In 2017, West Seattle Natural Energy and West Seattle Electric, two local businesses owned and operated by the Hughes family, officially merged to become West Seattle Electric and Solar. Founders Keith and Lin Hughes, both proud veterans, co-owner and operate the business along with their children Amy and Ryan. As the only veteran-owned solar company in the Puget Sound area, we are proud to offer a 10% discount off of the labor on both solar and electrical jobs to all veterans every day!
Dependable and affordable electrical work, we’ll repair or install just about everything under the sun!
Solar Energy is electrical work, but most solar companies hire outside electrical contractors to connect their newly installed solar arrays to the power grid. Years ago, West Seattle Natural Energy went the extra step to train and certify their installers as master electricians. This helped us manage jobs more efficiently and pass the savings along to our customers.
While on solar installation job sites, we would often be asked to "fix this" or "change that" during our visit. These were often the jobs that people kept putting off to avoid the major expense of an electrician service call. Before we knew it, we were booking residential electric jobs of all sizes, in West Seattle, Burien and around Greater Puget Sound.
When it comes to electrical jobs of any size, please don’t put it off. To improve your home safety or make it more convenient and enjoyable, call us today. We’re fast, responsive, thorough and competitively priced.
Our Latest Blog Posts
Electricity is a fundamental aspect of modern life, powering everything from light bulbs and electronics to electric motors and machinery. It is a form of energy that results from the movement of charged particles, such as electrons or ions. Electrical current flows through conductive materials when there is a voltage difference, which sources like batteries […]Read More
We would like to take a moment to address Governor Inslee’s Stay at Home executive order effective starting at end of business today, March 25, 2020, and delve into precisely what that means for us and you, our valued customers. This order naturally has very serious implications for businesses across our state. To strike the […]Read More