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Sunpak Electric

Sunpak Electric is a Solar and electrical contractor. We use qualified electricians and experienced electrical apprentices to carry out all the work from the roof to your electrical service, because of this the quality of our work is second to none.
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Sunpak is a Solar and Electrical contractor based in Eagle county Colorado. We are NABCEP certified solar installers and have a passion for helping people achieve their solar energy goals.
Year Established
Phone Number
970 376-1020

Services Offered

  • Electrical Contracting
  • Solar Repair & Maintenance


Master Electrician


NABCEP Certified PV installers and Master electrician

Industry Certifications

  • Better Business Bureau
  • North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners

What Customers Are Saying

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Quality installation!

Sunpak Solar was a fantastic Overall experience. I’m extremely pleased with the installation it was very fast, symmetrical solar install and clean they ran the electrical through the house so their was no conduit ran on the exterior of the house. Knowledgeable, friendly, punctual, all the “real” info concerning: costs, solar production. Expecting them to be around for the entire life of my roof. Installation as advertised, professional, courteous, clean installation. Can’t say enough good things about Tim and Sean. If you’re considering solar, don’t commit until you talk to Tim and Sean. Thanks again!

Posted by higgs3599 on Mar 07, 2021
Great choice for going Solar.

When we decided to install a solar system we had several bids but I've known Tim from Sunpak for almost 20 years so I knew I could trust them. They gave us a fair price with tier one panels and components. We're going through our first full month of having solar in Feb. and are already getting a lot of days where our solar production exceeds our usage, I can't wait to see how much we produce during the peak summer with longer days and no snow.

Posted by pacerized on Mar 07, 2021



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