Nick arrived on time, masked, and promptly put on shoe coverings before walking through our home to access the electrical panel. He took the time to explain how he would diagnose the problem and patiently answered our many inquiries without making us feel inadequate for asking so many questions. When he diagnosed the problem, we were pleasantly surprised when he told us the problem was a far less expensive issue than we had anticipated. We anticipated thousands of dollars in upgrades and he explained the issue was likely a far simpler, less expensive one. When he completed his work, he vacuumed up the dust and wiped down the floor and wall. The price was as quoted with no unwelcome surprises. It was a refreshing experience and a big change from some of the other companies we had worked with. If you want courteous, honest and excellent service, then Haas & Sons are the electricians for you!
Nike was great!! He differently knows his job well!! I give a A++ and I will be requesting for him on future projects for my house. NIKE YOUR AWESOME!!! THANK YOU FOR A JOB WELL DONE!!!
I removed and replaced three customer supplied ceiling fans one in the dining room one in the downstairs bedroom and one in the upstairs bedroom<br> #review
I removed and replaced a bathroom light switch in the master bathroom that was burnt and I installed a whole home surge protector in the main electrical panel in the basement 1 year warranty
We have installed a new electrical box and keyless light fixture in the laundry area. In addition we have installed a new customer supplied chandelier in the dining room.
Customer lost power to the living room receptacles as well as the basement lighting circuit. We found that both breakers feeding those circuits were tripping off. After further investigation we found that the 3-way at the top of the basement stairs was shorting out the circuit when any of the 3 switches were turned on. We also found that the metal connector in the receptacle box in the left corner of the living was cutting into the hot wire causing the breaker to trip. While checking the wiring in lights and devices we found that the insulation around the wires are falling to pieces leaving exposed conductors. Recommend re-wiring of branch circuits to prevent further issues. We replaced the broken 3-way switch at the top of the stairs and taped up the bare wires as good as possible. We replaced the damaged receptacle in the living room exterior wall to the left of the window and taped up the wires as good as possible.
Customer had issues with the GFCI for the pond equipment tripping. We found that the box was allowing water inside and causing it to trip every time it water gets on the box. We removed the box and the old wooden post and installed a new permanent post with 2 new weather resistant GFCI devices and 2 new in-use covers. Once installed we tested outlets and pond pump and everything works as it should.
WO-TNFR81241 We have replaced the existing damaged switch controlling the dining room chandelier. Original call was damaged switch, light not turning off.
WO-TNFR79013 We have restored power to the pool house GFCI. Receptacle was tripping when switch on the right was engaged. We have removed damaged wire from switch.
Replaced broken recess lights in basement.(EC6A) Replaced outlet box sticking out of wall.(EG1A)
We have replaced and repaired several receptacles in the bedrooms upstairs, new devices are white. In addition we have corrected the polarity in the GFCI in the master bathroom. Lastly we have properly bonded cold water pipe to panel, ensuring the wire is secured. We have installed a connector for a wire going into panel. We have corrected the double tapped neutral wiring in the main panel.
Provided quote to install a new circuit in the basement for freezer and convince outlets. We took down the foyer light so they can have it repaired.
This estimate includes the installation of a new customer supplied ceiling fan. This estimate includes the installation of a new customer supplied bathroom heater and a new customer supplied timer switch We have installed a new customer supplied ceiling fan. Power is fed from upstairs attic light switch. In addition we have installed a new customer supplied bath heater and timer switch in the master bathroom.
Installed 4 recess wafers in basement office where there was previously 2 Flourescent fixtures. Also re wired 3 fixtures in basement to hold a 120v LED tube. Verified proper operation of completed work with customer.
This estimate includes the replacement of 2 exterior fixtures with new customer supplied fixtures. We shall return Wednesday the 27th to complete the install. We have collected 30% deposit. We have returned and replaced 2 exterior fixtures with new customer supplied fixtures.
Removed and replaced a faulty dimmer for kitchen recess lights. Rewired 2 back sconce lights to bypass motion sensor so they only operate from the switch.. Checked 4 recess fixtures that are blowing bulbs frequently. Bent the tab down so it makes better contact with bulb. recommend replacing with LED bulbs if problem persists but current dimmers are only compatible with incandescent bulbs. Also verified proper voltage and a proper connections for a bedroom oreceptacle that had blown the bulb in a lamp. Voltage was normal and connections were good. Most likely cause of problem is in the lamp. Also provided quotes for adding fans in bedrooms.
Install 2 customer provided sconce lights on front of home. Remove and replace a dimmer for porch recess Repair fault in office receptacles. Installed a new solar only post head(customer provided) Installed a new gfci in garage from existing garage circuit by door with automatic cat door. Installed a new light outside of door with cat door(customer provided) Verified proper operation of completed work.