost seem to broker deals for you. I’m not sure at this point what is better, leasing direct from the manufacturer, or going through a leasing agent to help identify how many panels I actually need. There seems to be some value in using a leasing agent, especially considering my lack of knowledge in regards to Solar panels and the hardware needed to make the system work. I came across this company online ( and reached out to them for feedback. It was immediately clear that these guys were experts in the solar industry and had the knowledge and experience to back those claims. The conversation was brief, but we ended up meeting later in the week for an energy audit on my home. For $99 bucks it was affordable enough to have done and results were a bit disappointing. Of course there were duct leaks in the addict making my AC unit inefficient, and some other areas around windows and doors that needed to be sealed. I ended up hiring an HVAC company in Tempe to come out and patch up the duct work, I was handyman enough to buy some weather stripping from Home Depot and get my doors and windows sealed up. After we took care of the duct leaks and re-sealed the doors and windows, they came back out to discuss our energy needs. Based on our monthly energy bills, the leasing agent was able to recommend the solar configuration that was best suited for the room on our roof, and our energy needs. Fortunately we had enough rooftop real estate to mount all the brackets and panels. They did a pretty good job with installation and kept the panels on the back half of the home, I didn’t want them to be visible from the street for multiple reasons. First, I think they are an eye sore, and second, I didn’t know if there were valuable components that would attract drive by thieves in the neighborhood. There was a time where thieves were climbing on rooftops and stealing copper from old swamp coolers, I don’t need that kind of activity on my roof! My overall experience with the Phoenix Green Team was really solid, the communication was solid the entire time and the guy I worked with followed through with everything he talked about. He walked me through the solar leasing options that were available and explained the terms very clearly. The HVAC team did a good job patching up the duct work, I could actually feel the air blowing a little cooler after they repaired the leaks. We haven’t had our solar system long enough to enjoy any savings, this is a long term commitment where the saving add up over time. Over all though we are happy and felt it was worth sharing our experience in our business journal. That’s it for now, time for a Cheese Steak!


Waste Management Open 2019

Preparing For The 2019 Waste Management Tour

phoenix open 2018

sexy golf skirtsWe are already preparing for the 2019 Waste Management Open in Scottsdale Arizona. I have been a few times as a spectator, enjoying the game while having some beers with friends. it can be quite a show on and off the course. People show up to entertain and be entertained and its never disappointing.  There are guys are there in droves watching everything but golf, some guys are there for the game, while others are there to run game! The women also show up in large groups and are partially there for the game and partially there to run game! I have seen some seriously sexy golf skirts out on that course, the girls there are fashion experts and everything looks like designer wear.  If you follow golf and want to follow a specific player across 18 holes it’s a beautiful course to walk and hang out on. The 2019 tour in Scottsdale Arizona looks to be an epic event. Tickets are already on sale, so it would be wise to get in on it before scalpers scoop everything else and triple the price on tickets. There are quite a bit of ticket options depending on your budget, of course its golf, ad of course it’s Scottsdale, so nothing is really affordable if you’re an ASU student. For the rest of you that have a few bucks in the bank and want to make the trip to the 2019 Waste Management tour, here are some pricing options for you to chew on.

Wast Management Ticket Prices – Some Popular Options

General Admission



General Admission Only

Wednesday | Thursday | Sunday


General Admission Single Daily Ticket

Friday | Saturday


General Admission Single Daily Ticket

Weekly Sponsor Package


• Free Admission on Monday and Tuesday courtesy of Ford Free Days.
• Ages 17 & under are free when accompanied by an adult.
• Tickets are also available at the gate.
• Weekly sponsor packages available.

party at the waste management tour

Military and First Responders – Free Admission

• All First Responders and Active, Reserve and Retired Military get free admission with one accompanying individual

Chairman’s Club

• Access to nine hospitality venues, throughout the week.

per badge

Grayhawk Members Club

• Enjoy all the amenities of four Members Club hospitality areas conveniently located throughout the TPC Scottsdale Golf Course.

Holes 9, 12, 17, & 18

4 Members Club badges per day | Monday – Sunday
Each badge is good for admission to the Members Club tents
Located on holes 9, 12, 17 and 18
Beer, wine, soda, lunch and light snacks are included
1 Reserved parking pass | good all week
Additional Members Club Badges:
Available with full package purchase only
Must be purchased by primary account holder
Limit 4 per day
$150 ea. Monday – Wednesday
$175 ea. Thursday – Sunday



Offering a variety of package types, this high-energy locale has something for everyone all week long.

Greenskeeper Package
Greenskeeper Reserved Table
Greenskeeper Cabana Package

Greenskeeper Package

Greenskeeper Reserved Table

Greenskeeper Cabana


2019 golf tour in scottsdale

Situated in the heart of the tournament and adjacent to the lake along the 18th fairway, Greenskeeper is the place to be and be seen. Offering a variety of package types, this high-energy locale has something for everyone all week long.

4 Greenskeeper credentials per day | Monday – Sunday
Complimentary breakfast and lunch buffet, snacks and open bar
1 Valet parking pass | good all week
4 Greenskeeper Reserved Table credentials per day | Monday – Sunday
Reserved Table in the Greenskeeper venue
Complimentary breakfast and lunch buffet, snacks and open bar
1 Valet parking pass | good all week
12 Greenskeeper Cabana credentials per day | Monday – Sunday
Cabana plus patio area with lounge seating
Complimentary breakfast and lunch buffet, snacks and open bar
2 Valet parking passes | good all week
Additional Greenskeeper, Reserved Table, or Cabana Credentials:
Available only with full package purchase.
Must be purchased by primary account holder.

Limit 4 per day Greenskeeper Package or Cabana
Limit 2 per day Reserved Table
$250 ea. Monday – Wednesday
$350 ea. Thursday – Sunday