Appalachian Renewable Power Systems

Solar Installer

Established in 2008

arp-solar.com

10131 Haga Ridge Road , Stewart CDP OH

(740) 277-8498

Appalachian Renewable Power Systems calls the city of Stewart CDP, Ohio their headquarters. The company’s base of operations is situated at 10131 Haga Ridge Road. Having been running the business for 14 years now, the company has been in the industry since 2008.

Appalachian Renewable Power Systems’s solar panel installation and related services are being offered in 4 states, such as the states of Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Kentucky.

  • In Pennsylvania, Appalachian Renewable Power Systems operates in about 100% of the state. They serve cities including Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Allentown.
  • In Ohio, Appalachian Renewable Power Systems services about 100% of the state, including cities such as Columbus, Cleveland, and Cincinnati.
  • In Kentucky, Appalachian Renewable Power Systems provides service to approximately 100% of the state. They serve cities such as Louisville/Jefferson County metro government, Lexington-Fayette urban county, and Louisville.
  • In West Virginia, Appalachian Renewable Power Systems services roughly 100% of the state. They serve cities including Charleston, Huntington, and Morgantown.

Appalachian Renewable Power Systems presently works with products from the following partner companies: Tesla, Generac, and Enphase.

For customized quote requests, feel free to reach out to Appalachian Renewable Power Systems.

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About Appalachian Renewable Power Systems

Appalachian Renewable Power Systems services in multiple states including:

Warranty

Appalachian Renewable Power Systems LLC offers a 25-year warranty on solar panels, a 10-year warranty on inverters and, a 10-year guarantee on workmanship.

Appalachian Renewable Power Systems Services

Appalachian Renewable Power Systems offers a set of services for your convenience:

  • Installation of solar arrays.
  • Reparation of solar arrays.
  • Installation of batteries for energy storage.
  • Monitoring of independent energy generation.
  • Solar systems for selling electricity back to the grid.
Last Reviewed By: Nick Reese
Published: 2022-07-05