As always, Nick is very knowledgeable, ethical and professional. Good combination of knowledge, technical skills, clear explanations and excellent customer service.
I have asked for Michael Wendler by name for several years because he is always able to fix any electrical problem I have had. Haas and Sons probably has many people like Michael. They have always treated my family fairly with every time they have come to my house.
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.
I removed two existing ceiling fans re-support of the boxes in the Ceiling and then install to customer supplied ceiling fans with remotes and a 20 foot ceiling with a large ladder I also removed a light fixture and put a blank plate over top of it I removed two outside receptacles and installed weather resistant tamper resistant receptacles with N used bubble covers I separated all the grounds neutrals there was a lot of double tap neutrals in the panel so I remove those and made it so all neutrals were under their own separate screw as code requires I also installed a ground bar and put the grounds on that to make more room for the neutrals in the second panel I removed large neutrals and installed add a lugs on the neutral bar and put the neutrals back under the lug #review
replace the front door timer switch controlling the front light with a new simple push style digital timer. We will replace the GFCI as well as the standard receptacle over the countertop in the quad set up with new receptacle and USB devices. We will need to replace the standard breaker control in these countertop receptacles with a GFCI breaker to keep proper protection of countertop outlets. Reason for today’s visit was to install USB type and type C plugs in the kitchen as well as to replace the old rotary style timer at the front door that control the front light. The two receptacles that she wanted replaced with USB plugs were located on the kitchen counter on the opposite side of the room from the sink. One of them was the GFCI that controlled those countertop receptacles. I replaced both receptacles in the quad with no USB type and type C and installed a door function breaker to control and protect the circuit. I removed the older timer at the front door and installed a new or
Install customer supplied yard lights. Matt and I will be returning on the 17th to install a total of 18 yard lights on two separate transformers. Customer is going to hold off on the pillar lights for now. Following site we will also be replacing a ceiling fan on the third floor porch as well as installing a dimmer switch on the dining room light. Return today and completed quoted work. We installed a total of six path lights along the front walkway as well as till path lights over the retaining walls next to the front pathway. We installed and up lights on the tree to the left of the house and power them all buy a new transformer that we installed on the back left corner. We installed a total of three new path lights on the back steps running from the yard up to the house as well as four more path lights on the stairs running down to the dock. We also installed two more op lights or two trees in the center garden in the backyard. These lights are powered by a transformer we install
We have demoed the existing baseboard heaters on the back porch. In addition we have installed a whole home surge protector and have bonded the water heater.
Reason for today’s visit was to do a whole home safety inspection. Put my inspection I found that the devices in the home or of older style and are all backstabbed. Wall plug checking devices I found very loose connections meaning that they no longer grip outlets very well. I also found that the outlets are not tamper resistant meeting current safety standards for childproofing. We’re going through rooms we noticed that the bedrooms did not have any smoke detectors and the current smoke detectors that are existing or not interconnected. In the basement utility room we found the main panel locatedBehind the furnace. There is metal ducking and the furnace itself directly in front of the panel not leaving required Clarence which would be 36 inches. We also found that the panel is only 100 A and completely loaded. There is no space to add any future circuits and there’s currently tandem breakers that are not supposed to be in this type of panel. The washer receptacle as well as the sump p
I installed a customer supplied hard wired car charger. I ran a 6-2 seu cable that can go up to 60 amps I installed a 2 pole 50 amp br breaker and set the car charger to max out at 40 amps because the customers car draws 32 amps but customer wanted a car charger and a circuit that can handle more for future purchases on different vehicles I also installed a whole home ultra surge protector that protects the customers homes electronics and homes utilities from potential power surges 1 year warranty #review
We have provided pricing for the service cable repair and the bathfan in the hallway.
Reason for today’s visit is to install customers smoke detectors. We previously installed all new hardwired units throughout the home. On the last visit when I was installing new exhaust fans I noticed some of the smoke detectors were not operating properly. I helped customer contact the manufacturer and they sent her out all new units. I’m returning today to install those units. Once installed I tested all units out and they are working properly. Customer signed up for membership. #review
We have installed a new customer supplied EV charger and dedicated circuit. 240V 50A. 2 circuits from main panel were relocated to the sub panel to accommodate new EV circuit. We recommend a whole home surge protector for the main panel. #review
I re deviced the office with new switches and new tamper resistant receptacles I also spliced all the appropriate wires together then pig tailed off the splice with a wire then I’ll wrap the wire around the screw of the device clamped it down then screw down the screw on the device this is to ensure the best possible connection and safe as possible connection throughout the circuit 1 year warranty on work preformed. #review
We have provided pricing for an EV charging dedicated circuit 50A to be installed on homes exterior.
We have installed 2 new exterior weather resistant Gfci receptacles on the exterior of the home. In addition we have installed a new gfci in the first floor bathroom. Lastly we have replaced the existing gfci breaker in the panel with a new standard 15A breaker.<br>
we removed all devices on kitchen counter top and re-deviced the kitchen counter top <br> We spliced all the appropriate wires together then pig tailed off the splice to give the circuits the best and safest possible connection throughout the circuit. Then we installed gfcis on kitchen counter top and line sided everything. We also replaced the garbage disposal switch <br> <br> We removed all the devices outside and replaced them with weather resistant gfcis and in use bubble covers<br> On the side of the home they had a romex wire going outside into a the bottom of a weather proof box with a seal tight whip from a radon fan going into the box with a pvc connector holding it in place in the box<br> We removed the box and relocated it so no romex wire was exposed coming into the back of a new weather proof box and connector. Then I installed a seal tight 1/2 inch connector to properly seal the box properly then we spliced the wires and put on a weather proof blank plate <br> Customer
We removed a broken older pancake box on the first floor bathroom for a light fixture and replaced it with a fan rated side mount box. Then installed a customer supplied light fixture
Reason for todays visit was to install a customer supplied wall timer. The new timer was installed in place of the garage 3-way that controlled the front 2 wall lights as well as the 2 garage wall lights. Customer provided the defiant digital timer. At customers request we set timer to turn on at dusk and off at dawn. I walked customer through operation and left directions with him. While on site I noticed the post light was not working properly with the existing photocell (dusk to dawn). The light was on during the day time. I replaced the photocell with a new button style and it is now working properly.