- Full Name: Bearfoot Electrical & Renewables
- Phone: 250-538-7523
- Expires: 19 days, 15 hours
Bearfoot Electrical and Renewables would like to thank Salt Spring for all of their support as we enter our 5th year.
We are a full service electrical team with an emphasis on SOLAR installations and service. We pride ourselves in returning phone calls and getting to the small jobs.
Our solar portfolio for on/off-grid projects continues to grow. Pairing with We Go Solar, another small local company in Chemainus, we offer professional, affordable, and reliable solar projects. As always, we offer free solar assessments for Salt Spring Islanders. Our solar projects take us through out Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands.
Living on Salt Spring, we understand the importance of helping the community. We are proud to support many island non-profit and community initiatives. Fulford Hall, SS Abattoir, Xwaaqw’um Canoe Carving, SS Conservancy, SS EV Group and The Root seed bank.
We also have a side project that sees customers donate older solar gear and we donate our install time for those in need. Some of our donation solar projects include; Swanson Salmon Farm Occupation, Wayne of Freedom Cove, Jasper with Beyond Boarding, the Pacific Salmon Foundation, Paddling North team, Ray Williams of Friendly Cove, Susanne Hare in Clayoqout Sound to name a few.
If you have a small or large, electrical or solar project, we look forward to hearing from you.
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