Our Commercial Projects - Artisan Electric

COMMERCIAL SOLAR

Clean Energy is Smart Business.

MAKING SOLAR WORK FOR YOUR BUSINESS
IS OUR BUSINESS.


Artisan’s specialized skills, spirit of innovation, and commitment to local sourcing and union labor have made us the contractor of choice for commercial installations in Puget Sound. From the University of Washington to the City of Seattle to small individually-owned companies, we’re sought after for our expertise.

We create efficient, attractive installations that add value to your business and assets to your bottom line—while producing clean energy for decades to come.

Whether we’re crafting a custom solution for a college, a waste transfer station, a community center, or a private organization, we focus on helping you build a sound and productive investment for your project—for today and tomorrow.

Explore this sampling of our commercial projects, then get in touch to discuss what Artisan can do for you.

Artisan’s specialized skills, spirit of innovation, and commitment to local sourcing and union labor have made us the contractor of choice for commercial installations in Puget Sound. From the University of Washington to the City of Seattle to small individually-owned companies, we’re sought after for our expertise.

We create efficient, attractive installations that add value to your business and assets to your bottom line—while producing clean energy for decades to come.

Whether we’re crafting a custom solution for a college, a waste transfer station, a community center, or a private organization, we focus on helping you build a sound and productive investment for your project—for today and tomorrow.

Explore this sampling of our commercial projects, then get in touch to discuss what Artisan can do for you.

WHY BUSINESSES TURN TO US FOR COMMERCIAL SOLAR ENERGY


Artisan offers ease and expertise from start to finish — from the site assessment and proposal to design, installation, and followup service and support.

We are experts in commercial solar design and installation. Commercial solar installation requires specialized design expertise and a thorough understanding of complex building codes. These proficiencies are enhanced by our constant quest for innovation and improvement.

Artisan founder Jason Williams has been a commercial electrician since 2007. Our company was actually founded on his passion for bringing energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions to business.

In addition, we are the only solar contractor in Puget Sound whose entire team consists of professionally trained and licensed journeyman electricians and apprentices. Union support is very important to most of our commercial customers—as it is to us.

Our performance and workmanship guarantees are the best in the industry, and our robust safety program and practices have allowed us to maintain an exemplary safety record with Labor and Industries.

We combine the latest developments in global solar technology with local sourcing to develop a solution that brings you the best of both worlds.

HOW WE CAN HELP YOU SOLARIZE YOUR BUSINESS


We work with individual business owners to install solar on their buildings. We also partner with architects, builders, and other contractors to ensure that buildings are developed efficiently from the ground up with solar in mind.

We help business owners take advantage of the changing energy landscape to establish energy stability and independence, revenue, and a competitive edge as innovative leaders.

Artisan provides business energy solutions that:

  • Offer an impressive return on investment — as high as 65%.
  • Hedge against the rising cost of electricity, which is estimated to increase by 30% over the next five years.
  • Prepare you now for the use of future storage technologies—keeping you one step ahead of the competition.
  • Enhance your company’s image by demonstrating a sincere commitment to environmental responsibility.
  • Take care of everything as a turnkey operation: design, plan drafting, permitting and engineering.

We create efficient, attractive installations that add value to your business and assets to your bottom line—while producing clean energy for decades to come.

We encourage commercial customers to contact us at the earliest stage of the design process. The earlier we get involved, the more likely we can help prevent time-consuming and costly mistakes at the outset.

There are many considerations to account for when planning and designing a building. We cover these important considerations in a special content series designed to help builders and architects learn about options and requirements.

North Transfer Station – 167 KW in Seattle, Washington

North Transfer Station – 167 KW in Seattle, Washington

University of Washington Bothell – 100 KW, in Bothell, Washington

University of Washington Bothell – 100 KW, in Bothell, Washington

Seattle Academy of Arts – 12.7 KW in Seattle, Washington

Seattle Academy of Arts – 12.7 KW in Seattle, Washington

North Seattle Community College – 7.2 KW in Seattle, Washington

North Seattle Community College – 7.2 KW in Seattle, Washington

UW Solar Project – 34kW in Seattle, Washington

UW Solar Project – 34kW in Seattle, Washington

Bow Lake Transfer Station – 16.45kW in Seattle, Washington

Bow Lake Transfer Station – 16.45kW in Seattle, Washington

Vashon Solar, LLC – 18kW on Vashon Island, Washington

Vashon Solar, LLC – 18kW on Vashon Island, Washington

Marceron Residence – 5.72kW in Seattle, Washington

Marceron Residence – 5.72kW in Seattle, Washington

Gage Residence – 3.68kW on Vashon Island, Washington

Gage Residence – 3.68kW on Vashon Island, Washington

Weir Residence – 5.2kW in Seattle, Washington

Weir Residence – 5.2kW in Seattle, Washington

Shackleford Residence – 7.02kW on Vashon Island, Washington

Shackleford Residence – 7.02kW on Vashon Island, Washington

Pilske Residence – 4kW in Seattle, Washington

Pilske Residence – 4kW in Seattle, Washington

Pilske Residence – 4kW in Seattle, Washington

Pilske Residence – 4kW in Seattle, Washington

Pratt Residence – 7.8kW in Gig Harbor, Washington

Pratt Residence – 7.8kW in Gig Harbor, Washington

Mensing Residence – 9.945kW in Seattle, Washington

Mensing Residence – 9.945kW in Seattle, Washington

McNutt Residence – 4.8kW in Seattle, Washington

McNutt Residence – 4.8kW in Seattle, Washington

Lockwood Residence – 2.925kW on Vashon Island, Washington

Lockwood Residence – 2.925kW on Vashon Island, Washington

Huppe Residence – 3.12kW in Seattle, Washington

Huppe Residence – 3.12kW in Seattle, Washington

Hornby Residence – 7.5kW in Gig Harbor, Washington

Hornby Residence – 7.5kW in Gig Harbor, Washington

Guzak Residence – 4.68kW in Snohomish, Washington

Guzak Residence – 4.68kW in Snohomish, Washington

Gordon Residence – 7.6kW in Snohomish, Washington

Gordon Residence – 7.6kW in Snohomish, Washington

Clifford Residence – 4.4kW in Seattle, Washington

Clifford Residence – 4.4kW in Seattle, Washington

Arenson Residence – 4.68kW on Vashon Island, Washington

Arenson Residence – 4.68kW on Vashon Island, Washington

Songaia Community – 24kW in Bothell, Washington

Songaia Community – 24kW in Bothell, Washington

Jefferson Park Community Solar – 28kW in Seattle, Washington

Jefferson Park Community Solar – 28kW in Seattle, Washington

Wright Residence – 4.24kW in Shoreline, Washington

Wright Residence – 4.24kW in Shoreline, Washington

Mercer Island Community Center – 4.4kW on Mercer Island, Washington

Mercer Island Community Center – 4.4kW on Mercer Island, Washington

Stewart Residence, 5.46kW on Vashon Island

Stewart Residence, 5.46kW on Vashon Island

Saturn Building – 1.4kW in Seattle, Washington

Saturn Building – 1.4kW in Seattle, Washington

Koon Residence, 4.8kW in Seattle, Washington

Koon Residence, 4.8kW in Seattle, Washington

Marceron Residence – 5.72kW in Seattle, Washington

Marceron Residence – 5.72kW in Seattle, Washington

A smarter energy solution is closer than you think. Take the first step today.

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