Nick from Haas & Sons was excellent to work with. He did a great job replacing my smoke detectors. He was very thorough and explained the new equipment. Thank you Haas and Nick
We had some scheduling issues up front but once we got past that the service was great. Several important issues were brought to my attention which I appreciated. I would definitely recommend Nick to anyone who asks.
I was so fortunate to get Alex to straighten out our homes electrical problems. He did a great job! He certainly is an expert electrician. A very pleasant experience!
Matt was friendly, efficient, and thorough with his replacement of our chandelier. His experience was obvious immediately. The company’s communication was also excellent.
Nick is very professional, demonstrates expertise, and always makes extra effort to ensure we are informed and satisfied.
Alex of (Haas and Sons Electric, Inc) did a great job replacing several interior light fixtures. He was courteous and professional!
Michael is always the best. If he can't find the problem, then it doesn't exist.
Haas & Sons Electric technician, Alex, far exceeded my expectations. As a retired military veteran; I appreciated his no nonsense, straight forward explanations of the potential problems and detailed plan or plans of attack along with recommendations. His confidence and work ethic gave me peace of mind the job would be done well and accurately. I'll definitely ask for him by name for any further electrical needs.
Alex is fantastic! He’s very knowledgeable and straightforward. We won’t use anyone else moving forward.
I had same day service! Larry showed up to my house, very professional and personable. After explains the challenges I was having and his initial review, Larry presented the problem which was a circuit breaker that was bad. Larry and I discussed what was the possible cause and solution. Together decided to install a separate circuit line to support my business equipment. Larry made good decisions in placing the new outlet so it accessible and looked nice. Larry also made sure everything was clean and tidy before he left. I would recommend Hass and Sons. I’d say the estimate to complete the project, labor and materials was fairly priced.
This solution includes the installation of a customer supplied ceiling fan in the master bedroom. Brace box installation and wiring to existing switch required. We have collected deposit and shall return when fan arrives and customer schedules. We have installed the new customer supplied ceiling fan in the master bedroom. Brace box was installed.
I removed and replaced a damaged receptacle in the kitchen, and in the basement near the panel. I also replaced a single pole switch in the master bathroom. Devices were back stabbed so when I replaced these devices I spliced all the appropriate wires together then pigtailed off of the splice with a single wire then I wrapped the wire around the device screw clamped it then tighten down the screw this is to ensure the best and safest possible connection throughout the circuit and it also allows the electric to pass through even if the device is broken #review
i removed the gfci under the deck and the box due to the inside of the box being rusted because the screws to support the box was going through the back of the box. Also the wires coming to the top of the box were in romex connectors and are not allowed by code due to the fact water can get in through it. I re ran the wires so they all come to the bottom of the newly installed weather proof box i installed ( this box has supports on the outside of the box so water can get inside of box) then i installed a weather resistant gfci and a new in use bubble cover. I removed all double tapped neutrals in the panel and landed them on their own separate screws. This is done to prevent neutrals back feeding other circuits and also is accordance to the national electrical code #review
Reason for today’s visit was to sass installing a new circuit in the basement hallway. We ran a new dedicated 20 amp circuit from the main panel in the basement unfinished room over to the two new plug locations and installed a 20 amp Arcfault Combination Breaker. We installed one plug on the wall underneath of the stairs and one on the wall at the bottom of the stairs next to the unfinished area.
Swapped out motor tray Reason for today’s visit was to assess the bathroom exhaust fan that was installed on last visit in the master bathroom. Customer stated that fan was working fine up until recently when it started making a hissing noise and then they could smell something burning. As soon as I walked up to the fan and went to drop the cover I could smell that something had recently been burning inside of it. Customer had purchased a new friend that was The exact same as the fan that was installed. This type of fan has an easily replaceable assembly inside were no tools are required. I removed the motor assembly and install the new motor assembly in the existing tray and tested it out. Everything is working properly.
Convert 240v 30amp line to 120v 20amp line and Install new 120v receptacle behind microwave. Install arc fault breaker for microwave circuit. Fix double tapped neutrals in panel. Includes membership
Replaced all smoke and carbon monoxide detection units in the condo with new 10 year units that are also hardwired and interconnected. We will be returning on Wednesday to install the garage unit. Returned today and installed heat sensor unit in the garage.
Reason for today’s visit was to look at replacing an exhaust fan in the primary bathroom on the second floor. The existing fan looked original to the home and was half hanging off the ceiling. After inspecting the fan from the attic I found that there was no ventilation to the exterior of the home. I removed the existing fan and installed a customer supplied Homeworks 110 CFM fan and its place and ran 4 inch venting from the new fan out to a gable vent. I also replaced the switch control in the fan with a touchscreen controller that came with the fan. Once installed The customer and I checked out the fan and everything works properly.
We have replaced the existing light fixture in the kitchen with a new customer supplied light. In addition we have installed a brace box for light and have replaced the existing damaged receptacle in the hallway.
We have made wiring repairs in the panel for the multi feed circuit power the garage and office areas. In addition we have replaced the 2 breakers with a common trip breaker and have installed 4 customer supplied switches.
We have installed the new customer-supplied bath fan in the master bathroom. We have added a flexible duct to center of attic, to be duct out by others.
This estimate includes the installation of 7 new dedicated circuits for the receptacles, appliance, bathroom, fridge and garbage disposal.We shall install all new receptacles, switches and recess lighting throughout the proposed finished basement area. 18recess lights in total. In addition we shall install a smoke detector in the basement bedroom and ArcFault breakers for all new circuits or modified circuits to adhere to NEC standards. GFCI protection is included for all wet location and countertop areas. Lastly we shall install a customer supplied bathroom vanity lights and bathfan. Bath fan shall be properly vented to the exterior of the home. A fan brace box shall be installed the basement bedroom. Pricing does not include permitting and inspections. Main area lighting shall include 3way switching and dimmer switch.
We will run a new 50 amp 240 V circuit from the stove location down to the laundry area where the three panels are located. Will install a new 50 amp breaker to one of the three panels to control the new stove. Removal of original floor heat thermostat in first floor bathroom and install new digital thermostats place.
This solution includes: Re devicing home Installing a mast for seu cable Updating grounding and bonding Installing emergency disconnect outside Bring existing electrical panel to code Permits Inspections Run circuit to new gfci out front of home 2-2-2023 and 2-3-2023 I removed all devices in the home and installed new devices. I spliced all the appropriate wires together then pig tailed off the splices hooking the wire around the device screw then clamping the wire and tightening down the screw. This ensures the best and safest possible connection throughout the circuits and the electrical system. I installed new switches and dimmers, i installed tamper resistant gfcis in locations that required them by code and i installed tamper resistant receptacles I installed new plates throughout the home I ran a new line from the main electrical panel throughout the basement into the garage where i ran pvc pipe to protect the wire then drilled a whole through the brick wall into a s