Could not have been better. Mike was an amazing tech. Explained everything fully and carefully. His work was top notch. Would recommend to everyone. Great job.
Alex is a great electrician because he thoroughly inspected the electrical panel and a few of the outlets throughout the house, letting me know about existing issues with the house's electrical system. He also discussed how he would install the ceiling fan and answered my questions about its placement.
Great job installing Ring Pro doorbell. My job was a difficult one and Nick handled it quickly and efficiently.
Would hire again
Tech did a great job - very thorough and professional. Would highly recommend.
Super pleased. He did a great job and explained exactly what he was doing and recommended doing
Nick did an incredible job installing a SimpliSafe doorbell & GFCI outlet. Couldn’t have asked for better service. Highly recommend this company to all!
Nick, was quick, informative and friendly. Also, very polite to kids.
Alex worked hard and fast to fix the multiple electrical problems in my currently 110 degree attic.
Thorough and complete work from nick everytime he's worked on our house. I've been happy with their work everytime
This estimate includes the installation/retro-fit motor replacement of the existing bathfan in the hall bath. We have installed a new bath fan in the hall bath.
This estimate includes the proper bonding at water heater. We have taken deposit and shall return next Tuesday to complete the work. We have returned and bonded the water heater.
I removed a damaged gable attic fan and replaced it with a new gable attic fan. I also installed a utility switch for it. I removed the constant power to the roof top attic fan and installed a utility switch for that as well and ran a switch leg to the existing fan I installed a weather proof box outside and landed a uf cable that was on the ground and installed a weather proof blank plate #review
Reason for today’s visit was to inspect power loss text area receptacles. We found that not only the two exterior receptacles were off but the bathroom ones were as well. We found that there was a GFCI located in the basement underneath of the main panel that was tripped. Once GFCI was reset all the bathroom next to your plug start working again. We inspected the exterior receptacles and found that they were odor backstab only style that were not weather resistant and also had old style metal flip covers. We provided an estimate to replace the exterior receptacles with New weather resistant ones within use covers.
Reason for today’s visit was to disconnect alive 240 V line next to the furnace underneath the stairs. The old line was for an old furnace that required a second 240 V line. When the furnace was replaced the HVAC company just left the live line in the wall. We removed the line from the panel as well as snipped it up into the ceiling as far as we could reach. Line is now dead. While on site we added an outlet next to a pool chain fixture in the closet under the stairs.
We have installed the new customer supplied light fixture in the secondary bedroom. In addition we have replaced the 4 existing switches in the hallway and master bedroom.
We have raised a dining area receptacle to a customer desired height and have removed a 2gang switchbox and relocated it to the opposite side of wall at kitchen entry.
Run wire for new customer supplied light in garage.
We will connect power to customer supplied sub panel and install 2 new Quad setups with 4 circuits feeding them. We will install a new receptacle above the ceiling for future camera at the front peak. We will install a 6x6 junction box in place of the disconnect next to the meter on the home to terminate connections feeding the shed. Customer ran a new PV line from the home over to the shed and installed new cables for us to tie in. We connected his pipe stub up to a customer supplied sub panel on the inside of the shed. We also connected his pipe on the home to a junction box and line I installed on a previous visit. We terminated both lines to power shed. We then installed 2 quad outlet setups next to the panel and installed new breakers to power circuits.
Repair loss power to bathroom and rewire switches by front door.
We have repaired the exterior and dining room circuits. We have replaced the Arc fault breaker controlling the dining area and tested the receptacles to ensure power now present. In addition we have replaced the existing GFCI receptacle in the mechanical closet and installed GFCI receptacles on the exterior of the home.
I ran a 30 amp circuit from the main electrical panel in the garage to the other side of the garage and installed a 4 prong 30 amp dryer plug I also removed a dimmer 4 way switch that was wired incorrectly also it was controlling a ceiling fan which can not be on a dimmer and i replaced the switch with a standard three way switch and wired the travelers correctly
Installed new customer supplied ring doorbell at front door. We drilled through the front of the door trim to relocate the camera to face the front walkway. We also replaced the original transformer with a stronger one to power the new camera.
We have installed the new customer supplied vanity light, closet light and GFCI in the master bathroom areas.