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

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for north lauderdale, fl

Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars based on 4 customer reviews

NICK GELSOMINO

NICK, DID A AMAZING JOB REMOVING AND REPLACING WIRING AND FAN IN MY CEILING "KINGS ELECTRIC" IS BLESSED TO HAVE A "JOURNEYMAN" WORKER.

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great

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Patient Repairman

Nick was very patient the day he installed the electrical for my swim spa. His efforts went above, and beyond that day. He completed the job in the pouring rain, and also went the extra mile to help the spa manufacturer trouble shoot it power issues. I am pleased with the service that was provided. Nick arrived within the time frame provided. Will use Kings Electrical again.

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Quick, experienced.

Overall experience was GOOD. Kings was able to accommodate me when it was needed most.

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for north lauderdale, fl

John G.

John G. Job Checkin

Hey girlie! Thank you for calling kings electric & a/c for your electrical repairs. Today I came out because you are having some issues with your door bell and will also like to add a couple of circuits as well. I explained to you the options that I wrote down and how I can make everything right once again in your home. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out. Your electrical technician, Xavier


Nick G.

Nick G. Job Checkin

Replace defective outlet and junction box. Verify other outlets are functioning properly after install.


Jason  B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

Electrical maintenance: Check all outlets inside and outside Recommended replace GFCI outlets in kitchen and bathrooms Recommended replace the wire for water heater


Nick G.

Nick G. Job Checkin

1)-----Run line for fan from exisitng electric in garage to desired location of fan box. (Exisitng line not correctly installed) 2)-----Install fan rated box. 3)-----Assemble and install customer supplied fan.


Nick G.

Nick G. Job Checkin

1)-----Run line for fan from exisitng electric in garage to desired location of fan box. (Exisitng line not correctly installed) 2)-----Install fan rated box. 3)-----Assemble and install customer supplied fan.


Nick G.

Nick G. Job Checkin

OUTDOOR- 1)-----Remove 150 amp outdoor main breaker panel and disconnect to well pump. 2)-----Install new 150 amp outdoor 8/16 circuit main breaker feed thru panel. 3)-----Install switch for well pump and wire into panel on dedicated 20 amp 2 pole circuit breaker. 4)-----Update grounding system: includes 2 ground rods, 1 water pipe ground and 1 low voltage ground bridge interconnected with #4 gauge bare copper wire. 5)-----Replace aluminum wiring from meter to main and from main to in house panel with #1/0 gauge copper wire. 6)-----Label panel and clean area. INDOOR- 1)-----Remove 150 amp indoor main lug circuit panel. 2)-----Replace with new 150 amp indoor 20/40 circuit main lug panel. 3)-----Remove aluminum wiring to range circuit. 4)-----Replace with #6 gauge copper wire. (Approximately 50 ft. * 3 runs) 5)-----Label, rough patch and clean.


Nick G.

Nick G. Job Checkin

Replace Federal Pacific 125 amp main lug indoor circuit panel with new 125 amp GE 16/32 circuit main lug panel.


Nick G.

Nick G. Job Checkin

Technician hooked up a Swim Spa by running a 50 amp dedicated line from the main breaker panel on the side of the home to the back of the home. He also replaced a 4 bulb T8 ballast.


Nick G.

Nick G. Job Checkin

Replaced 150 amp 8/16 main breaker outdoor panel. Updated grounding system.


Lauren K.

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