Can't say enough positive words about Matt M. He was timely, very knowledgeable about the job that needed to be done, took the time and patience to answer all our questions and was pleasant, polite and professional. We are very pleased with the work that he did for us. Would highly recommend him and Haas and Sons Electric, Inc. to all our friends and family.
We were having issues with our Kitchen overhead fluorescent light. Have had work performed through Haas and Sons by Mike with outstanding result sin the past, and today was no different. Mike showed up at the scheduled time, and after listening to the issue, performed an initial safety inspection and provided options. Once an option was chosen, Mike began the process of correcting the issue. The process took a little while, but was completed with outstanding results. Thanks!!
Quickly diagnosed and solved my problem. Super helpful and at a reasonable cost. My choice for any future electrical repairs.
Alex showed up quickly, discussed options and fixed the problem. I would definitely hire Haas again and request Alex!
He was early, and did a great job
Alex worked diligently to identify and fix the problem.
The technician deployed by Hans & Sons to address my electrical issue went above and beyond to narrow down the root cause. Quintessential professional…would hands down as for Michael Wendell again! He knows his craft!!!
Michael W. was outstanding. I felt so comfortable, understood and really taken care of. Michael answered all my questions and was so kind and knowledgeable. I am so happy with his service and I will definitely recommend Haas and Sons to friends and neighbors!
Haas & Sons Electric Co and their staff provide exceptional and experienced technicians and complete work that is needed in a timely manner.
We will definitely use Haas & Sons Electric Co for all of our electric needs.
3/13/23 Customer called to cancel the job. All materials have been ordered and pulled for the job. The electric wire has been cut and delivered for the job. Because the cut wire is non-returnable and exceeds the deposit amount we are unable to refund the deposit.
Replace receptacle in bedroom with loose connection with pigtail wiring to help prevent future failure in that receptacle
Install gfi in kitchen
We have provided pricing for the installation of a new service cable, main panel and subpanel. Once on site I was able to determine that the main panel is intermittently dropping power or losing a phase. Sometimes, the customer stated, it’s the entire home that goes out. Customer has already had the utility company (BGE) come out and test their equipment. Testing has determined that their equipment is safe and it’s the home’s electrical system that is failing. Faulty panels are safety concerns and we recommend that the main panel and subpanel be replaced.
Tv stand heater requires a dedicated circuit. We will run a dedicated 20amp line using 12awg wire going from the panel to the location of the heater and install a new receptacle for the heater to plug into. Circuit will be installed on a arc-fault 20amp breaker #review
We have repaired the existing kitchen light fixture. We have replaced the two ballasts and every tombstone on the fixture. Lastly we have replaced the 3way switches controlling the fixture.
Reason for todays visit was to replace an exterior receptacle that wasn’t working properly. While assessing issue we found that the kitchen GFCI to the right of the sink was controlling the rear receptacle that had the issue. The GFCI is 32 years old (original) and seams to be tripping to often. Re replaced the rear receptacle with a new weather resistant device and replaced the GFCI controlling it. We also put silicone around the cover to keep water from running inside. We also added a new GFCI next to the meter on its own 20 amp circuit. We installed a new weather resistant device and a new in-use cover to protect device. We tested all 3 devices and they are functioning properly. The GFCI’s will still trip if water gets into any cord connection plugged in these devices. There is many Christmas lights and cords laying on the ground unprotected in the yard. While in the panel we noticed that there was no surge protection present. Panel looks as though it is all original to the 1990 bu
i removed and replaced the receptacles on the home gfci circuit I replaced them all with gfcis and outside got weather resistant gfcis with in use bubble covers I spliced all the appropriate wires together and pigtail off the spices landing the wires on the line side of the GFCI what this does is it still says power throughout the circuit even if something were to trip outside due to weather or power washing the outside receptacles will not affect the inside so the customer will not have to worry about Internet going down I also removed a weather proof box that was damaged and installed a siding block in its place I demoed wires that went outside under the deck and in the pavilion in back yard due to another “electrician” running them against code causing issues in the circuit and also it was a safety issue for the home owner I ran a dedicated circuit 20 amp circuit which is arc fault protected and gfci protected from the main electrical panel to the sump pump in the basement Custo
Ran new 240 volt 60 amp circuit to garage for car charger. We fished wire down the bulk head in the basement and up to the back wall of the garage. I installed a 240 volt throw disconnect with the whip (need to return to install charge station once it comes in). 11/17 Returned today and installed customer supplied charge point car charger. Turn breaker and disconnect on and it powered right up. Customer does not have car yet so we could not test charger on car.
Replace old undersized exhaust fan with new Panasonic whisper unit.
Customer had an issue with the rear walkout light tripping the breaker when ever the switch was turned on. Upon inspection I found that the center screw from the flood light/ camera had clipped the hot wire causing the hot leg to ground out when the switch was turned on. I removed the original wooden siding block and cut in a 2 piece siding block in its place. I repaired the wire and put the light back up. Circuit is now holding and light is working.
Customers master bedroom ceiling fan stopped working so they purchased a new one. We installed the new fan in place of the old one. While on site we replaced the master bedroom and master bathrooms switches and receptacles with new customer supplied devices. We replaced a total of 7 receptacles and 5 switches. Everything is up and running.
Customer had a new deck installed on the back of the home and had a new hot tub placed on the right smaller side of the deck. We ran a new dedicated 60 amp 240 volt line from the main panel in the garage (front left corner) back to a new 60 amp GFCI disconnect and back out of the disconnect to the tub itself and wired accordingly. We ran new circuit in schedule 40 PVC around the outside of the home and underneath the deck to disconnect and to the tub. Once installed we turned power on and tested the tub. Everything is working properly.
Customer purchased a new tv and mount for his back bedroom on the 2nd floor and a new mount for an existing tv that he wanted mounted in the middle bedroom on the 2nd floor. We installed customer supplied TVs in 2 second floor bedroom. We added an outlet behind the smaller tv in the middle bedroom. The larger tv (back left bedroom)already has power behind it. The cords for the tv and the fire stick in the middle bedroom tv need right angle plugs so that the tv can tilt down. Customer is ordering new cords.
WO-TNFR79009 Installed new outlets behind the TV in the basement rec room as well as the master bedroom. Installed a new outlet in the coat closet in foyer. Power was tapped out of the outlet on the opposite side of the wall. Moved the dinette chandelier over roughly 16â€ so that it was centered over the table and in line with the foyer chandelier.