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

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for edgewater, md

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars based on 13 customer reviews

Excellent service

Knowledgeable, friendly, patient, took his time to explain every detail and walk us through what we didn’t understand. Outstanding service call!

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Excellent service

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Excellent Service!! Mike was great!!

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Very pleased!

I’m a new customer who called on a Friday afternoon and they managed to fit me in! The electrician arrived right on time, was very personable, professional and knowledgeable. Costs were relayed up front and a paid invoice was immediately emailed afterward. I will definitely use again!

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Great service

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Great Service

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Quick response and quick work

Michael was able to come on short notice and took care of a number of items in just a couple of hours.

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Great service!

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Excellent Service

High quality service exceeding expectations. True professionals. Highly recommended; will continue to work to use Haas & Sons.

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Efficient, Effective, Affordable

Highly recommend Haas & Sons for any requirement from minor to complex, cosmetic to major update. Quality of work and superiority of customer service are clear differentiators.

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Quality work

Alex did an awesome job and thoroughly walked us through the differences in our repair options for the outside outlets.

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Great Service

Haas was timely in their service and very respectful to deal with and of our property. Great service and exemplary work, especially at the height of a pandemic.

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Excellent service. Polite.

Took the time to give good information about how the equipment worked.

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Job Locations
for edgewater, md

Alex W.

Alex W. Job Checkin

i installed a customer supplied light fixture on back upper porch I installed 2 customer supplied 120 volt landscape spot lights Also talked to customer about smart switches for 1st floor


Genny G.

Genny G. Job Checkin

Today’s visit was for front porch light not working. Turned out to be the switch. Work performed: Replace (1) toggle switch for front door


Michael W.

Michael W. Job Checkin

We have delivered pricing regarding the EV Circuit.


Alex W.

Alex W. Job Checkin

I installed 16 customer supplied lights 2 in the downstairs bathroom 1 in the upstairs hallway bathroom 13 outside throughout the yard and against the home exterior walls


Genny G.

Genny G. Job Checkin

Today’s visit was for exterior receptacles not working. During assessment, I located the bad GFCI in the utility room of the garage where the water heater was located. Also, the outdoor receptacles were highly corroded which most likely caused the GFCI to trip initially. Please see below for work performed to resolve the issue. Good luck with the move! Replace (1) indoor TR GFCI receptacle and cover. Replace (3) WR duplex receptacles and in use covers Replace (1) duplex receptacle in garage


Michael W.

Michael W. Job Checkin

This solution includes the replacement of the damaged GFCI at sink. Also, we shall replace the receptacle at the front door with a new weather rated device. We have replaced the gfci receptacle at the front door exterior and the gfci receptacle located in the secondary home at the sink location. Membership acquired.


dennis@haasandsons.com

dennis@haasandsons.com Job Checkin

Installation of two new carbon monoxide/smoke detectors located on the first floor and the second floor hall. Installation of new smoke detector located in the primary bedroom, secondary bedroom, and guest bedroom. Installation of new dedicated circuit located in the “pier shed” for a Mini-Fridge. Current circuit is being over-loaded when compressor kicks in and causing a trip on the GFCI.


Genny G.

Genny G. Job Checkin

Today’s visit was for ceiling fan replacement. While assessing the work to be done, I saw that there was no GFCI protection in the kitchen, and also no surge protection in the panel. See below for work performed. Remove and replace (1) ceiling fan Remove and replace (1) standard switch Install surge in main panel Install GFCI in kitchen to protect circuit


Genny G.

Genny G. Job Checkin

Today’s visit was for GFCI tripping. While on-site it was working properly. I opened the panel and the receptacle to make sure everything was in good condition. Nothing was damaged or broken. Voltage was correct. Let us know if you have any questions. Thanks!


Alex W.

Alex W. Job Checkin

We were originally called out here to take a look at the bathroom heater which kept tripping the breaker I opened up the heater and found the wires had arced and connected with the metal casing around the heater which caused it to trip the breaker the customer already had a replacement heater that fit perfectly inside the metal framing so I swapped that out real quick turn the breaker on and the heater still was not working so I examined the electrical panel and found that the two pole 20 amp breaker was actually sizzling causing the circuit to not work properly I remove And replace the 2 pole 20 amp Square D Q0 electrical breaker with a company supplied turned on the breaker and then everything worked fine


Alex W.

Alex W. Job Checkin

I installed gfcis on the kitchen counter top. Now all receptacles on the kitchen counter top are gfci protected and up to current code I tested the gfcis in the bathrooms and they all are working correctly I installed a junction box for the attic open air spliced wires and then i installed a blank plate I cut a wire that was damaged at the top of the steps in the attic then i installed a junction box for the wires and a blank plate. I tested everything i worked on and everything works


Michael W.

Michael W. Job Checkin

This solution includes the installation of 5 gfci receptacles. Locations in kitchen. We have installed 5 new gfci receptacles that will service the kitchen sink locations.


Genny G.

Genny G. Job Checkin

Was scheduled for annual maintenance today. Customer asked to reschedule and we did the below instead. Work performed today: Install (4) dimmers in upstairs bedrooms Remove and replace (1) light in son’s bedroom Also, please see attached solution s for the lighting on the third floor and the ceiling fan in your daughter’s room. Let us know if you have any questions. Look forward to hearing from you soon!


Alex W.

Alex W. Job Checkin

I removed two light fixtures in the downstairs bathroom I cut into 8B workboxes install two customer supplied light fixtures


Alex W.

Alex W. Job Checkin

In summary I installed 2 ground rods then ran ground wire from them to where the seu cable is I installed a emergency disconnect and installed the line and load side seu cable and landed it in the emergency disconnect and supported the wires along the wall and have half the temp done with the bugs on one side and will complete it tomorrow when i do the panel I ran a uf 14-2 wire from the 4 gang switch box inside the home by the front door through the wall into the ceiling then drilled a hole outside and ran uf wire to a weather proof 8b box i installed. Then ran another wire from that box to another 8b box i installed. I drilled holes through the joists and ran my wires through them and i installed weather proof connectors for the uf wire. These boxes are for light fixtures the customer wants to install for the future I added a outlet in the basement for a computer next too the steps. I ran my wire behind the steps in a crawl space and will tie into a receptacle next to the pane