Alex was great
Alex Weber visited my property today and I was impressed with his professionalism and service. I am also impressed by Haas and Sons Electric, Inc. in terms of scheduling and communication: it is a dependable, well-run operation and one I can highly recommend.
Same day service, professional and personable electrician.
Professional and courteous service
Alex is an Awesome Guy and Technician! You're in Great Hands!!
On time answered all questions and explained everything he did and why he did it . Couldn’t be happier with the service. Thanks
customer had a leak in the 1st floor bathroom which leaked into the box for the receptacle causing the wires to be damaged and the inside of the receptacle to be affected which in result kept tripping the master bathroom gfci I removed all receptacles on bathroom circuit and spliced all appropriate wires together then pig tailed off the splice with a single wire making the best and safest possible connections throughout the circuit. Then i installed a gfci in each bathroom and line sided all the gfcis so if one trips it doesnt affect the others throughout the bathrooms in the home.
Came to customers home for loss of power in basement circuit. During investigation, we noticed that the panel was from 1986 with unsafe terminations. Following bad terminations lead us to the sub panel where it was noticed sub panel was illegally terminated in 120v. We discovered that the issue as poorly spliced neutrals in multiple fixture boxes. This leads me to highly recommend the following : Replacing main panel with new 200 amp QO Panel Replacing feeder from main panel to sub panel Splitting circuit to place outside circuit onto a dedicated 15 amp circuit Correcting and re-splicing affected devices on damaged circuit Please see attached estimates to complete work that was discussed.
This solution includes the installation/ relocation of 2 existing receptacles in the basement.
This solution includes the installation of a new Arc fault breaker and GFCI receptacle for both kitchen appliance circuits We have installed new arc fault breakers for the kitchen appliance circuits. In addition we have installed GFCI receptacles within the kitchen to remain code compliant and to possibly distinguish any future issues for these circuits.
Ceiling fan in the kitchen
The reason for today’s visit was the install two new customer supplied ceiling fans. After pulling down the two existing light fixtures we found that there was currently metal boxes rated for ceiling fans. Checked wiring in the switches and found it all the switches have been replaced as did all the wired in the home recently. All the devices were screwdown terminal connected as opposed to being backstabbed so no addressing was needed. Electrical panel was also replaced as was the service cable to the meter can and from the meter to The main panel. Panel in Home is a 100 amp Cutler hammer BR series panel. We installed the new fans in place of the old light fixtures and tested once installed. Both fixtures work properly.
This estimate includes the installation of a dedicated 40A 240V circuit to terminate on a receptacle for EV charging in the garage. Receptacle shall be protected by GFCI breaker We have installed a dedicated 240V 40A circuit for EV charging. Circuit terminated onto a 50A receptacle.
This estimate includes the replacement of the 2 hardwired antiquated smoke alarms with new combo detection alarms.
We have provided pricing for the replacement combo detection units and to bring the home up to code regarding the smoke alarms.
We have determined the fan is working, issue was with remote.
Reason for today’s visit restore power loss to GFCI and utility closet in the garage as well as to troubleshoot a switch control in the exhaust fan in the second floor hallway bathroom. I started my troubleshooting at the basement GFCI in the utility room I found power going through the device but not leaving it. I then went to the main panel to check for any type of loose tucked loose connections or any signs of burning or fail devices which could cause connection issues. Well in the panel I found no signs of corrosion burning or anything that could cause power loss issues. I did however find that there was no surge protection at the main power source. The search protectors help prevent homes electrical system and equipment from being damage from harmful voltage spikes. I then proceeded to go to the second floor to check the switches in the hallway bathroom. I found that the switch control in the bathroom exhaust fan is a smart switch. The switch has a built-in humidity sensor that
Installing light in loft. #review
-Installed new security cameras with hard wired plugs on the front, back and right side of the house -Mount wireless ring doorbell on the front door -Run wires to the 3 cameras on the front, back and right side to eliminate the need to change batteries for those hard to reach cameras -install new grounding and bonding for hot & cold water along with gas -install 3 new receptacles where the loose ones where found in the home -install new gfci receptacle in bathroom upstairs -install new gfci receptacles in the kitchen and laundry room -move kitchen light and install recess light 4 inch. -replace improper breakers in the panel 4 total