Micheal is the best! Very nice communicate everything that needs to be fixed, and how it will get done.
Excellent, prompt, meticulous, thorough, great analytical ability, found the problem (not easy) and amazingly was able to fix it. Thank you, Nick and Chris!
Mike and Chris were so helpful figuring out everything that I needed for a swim spa install. Five stars!
We had a master bedroom ceiling fan/light combo replaced and our electrician Michael was fantastic! He was friendly, polite, knowledgeable and efficient. We will definitely use this company again.
Efficient and at a good price
I have used this company multiple times because of there efficiency and reasonable cost.
This estimate includes the installation of a new feed wire to power the gate and post lighting in the front yard. We shall install new wiring in conduit, this new wiring shall be GFCI protected. We have determined that the post and gate lights need to be re-fed with a new wire, as we are unable to locate fault/break in existing wire. We shall return the 6/27/22 to complete work. We have installed a new wire from the house to the gate, creating a new feed. Original wire/feed was destroyed when a sprinkler line was installed. Our new wire has been installed in a conduit body.
WO-TNFR79281d Customer lost power to the 2 front outlets located under the front wooden banister and pillar next to the carport. I found that the GFCI under the banister had gone bad which didnâ€™t allow power to the other outlet. I replaced the GFCI and installed a new in-use cover and they both power back up. I also replaced the motion switch in the laundry room with a standard decor style switch. Light now turns on and off as it should. While on site i found that the 2 flood lights on the side of the home need bulb replacements (customer is taking care of bulbs).
Customers attic fan was not turning on. Replaced bad thermostat for existing attic fan. Installed new service switch for existing attic fan. Installed new attic fan in second attic section. Installed new service switch in for new attic fan.
Customer was having issue with Dryer breaker tripping constantly. I found loose connection on the breaker feeding the dryer circuit. I also found that there was several different brands of breakers in the BR series panel. We replaced all the mismatched breakers with the proper Cutler hammer BR series breakers.
Fished in new low voltage line to front of home and to doorbell chime to the top right of the front door. We ran low volt lines down to a transformer in the basement unfinished ceiling underneath the front door. Customer supplied doorbell, chime and transformer.
Top floor is original devices and connections are going bad. All devices were replaced and a GFCI breaker was installed on circuit due to there being no ground wire in circuit. Circuit has 7 receptacles, 4 switches and 1 dimmer. There is also an additional receptacle in dining room that needs to be replaced. Fan in master bed has power but the remote kit is no longer working and due to the style of receiver the fan has to be replaced. Verified proper operation of all completed work.
This estimate includes the replacement of the tandem breaker. The two bottom breakers were worn and cracked. We have replaced the bottom 2 breakers in the panel. Power has been restored.
Customers phone line in the kitchen stopped working. We found a buried junction box in the wall behind the cabinets. We ran a new line from the kitchen phone out to the verizon box on the back of the home. Line is now working again.
Customer had a issue with front receptacle on exterior of home not working. Seal had gone bad and receptacle was badly rusted. Replaced both the front and back receptacle and installed new in use covers. Also replaced the gfci in the basement controlling receptacles.
When cabinet was being installed a screw went through the multi-feed wire that fed the dishwasher and the disposal. I pulled the wire down to the basement underneath the kitchen and set a junction box in the unfinished ceiling. I ran a new 3-wire jumper up to a quad outlet that i set underneath the sink so that the dishwasher and the disposal could be plugged in (customer supplied GFCIâ€™s. I installed customer supplied dishwasher appliance cord on the existing dishwasher. GFCIâ€™s are up and running and ready for appliances.
This estimate includes the installation of a new GFCI in the first floor bathroom. We have installed the new GFCI in the bathroom to power the new toilet.
Customers called in Friday morning because of water running out of the bottom of the main breaker box in the basement utility room. When i arrived on site I found a puddle underneath panel as well as water inside the bottom of the panel and running inside the main breaker as well as the branch circuit breakers. I found that the water issue was coming from the weather head on top of the meter can. When the meter was installed the original installer used a rubber fitting that was too big and didnâ€™t tighten around the wire securely. After heavy rains this season the water found its way into the meter can and ran inside the wire running to the main panel in the basement. I removed the main panel and all the breakers as well as the service entrance cable and the meter can. The wire was corroded on the inside as well as around the terminations in the meter socket. I installed a new 200 amp main breaker QO series panel with all new matching breakers. I installed a new service entrance cabl
The following quote is for the following work. -remove and replace bath fan in basement -install timer for bath fan in basement -basement lights(replace 3 ballasts and 5 bulbs) -replace battery in alarm system(customer provided) -replace faulty switch for garage exterior light -replace 3 bulbs in exterior fixtures Returned and installed all ballasts and bulbs except for one fixture which is missing the mounting hardware for the fixture. Homeowner was unable to locate part.
Removed all 2 prong outlets and outdated switches and replaced with new devices. Locations are as follows. -all bedrooms excluding master bed -switch at top of steps -all living room plugs and dated switches -the side bump out room plugs -2 kitchen gfcis -broken 3 way at back door -broken timer for front exterior light -basement rec room -switch at top of basement steps for furnace -sump pump audible gfci -washer gfci -new dryer receptacle Also removed 3 smoke detectors (one on each level) and replaced with a carbon/smoke combo detector. Installed a new pull chain fixture above panel. Installed 2 pole breakers on shared neutral circuits., bonded hot and cold water pipes at water heater. Still need to return to install a breaker on bedroom circuits. Will call to schedule once breaker is received.
We have installed a dedicated 240V circuit for hot tub.