I am 65 years old and I finally found an electrician That I can respect for his knowledge, professionalism, answered all my questions he even insisted on vacuuming my carpet I thought at first he was the owner of the company. Request Alex.
Alex was very knowledgeable and was professional. He explained everything and answered all my questions. Thank you very much Alex!!!
Matt was very attentive to our electrical needs and provided superior work to satisfy our goals. He detailed the list into several price options and also suggested some really great ideas for future tasks.
Feel like I was robbed!!! Doubt ever do business with them again
They came out the same day, even earlier than they said which I appreciated, and did the job fast. They explained it to me and left me the busted switches so I could see what they actually replaced, too.
Alex and Matt were great, Alex during the assessment was great to talk with, we never felt talked down to or like we were being pushed to a higher price package for anything. They redid all the devices in our home, grounded everything and just generally made my house safer and a better place to live in. They were quick, efficient and let me know what was going on at all the stages.
Very professional, prompt and easy to work with. Job was handled in one day and I would definitely use them again. Tech Alex was A++
Came in, determined problem, gave price, fixed problem, offered advice.
The electrician showed up in a timely fashion and wired a box for a fan we want to install when our deck ceiling is completed. He did a nice neat job and was at the house just a short time.
Mr. Weber was efficient and knowledgeable, he was able to give me several options and prices and immediately went to work after a choice was made.
The technician was very helpful and knowledgeable and was very helpful.
I removed and replaced 4–0 SEU cable from meter can going into the electrical panel I installed two ground rods outside 6 feet apart then ran a number for ground from one to the other into the main electrical panel then ran a ground wire from the main electrical panel to the water shut off valve I then bonded to home at the water heater I separated grounds in neutrals so they are up to code install two ground bars and add-a-lug For oversized neutral I also removed and replaced the main breaker in the 200 amp electrical panel #review
Mount and wire car charger Install 60 amp line dedicated for the car charger
Reason for today’s visit was to check the main service cable. On arrival I walked around the outside of the house and found that what looked like heavy up had been completed. There was a new 4/0 Service cable temporary together with the old one at the old original meter Ken. Customer informed me that she had the work done some years ago and was unaware that anything was supposed to be completed from there. We went inside and I found a 200 amp main breaker Cutler hammer BR series installed. There was an inspection sticker dating from 2015 saying it passed inspection. I did however find a few minor issues in the panel that need to be corrected before an inspection can be completed. We will need to replace the top left breaker which is of the wrong brand as well as install a second one underneath of it to fill a blank space and to separate a double tapped breaker. We will also need to install main log covers on the main breaker as well as install a Romax connector in the bottom of the pan
We have delivered pricing regarding the lighting and surge protection.
We have repaired the power loss to the light fixture in the front bedroom. We discovered that the original wiring had been severed and an attempt, obviously by not a real electrician, to repair the wire had been made. I located a junction box that had its side blown out and wires in box were not spliced, tucked only under the wire nuts. This resulted in a lost neutral wire at the fixture. We recommend that arc fault breakers now be installed in the panel as this was another damaged wire we discovered in the attic caused by the attic carpentry work.
We have replaced the existing 3way switch at the foyer switch bank. In addition we have repaired the wiring issue resulting in the power loss.
We have repaired the power loss in the dining room. In addition we replaced the broken switch in the basement. #review
We have installed the new customer supplied exterior fixture in front of home. #review
I ran a dedicated circuit into the basement that is attached to a 20 amp arc fault breaker I ran a dedicated circuit for the microwave in the kitchen upstairs that’s attached to a 20 amp arc fault breaker Around a dedicated circuit for a receptacle on the kitchen countertop that’s attached to a 20 amp GFCI arc fault breaker I remove all three bathroom fans in the home and the two bathroom fans upstairs were vented but capped off so that it appeared that they were venting through the roof when they were not so after I replaced the two bathroom fans upstairs in the master bedroom bathroom and in the hallway bathroom I vented them through the side of the home Updated the electrical panel and installed 4/0 SCU cable from the overhead down to the meter can Then from the meter cane into a new 200 amp main breaker electrical panel We removed and replaced 100 amp breaker panel with a 200 amp Square D qo main breaker panel We removed and installed new standard breakers Updated the grounding
i removed the 30 amp receptacle for the dryer then relocated the circuit and installed a 2 gang new work box and installed a new 30 amp receptacle and a new dryer cord I removed the receptacle by the washer and installed a gfci I removed all the devices in the home and installed new switches and new tamper resistant receptacles and new gfcis where they are needed I spliced all the appropriate wires together and pig tailed off the splice then wrapped the wire around the screw of the device and clamped it then tightened the screw. This ensures the best and safest possible connection throughout the circuit I also installed 2 10 year lithium battery hardwired smoke detectors I also installed 210 year lithium battery hardwired smoke detectors Will return Monday January 16th to complete the work #review January 16th. I re deviced the living room the same as we did the previous visit. I also installed a extension weather proof box by the back door outside for a new weather resistant gfc
Reason for today’s visit what’s the troubleshoot tripping breaker in the office located on the second floor of the home. While going through looking at equipment we found customer has a printer that draws roughly 11 A and a 1500 W spacier as well as a computer or TV a light all in one room. The bedroom next to the office is also on the same circuit. Remedy for issue is to run a dedicated circuit off to split the equipment. Customer stated he was not interested in having the circuit ran. To run new circuit we would need to cut holes from the basement garage where the panel is located up through the first floor and into the second-floor office. Customer was not interested in “he stated that he would no longer use the space heater and was going to try to find a printer that didn’t draw as much power.
Diagnosis smoke alarms chirping <br>
We removed and replaced a light fixture in front of home with customer supplied light. Also removed and replaced light bulbs to a security light over driveway in home
We have replaced the damaged receptacle in the 2nd floor landing area that was affecting the bathroom lighting. We recommend that the remaining devices be replaced.
We have restored power to the sun room and dining areas. In addition we have replaced 3 interior receptacles and one exterior gfci. Lastly we have replaced 2switches in the dining room.