Grow CommunityThe Grow Community on Bainbridge Island is the largest solar neighborhood in Washington state. Every single-family home and duplex in the community’s first phase of building, “the Village,” has been powered by A&R Solar!
Olin HouseMany of Jake’s firefighter colleagues had installed solar, but he was the first in his Everett department to go with A&R and he was glad he did.
Griffith HouseThese homeowers wanted efficiency, reliability, performance, longevity, and aesthetics from their solar array.
Palenchar HouseThese homeowers wanted efficiency, reliability, performance, longevity, and aesthetics from their solar array.
Frasier HouseThe client’s goal for the project was to a large offset with minimal budget.
Community Solar – Capitol HillThis joint project between Capitol Hill Housing and Seattle City Light is the first community solar project on affordable housing in Washington.
Renton Solar PowerAs a German engineer living in Renton, solar power was an easy choice. His goal was to maximize energy harvest while keeping costs down. Of 12 competitors, we were chosen to deliver the job.
Greenlake HouseSunPower solar panels power home achieving nearly net zero energy consumption for our client thanks to the solar panel’s high efficiency rating.
Solar Energy VashonThis solar energy system on Vashon Island utilizes 28 Sharp ND-162U1F panels to offset the electricity usage in the house.
Solar Energy BellevueUsing advanced construction methods and solar energy the Zero Energy Idea House consumes as much as it produces during the year.
Solar Panels Seattle HomeSunPower solar panels power home achieving nearly net zero energy consumption for our client thanks to the solar panel’s high efficiency rating.
Walla Walla Community CollegeCompetitively selected to install solar on the school, A&R Solar installed 71.76kW of Yingli solar modules over the course of the winter.
Seattle AquariumThe Solar Hot Water on the Seattle Aquarium save the cafe 25% on water heating annually. To prevent service interruption, we installed at night.
Crown Hill SolarSolar energy project located in the Crown Hill neighborhood of Seattle offsetting 85% of consumption.
Neighborhood HouseThe Neighborhood House in West Seattle expands and repairs their existing solar energy system making it the largest solar energy system in Seattle.
McKay HouseSolarize Seattle is a success by bringing a solar energy group purchase program to these happy homeowners.
Marsh HouseThe solar panels on this Bellevue home are just one more step the homeowners have taken to reduce their impact on our planet.
Hu HouseThe durable Made in Washington Silicon Energy solar modules produce 8% more than estimated because of reflected light from the Lake Washington.
Greenwood Hardware StoreGreenwood TrueValue Hardware hired A&R Solar, a Seattle solar company, to install a solar array which covers 16% of their consumption.