<bg> I rent a house from a large company. Last summer my street, 10 houses, received solar panels. This was during a huge renovation of which the bulk took 6 weeks for my house, but really lasted closer to 6 months to have every little thing finished.</bg>
Last saturday as I was de-icing the car and about to leave a man came up to me and asked me if I lived in this house. He looked to be some kind of repair man and this was confirmed when he introduced himself. he explained he had been hired to replace all the transformers of the panels as there had been complaint of noise. Ok fine, they do make some noise. He asked if I was home on monday so he could come. I said no. Told him I was available all day thursday. He said it would be expensive to have someone come out just for me. was there any other way. I again said no. I offered to give him my phone number so he could call me for an appointment. In response he gave me his card and said to let him know when I was available. I again told him I was available on thursday and any other thursday afternoon. We talked about the noise and if it was a problem for me. Not really, I had noticed it but can live with it.
I was expecting some one to come today. Nobody did. Is it now my responsibility to call the company?
I feel it isn't but I did take his card. I don't care if the transformer is replaced and have had workman in my house on and off from February to July. This has made me rather tired of them which may affect my view.