12075 NW 40th Street #6
Coral Springs, FL 33065
877-574-1738

Local Reviews
for lighthouse point, fl

Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars based on 6 customer reviews

AC Salvation

The gentlemen were professional problem solvers!

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thank you

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You would want this gentlemen on your team!

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Great service awesome pricing

excellent workmanship and honest, difficult to find in south Florida

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Fast service very professional

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great service on time

knowledgeable and price right

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Job Locations
for lighthouse point, fl

Phil G.

Phil G. Job Checkin

Wilkens blew out the drain line


John G.

John G. Job Checkin

Clean / disinfect air handler unit. Pull and clean evaporator coil. Pull and clean fan blower assembly. Clean interior of air handler cabinet. Run new condensate drain line.


Jason  B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

Dear customer. We’re happy to give you the estimate to — Remove and discard existing ductwork system — Supply and install new flexible ductwork for the whole house — Supply and install (13) new drop to existing outlet cans — Supply and install (1) new grills — Supply and install (1) return grill above the door of guest bedroom up to code — Drywall has to be cut to gain access to non-accessible area, patch and paint by others Thank you for choosing us and feel free to reach out for more details **********Jason - Kings Electric & AC**********


Jason  B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

— Replace (2) flood lights by Rings security lights, approximately 25ft high from the ground — Open supply plenum and seal and mastic from inside


John G.

John G. Job Checkin

Happy Tuesday Brian! Thank you for trusting in Kings Electric for your electrical needs. Today we had the pleasure of Supplying and installing (2) bathroom exhaust fans with switches in both Master Bath and Guest Bath. In one bathroom we removed a ceiling fan and added a switch leg to the new exhaust fan. In the other bathroom we extended the switch leg from a nearby recessed light. Due to the lack of attic access we still managed to install both exhaust fans fifth no major repairs to the ceiling or drywall. It was a pleasure servicing you today and we look forward to helping you out in the near future. Your Service technician Jeahn Bermudez


John G.

John G. Job Checkin

virtual estimate


Jason  B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

Supply and install new pool timer. Replace wiring from pool transformer


Jason  B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

Pump is working properly Customer accidentally keeps fan ON


Jason  B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

Replace (1) 3A circuit board fuse


Jason  B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

Replace (1) GFCI outlet


Jason  B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

Supply and install new condensate pump in bedroom AC.


Jason  B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

Supply labor and material to clean condenser coil. Flush coil after cleaning. Extend dryer vent away from condenser


David L.

David L. Job Checkin

Hey Shelly! Thank you for calling kings electric & a/c for your electrical upgrades. Today I was able to remove existing 200 amp main disconnect, and old sub panels as well. I’m glad to inform you that the job is complete, you’ve upgraded your main disconnect, wiring, breakers, and you added a whole home surge protector as well. If you have any questions or concerns, please give us a call. I hope you have a great weekend! Your electrical technician, Xavier


Jason  B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

Recharged unit with 12 lbs of 410A refrigerant. **Note** Possible slow leak could have caused reason for low pressures. Added Refrigerant cannot guarantee complete fix. Identify the leak by electronic leak detector Evacuate Freon and recharge after seal the leak Solder copper to seal the leak which found at the joint between the TXV bulb tube and low pressure line


John G.

John G. Job Checkin

Remove existing air conditioning duct-work from attic space. Remove old round supply grills in ceiling. Patch & paint by others. Suppl and install new air distribution system in attic using fiberglass and flexible duct system to code. Provide thru-wall return grills where required. Permits, inspections are included.