Quickly diagnosed, explain the problem and remedied. No actual repair was required, so only paid the flat fee for the service call. Thank you!
From beginning to end the process and experience was excellent!
Great work, great service
I’ve honestly never had a better experience hiring an electrician/electric company. Nick is easily the best electrician I’ve ever met. He’s super nice and professional at all times, and he really knows what he’s doing. He really works with you to make sure your satisfied with everything. I was able to schedule both the quote and the job very quickly, and both Nick and the company stayed in touch throughout the process and were easy to get ahold of. Haas & Sons is hands down the best electric company around. I will never hire anyone else for electrical work again. Highly recommended!
We have delivered pricing regarding the EV charger installation.
I removed and replaced a customer supplied fan on front porch of home When i removed the existing fan i took the universal remote and transmitter and then installed it in the new pull chain fan for customer #review
Light and switch in back area is working, only service charge. Call canceled.
We will run 2 new dedicated 20 amp 3 wire circuits over for 2 new wall ovens. We will remove the existing circuit that feeds the existing 50 amp wall oven because it is missing a isolated neutral.
I disconnected a hot tub outside and then installed a weatherproof knockout seal on the side of the disconnect then cut the whip that went from the disconnect to the hot tub as close to the hot tub as possible so the people who are coming to pick it up and throw it away will see that it is clearly not energized
Customer called us out to complete a second stage of electrical work. We installed a new customer supplied hood fan in the kitchen and attached new venting to the existing through the roof vent. We installed a new receptacle above the fan on the wall for the fan to plug into. We removed the hanging receptacle above the sink location and installed a junction box in the ceiling and installed a blank plate. We removed the old gas stove plug and pulled the wire into the basement and installed a junction box and put a blank plate on that as well. We installed a new push button for the doorbell and it now works properly. I tested power to the post light and it has proper power.
I ran coax cable to two locations in the house from the basement I ran through the unfinished part of the basement into the finish part upstairs to the living room for one cable and installed a plate and a 6 foot coax cable cord so the customer can hook up the TV I did the same thing from the basement to the upstairs master bedroom as well
-Remove the 3 existing lights in the living room and blank off existing boxes. -Install 6 recess lights in the living room area with a new dimmer switch. -Remove the old dining room chandelier and remove the existing box and wires. -Install 2 new recess lights in the dining room area. -Remove the 2 existing lights in the kitchen and blank and remove the old boxes. -Install 4 new recess lights in the kitchen. -Replace the 2 existing recess cans in the basement with new wafer style recess lights. -Install 4 new recess lights in the basement main area. -Install new smoke detectors throughout the home(bedrooms and main hallways). -Install new Panasonic whisper exhaust fan in the master bedroom bathroom upstairs with venting. -Cut single switch in the master bathroom into a 2 gang switch box to accommodate for new exhaust fan. -Swap around the switches in the 2 hallway bathrooms so that the light is the first switch you can on. -Add a light fixture in the middle of the basement bedroom tie
Customer had a damaged dimmer switch controlling outside wafer recess lights another Electrician installed and the lights were not dimming due to a damaged switch. After taking the switch out I discovered one of the screws to the switch must have hit the metal old work box and it fried the dimmer. I replaced the dimmer switch and re did the splices in the box as I found the neutrals weren’t spliced properly. Then I tapped around the dimmer switch so the screws on the device would not come in contact with the box I also discovered customer had a few neutrals in the electrical panel that were doubled tapped and I split them apart and landed all the neutrals on their one screws in the grounding bar
Service charge WO-TNFR76461 We have installed 2 new customer supplied exterior fixtures.
I removed and replaced two outside outlets that were rusted and installed two weather resistant GFCIs with in use bubble covers I removed the gfci breaker it was on and installed a standard cutler hammer breaker I removed a damaged receptacle on kitchen counter top and installed a gfci I removed a hazardous receptacle downstairs and replaced it with a new receptacle and a spacer inside the box to make it not fall back in the drywall I removed a standard switch downstairs and installed a dimmer switch
Replaced broken pull chain fixture above the furnace in the bedroom closet on the 2nd floor. We repaired broken outlet in the office on the first floor behind the desk. The kitchen wall exhaust fan has power and is working, the only issue is that the pressure switch that turns the fan on is sticking slightly when the chain is let loose to open the exhaust door. Customer is going to clean the button himself.
Customers disposal was not working. After looking at it noticed it was clogged and the switch underneath was tripped. Used an Allen key to free the clog and reset the switch and disposal came on. Customer was wondering about adding an outlet in the bedroom about 4 foot from an existing one but decided not to do it due to having to cut drywall.
We added an outlet in 1st floor bedroom so customer wouldn’t need an extension cord to plug in lamps.
Installed customer supplied motion flood lights in place of old existing ones on back of home