Associa Advantage, Inc. Partners with Gama Sonic

Associa Advantage, Inc. Partners with Gama Sonic

Associa Advantage, Inc., an Associa company, has partnered with Gama Sonic, the world leader in solar lighting, to bring homeowners and communities safe and affordable lighting installation options. Partnership offers communities the opportunity to replace inefficient electrical and gas-powered lights with patented, durable and renewable solar light fixtures and lamp posts at a lower, more efficient cost. The solar-powered, energy efficient, custom lighting solutions will lower community expenses, all while helping the environment.

Providing affordable Solar Lighting to Communities

President of Associa Advantage, Jennifer Shannon said that with the continuously rising costs of electric and gas, many communities are switching to solar power for a safer and more cost-effective alternative to traditional lighting. Solar lights offer the same aesthetics as traditional lights and provide adequate lighting within common areas for safety and security, all while maintaining a uniform appearance. Partnering with Gama Sonic will provide their board members and homeowners with the resources to make improvements to their communities by installing safer, cost-efficient and durable lighting options. They are excited to see all of the positive changes to come in the future.

Director of commercial sales at Gama Sonic, Matt Cohen said while partnering with Associa Advantage allows them the opportunity to work directly with each community, saving time and money as well as helping reduce their carbon footprint. Communities from coast-to-coast are converting their outdated or non-working gas and electrical lighting to solar. As there is no wiring, digging or trenching involved, residents are thrilled to finally have a cost- effective and efficient solar alternative. Gama Sonic’s solar lighting also provides homeowners the ability to install new lighting in dark areas where running or re-running electrical wiring is cost prohibitive making it safer for residents.