403 Headquarters Dr. Unit 5
Millersville, MD 21108
(443) 396-3797

Local Reviews
for crownsville, md

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars based on 4 customer reviews

Excellent Service

Mine was not a straight forward job but Alex stuck to it to make sure it was done right!

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Easy and quick

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Great service,quick and dependable

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Attic fans and light switch

Service was great. Electrician and help was excellent

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for crownsville, md

Genny G.

Genny G. Job Checkin

Visit was for running dedicated circuit to heat pump on exterior of home. Pool heat pump requires 50 amp 240 volt dedicated circuit with disconnecting means for shut off. Please see attached for getting this taken care of for you.


Genny G.

Genny G. Job Checkin

Customer had circuit not working. Turns out that the breaker was turned off. There was an outside GFCI connected to that circuit. See below for work performed today. Please note this work is not warrantied as we did not replace everything on that circuit. Replace (1) outside GFCI Replace (1) indoor receptacle Replace (1) customer supplied digital switch


Alex W.

Alex W. Job Checkin

I ran a 20 amp dedicated circuit from the right handed main electrical panel to outside then with UF cable i was the circuit next too existing lines outside where i supported it throughout the run. Then i cut a 2 gang old work box size hole and drilled outside where i then pushed the wires inside the office. I installed the 2 gang old work box then i installed 2 tamper resistant receptacles and a plate. I drilled a hole through the concrete to get inside the home where the electrical panels were and i landed the wires in the right hand electrical panel on circuit #5. I installed a 20 amp arc fault breaker I did discuses with the customer about how the panels have double tapped neutrals and how this could lead to potential overheating on the neutral bar. Also I recommended the outside circuit which is connected to the garage be changed to gfcis and we will line side all the gfcis so if one trips it doesn’t affect the rest of the circuit. Finally i mentioned with all the technology i


Nicholas T.

Nicholas T. Job Checkin

Replaced sink light in kitchen with a new customer supplied LED strip light.


Michael W.

Michael W. Job Checkin

This solution includes the replacement the existing 4 lamp t-8 ballast in the basement fixture. We have replaced the existing 4 lamp T8 ballast in the basement fixture. We recommend having the receptacle at the panel GFCI protected.


dennis@haasandsons.com

dennis@haasandsons.com Job Checkin

The reason for todays visit with customer was outlets through kitchen and office area not working. After being greeted by Mya, i was shown the problem areas in the kitchen and office area. I then explained to Mya what we would be doing today on our visit such as the Performance and Safety Inspection. Mya then walked me to the panel which is located in the second part of the garage. While performing my PSI i saw that the home owner had an early 250 amp Sqaure D QO panel’s. The panel on the left was a 150 amp 30 slot with multiple shared neutrals. The panel on the right was a 100 amp panel for car charger, heaters, and drier. After assessing the panel i saw that there were 10 single pole circuits that had a shared neutrals and they are required to be on a two pole breaker. After assessing the panel, i made my way through the home checking devices in each room and came across the kitchen outlets/office outlets which we were originally called out for. The outlets were protected by the GFCI


Alex W.

Alex W. Job Checkin

Install bugs for the wires in the disconnect


Alex W.

Alex W. Job Checkin

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dennis@haasandsons.com

dennis@haasandsons.com Job Checkin

Install customer supplied dimmer. No warranty with installation .


Alex W.

Alex W. Job Checkin

I extended an existing circuit From the main electrical panel in the garage then I installed a new work box in the joists and Spliced the existing circuit wires to my new wires then fish them in through the wall upstairs into the bathroom where I installed a old work box and a GFCI then I went into the panel remove the two pole 30 amp breaker and installed a single pole 20 amp breaker that will power up the GFCI


Genny G.

Genny G. Job Checkin

Customer called due to exterior GFCI not working. GFCI would not reset. GFCI was bad and needed to be replaced. Also, front exterior GFCI needed to bee placed as well. Work performed to day below: Replace (1) weather resistant GFCI and bubble cover on back deck Replace (1) weather resistant receptacle and bubble cover on front porch


Alex W.

Alex W. Job Checkin

This solution includes Running a 6-2 seu copper cable from main electrical panel. Drilling a whole through concrete and running the wire outside. The wire is weather rated. Then sealing the hole around the wire to prevent water getting into home. Then installing a customer supplied HARD WIRED car charger. Then in the panel installing a 60 amp square d qo 2 pole electrical breaker We will install a whole home surge protector thats powered by a 2 pole 50 amp square d qo electrical breaker. This is to protect the new car charger and car and other electronics throughout home from potential power surges We will remove all double tapped neutrals in panel. Install ground bar to open up spaces on neutral bar. It’s code requirements that neutrals are on their own separate screw to prevent back feeding circuits and to lower chances of overheating the screw terminals


Matt M.

Matt M. Job Checkin

Run a new line to the receptacle at the top of the deck Replace the 3 outside receptacles with weather resistant Install a new gfci breaker for outside receptacles Install whole home surge protector Replace receptacle upstairs with alumicons


Alex W.

Alex W. Job Checkin

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Genny G.

Genny G. Job Checkin

Customer wants quote to move meter and SE cable. Upon inspection, I came to the conclusion that the entire electrical system needs to be updated/replaced for safety. Electrical system is 70 plus years old and original to the home. The panel is Federal Pacific which is now outlawed. We will relocate SE cable to connect to the front of the house installing a service mast. We will replace federal pacific panel with new Leviton panel. We will install 200 mp disconnect on exterior of home. We will do all coordination with BGE about meter placement. We will schedule all inspection and pull all necessary permits.