Haas and Sons Are professional, courteous and always complete work as promised.
Very professional. Diagnosed my problem, gave me his estimate and completed job quickly
Please use the statement above in any way you wish. We always fully appreciate Nick's work. Respectfully, Jerry LaFleur
Nick was great to work with! He was knowledgeable, helpful and communicative. We’re looking forward to our phase 2 and 3 with Nick!
Technician was very knowledgeable. With great customer service
Alex was very efficient, neat, and complete in his running of a new line, installation of surge protectors, and outdoor wiring for our new patio. I would consider Haas and Sons for our next electrical work.
He was on time immediately grasped what needed to be done and worked hard all day and did the best job possible
Informative and very thorough in making the necessary work.
Outstanding customer service in a world where such a thing has been lacking... Nick, and a gentleman who's name escapes me did a great job. Awesome gentlemen, friendly, knowledgeable, 'above and beyond', 'would recommend 5/5'. I could tell that they were smiling even though they had masks on. Good people. Carry on.
Mike is the best, super patient, knowledgeable, and great.
Customer is having power issues throughout home. I opened the panel and tested voltage coming into the home and found that there is only 174.4 volts between the 2 hot legs and roughly 86 volts individually on each leg to ground. This is a power company issue. I informed customer to contact BG&E to have issue resolved. I turned off the larger equipment (240 volt) in home at the panel so that they don’t get damaged. Once issue is resolved by power company they can be turned back on by customer.
Install ceiling fan in center of the master bedroom. Run wire to junction box in the attic. Install new ceiling fan support box.
We have repaired the master bathroom receptacle underneath window, powder room and front porch receptacle. In addition we have installed gfci receptacles in these locations after resolving the loss of a neutral wire.
I removed a switch by the back porch light that wasn’t allowing electric to flow through the switch leg to the light fixture out back I also used my telescope ladder to replace a light bulb in the stairwell foyer
I installed a new wafer led gimble recess light in the stairwell going to the basement. I ran a jumper between the downstairs existing recess light and and the new light I re wired a fluorescent light fixture in the laundry room and after re wiring it I installed two LED ballast bypass tubes I also removed and replaced the light switch for the laundry room
Install two led tube lights to replace existing fluorescent lights and ballast. Rewire existing fixture to support new 120v led tubes. Give estimate to install new ceiling fans on porch and bedrooms.
We have replaced the damaged existing photocell controlling the post lamp. In addition we have replaced the antiquated GFCI receptacle controlling the exterior and garage receptacles. We still recommend addressing the other receptacles on this circuit. Lastly we have provided an additional estimate regarding code and safety upgrades.
WO-TNFR80498 We have installed a new customer supplied ceiling chandelier in foyer area.
WO-TNFR80291 Installed a new customer supplied ceiling fan in the back right bedroom on the 2nd floor. We installed a new fan brace box and ran switch leg down to the existing switch location. I replaced the older switch and made the original switch controlled outlet constantly on.
WO-TNFR79351 Installed 4 new LED recessed lights in the living room. We tapped power out of the existing switchleg in the junction box in the ceiling. We replaced the existing standard switch with a new toggle style dimmer to control new recessed lights.
Kitchen counter circuit is tripping every time it rains. I found that the basement walk out outlet underneath the deck is causing the issue. I found that the seal around the older metal style cover was worn out and most likely moved while pressure washing was done. I also found that the outlet was severely rust (picture attached) which meant the outlet has had water issues for some time now. I installed a new weather resistant outlet and installed a new in-use cover (bubble cover) and placed silicone around the the cover to help keep moisture from running into the device. WO-TNFR79180
WO-TNFR78556 Replaced customer supplied front porch light. Replaced customer supplied bathroom sconce light with new customer supplied light. We had to cut in a new box behind light. Installed a new customer supplied tv plug setup. We ran new power from the attic and relocated cable from a few feet away.
WO-TNFR77249 Customer had an existing gable mounted attic fan in the right side gable that was not working. I tested fan and found that the motor was grinding and starting to lock up. I removed fan and installed a new one with a new thermostat in its place. I noticed that the box near the fan was missing the switch and/or plate so i installed anew single pole service switch for the fan.
WO-TNFR76586 Replacing the 2 external GCIâ€™s located on the front retaining wall with new weatherproof boxes and covers. Both of the front GFCIâ€™s were rusted out and not working. I removed both setups and installed new weatherproof boxes, weather resistant GFCIâ€™s and new I use covers. Both outlets are now working properly.
WO-TNFR76191 The GFCI in the master bedroom was behind the stand over the toilet. I removed the old box and relocated new one roughly 3 inches over so it was accessible. Installed new customer supplied light in the master bedroom in a new location. I ran new line through the attic and down to the existing switch. I installed a fan brace box and ran a wire with an extra line in case a ceiling fan was to be installed in the future. Installed customer supplied light in a pre-wired location in the foyer. Replaced new haas and sons supplied wireless doorbell.