Residential Solar Contractors - Seattle, WA - Artisan Electric, Inc.

RESIDENTIAL SOLAR

MAKING YOU RIGHT AT HOME WITH SOLAR.


Artisan uses the best tools and ideas in the solar industry to create efficient, attractive, and easy-to-use residential solar installations that produce clean energy for decades to come.

We keep ahead of the latest developments in solar technology, and set new precedents for design and local sourcing. We’re leaders who have earned regional recognition for our work, but we never stop learning, evolving, and challenging ourselves to build even better and more beautifully.

Our craftsman approach means your residential solar system is inspired by your architectural and natural setting—and your personal goals. Your solar installation will be a customized solution built around the way you live — and a source of pride as well as power.

Explore our residential solar projects below, then get in touch to discuss what Artisan can do for you.

Artisan provides a free solar site assessment — we’ll visit your home to explore your solar energy options. Contact Artisan to get started today.

Last Modified: January 9, 2017

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

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