Kept me in the loop, they were prompt professional and tidy. What more can be said! Great Job!
Knights Electric was very professional from the first phone call to the job completion. Would absolutely use the again. They did EVERYTHING they said they would, including showing up on time! Excellent communication and came within 24 hours to do the job.
Outstanding customer service
King has been attending to my electrical needs for some time. They always get the job done without a hitch in a timely manner. My electrician for this job was Nick. He has done other projects for me before. Nice guy, very patient and does good work.
King’s Electric gave us too rate service. Nick got everything we needed completed and the work is excellent. Nice to have a company that takes pride in what they do.
Very happy. Happy New Year
Nick did every well, he walked me through the process
1)â€”â€”Diagnose outlet and lighting systems that are not working; outlet by front door, switches by front door, security light, porch light and hall light. 2)â€”â€”Go through system and check for loose connections, bad devices and short circuits. 3)â€”â€”Repair will include replacing any device that needs to be replaced and tightening loose connections. Does not include line repair. 4)â€”â€”Replace photocell for coach lights at garage. NOTE; IF REPAIR CANNOT BE MADE WITHIN FIRST CIRCUIT DIAGNOSTIC AND REPAIR THE PRICE WILL BE CUT IN HALF FOR DIAGNOSTIC ONLY AND CUSTOMER WILL BE GIVEN AN ESTIMATE FOR FURTHER REPAIRS. 1)â€”â€”Went through circuit and determined there was no power at all points affected. 2)â€”â€”There is no attic space to determine the exact problem so further diagnosis was done to find another solution without going through the attic. The solution is as follows; 1)â€”â€”Extend properly working circuit from adjacent wall outlet using wire mold to non working outle
Compressor replacement warranty
Replace (1) blower motor under warranty
1)â€”â€”Went through affected circuits and found incorrect voltage at all points. 2)â€”â€”Checked panel and found several loose connections including a burnt neutral from being loose. 3)â€”â€”Tightened all loose connections and repaired loose neutral.
1)â€”â€”Extend switch line using wire mold conduit and fan rated junction from existing switched outlet to desired location of fan at 3 locations. (Living room, Bedroom 1 and 2) 2)â€”â€”Assemble and install 3 customer supplied fans.
Diagnosis main breaker getting too hot and tripped Found: overloaded main breaker because total loads is approximately 320 amps while main service is capable of 200 amps. Recommend: relocate pool heater circuits ( two 50 amps circuits) by adding outdoor 100 amps sub-panel
Replace (1) GFCI outlet Replace (1) switch Replacement base on customer demand. There are (2) regular outlets and (3) GFCI outlets in master bathroom hook up to load side of the GFCI being replaced. We recommended separate other GFCI circuits from load side of the new GFCI outlet.
1)â€”â€”Remove indoor 200 amp main lug CHALLENGER circuit panel. 2)â€”â€”Install new indoor 200 amp main lug GE 20/40 circuit panel. 3)â€”â€”Label, rough patch and clean area. 4)â€”â€”Install surge protector at outdoor main breaker panel.
Troubleshoot wiring issues when customer install switches
Install new circuit board and contactor of module management
Supply and install 3/4 HP Fan motor for inside unit Unit is no longer under warranty
1)â€”â€”Install Ethernet cable from router to 4 locations throughout home. 1 in guest bedroom #1 and 3 in living room.(Approximately 120ft) 2)â€”â€”Install proper junction boxes at each location with Ethernet outlets and cover plates.
1)â€”â€”Remove and replace 100 amp main breaker. NOTE: Customer is aware that this may or may not fix half power related issue. FPL will be the next step for repair if issues continue.
Diagnosis - 1 GFCI outlet not working - 1 outlet not holding the plug - (2) outlets in kitchen need to be secured
1)â€”â€”Supply and install exhaust fan in guest bath. 2)â€”â€”Connect to existing switch line. Customer is removing heat light fixture and prepping for install. 3)â€”â€”Install duct and set up to vent through attic vent.