On point...Start to finish!
On time, fair price and done efficiently
Loved that Techician was very prompt, professional and completed what should have been an all day job 3 hours early. Would definitely recommend to others. My technician was Phil.
Phil Gallina was personable, prompt with the appointment and did a good job.
Lucas did a great job .
Excellent, prompt, courteous and efficient service!!! After three other referrals for electricians who neither returned calls nor showed up as promised, it was a genuine pleasure and relief to deal with Emily, Lauren and Phillip from Kings!!!Thank you sincerely for your assistance, accommodation and understanding. I will certainly recommend your fine company in the future!!!
Response from Kings Electric & Air Conditioning (Coral Springs):
Michael Thank you so much for your fantastic review for our business! We are happy we were able to meet your standards, and we look forward to being your trusted electrician for life. Emilee
Excellent customer service. Quick and reliable.
I was so happy with my initial contact to Kings starting with the friendly and pleasant service of Lauren. What a treat to speak with a friendly voice. She was able to schedule me a same day appointment and followed up with phone calls. Erik Beberaggi showed up promptly and fixed the required items. Erik was friendly, courteous and conscious of wearing the red booties inside my home. My overall experience with Kings has been fantastic.
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
Hook up cubicle power cord to existing outlet
Rewire subpanel for 100amp. Install 100amp sq D breaker
Supply and install small junction box for florescents above kitchen counter. Unplug and remove wires on shelving for safety
1)â€”â€”Supply and install 3 LED rated dimmers in kitchen.
1)â€”â€”Remove 15 amp arc fault breaker and replace with standard 15 amp breaker. 2)â€”â€”Supply and install 2 whole home surge protectors.
Supply and install (5) total GFCIs in bathroom/kitchen/exterior Remove double tapping off inside panel for safety reason Supply and install (1) wiremold box for switch Reinstall whip at water heater. Reinstall bathroom outlet which is loose
1)â€”â€”Convert existing 60 amp 240 volt circuit into 20 amp 120 volt circuit. 2)â€”â€”Install 20 amp outlet at existing box with industrial cover plate.
Diagnosis lights and outlets not working
TROUBLESHOOT- 1)â€”â€”Go through system and check for loose connections, bad devices and/or bad breakers. 2)â€”â€”Find solution to get power to all outlets.
1)â€”â€”Run dedicated 50 amp circuit from main panels â€œAâ€ , â€œBâ€ and â€œCâ€ to right below each panel. 2)â€”â€”Install 50 amp outdoor generator rated inlets at each panel. 3)â€”â€”Supply and install generator/main breaker lock out clips at each panel. 4)â€”â€”Supply and assemble 25ft*3 lengths of SO generator rated cord with 4 prong 50 amp twist lock female adapters and male straight blade adapters. 5)â€”â€”Supply and Install whole house surge protector on each panel.
Remove and Clean (2) evaporator coils (2) 1 year AC red carpet club
1)â€”â€”Swap 40 amp oven breaker at 50 amp cook top breaker location to make cook top circuit a 40 amp circuit. 2)â€”â€”Supply and install 25 amp breaker for oven circuit. 3)â€”â€”Drill 1/2 inch hole in blank plate of cook top junction box so whip can be installed properly. 4)â€”â€”Extend existing oven circuit to desired location and install new junction box. 5)â€”â€”Extend existing microwave circuit to desired location and install new junction box. 6)â€”â€”Install junction box for existing under cabinet lighting switch line. 7)â€”â€”Open wall/ remove area of back splash at hood location and extend hood circuit. 8)â€”â€”Reset all existing kitchen outlets and cover plates including cooler outlet cover plate.
Warranty and 1st Rcc visit
1)â€”â€”Remove and replace 2 T8 4 bulb ballasts. 2)â€”â€”Remove and replace 1 switch at front door.