Artisan Electric was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington. The company builds residential and commercial solar solutions that include solar arrays, EV charging stations, and solar storage/backup batteries. The company also provides a suite of electrical services and upgrades.
Artisan Electric implements a variety of top-tier solar products into its solar PV systems. From energy efficient solar panels, reliable solar inverters, and sturdy roof racking systems, Artisan Electric’s systems are built to last. The company sources its panels from Tesla, REC Solar, LG, and Hanwha Q CELLS.
The company also installs solar batteries from Goal Zero and LG Chem and solar inverters from industry leaders Enphase and SolarEdge. Finally, the company employs racking systems from the following manufacturers:
Artisan Electric carries a number of certifications to ensure homeowners are getting what they paid for:
About 75 percent of Artisan Electric’s customers finance their solar panel systems through Puget Sound Cooperative Credit Union (PSCCU), a trusted partner and solar financier. Borrowers in Washington State can choose the duration of their solar loan up to 15 years with no early payoff penalty and zero money down.
Customers also have the option to refinance their loan once they receive the federal solar tax credit.
In addition to solar energy systems, Artisan Electric installs quality electric vehicle charging stations and backup battery systems. And as the company name suggests, Artisan Electric provides numerous home electrical upgrades including electrical panel upgrades, wiring replacements, electrical inspections, and work on new home constructions and remodels.
Artisan Electric is currently only available in Washington State. Residents interested in doing business with one of the only Tesla-certified solar installers in the state are encouraged to read up on verified Artisan Electric reviews before obtaining a free quote.
The solar company only appears to offer its PV systems through direct purchase or solar loan through PSCCU. Cost-effective alternatives like solar leases and power purchase agreements (PPA) are not as yet available through Artisan Electric.
Lin Sierra Seattle, WA
3 months ago