Haas and Sons Electric have truly been amazing! Quality, professional service to solving my home electrical needs. Of particular, Nick Thomas is a knowledgeable professional that is friendly and respectful. He provided different options for solutions and wasn't pushy trying to get us to buy something not needed, but was honest explaining to us. I have had Nick's help a couple of times, and he will continue to be my go to. Haas and Sons Electric are trustworthy professionals that know what there are doing. Don't waste time and money with any other company.. Truly 5 star service!
Reason for todays visit was to check out a tripping GFCI next to the panel. Upon inspection I found that all the external receptacles as well as the garage freezer receptacle and the utility room receptacle were all protected by the GFI next to the panel. I also found that the radon fan was plugged into the GFI as well. I then took apart all the receptacles outside and found them all to be rusted and corroded. My recommendations included replacing all the exterior receptacles with new weather resistant devices as well as adding a dedicated circuit for the radon fan. My second solution was to install weather resistant GFI‘s in all the external receptacle locations as well as the freezer receptacle and the utility room receptacle. The customer chose the second solution, dissolution made it so that none of the receptacles tripping would interfere with the others. All required receptacles on the circuit are GFI protected and working individually. I also added a dedicated circuit next to th
This estimate includes the repair of the existing basement circuit. We have located buried junction box, repaired damaged wiring and restored power. Junction was located to the right of basement sliding door in bulkhead. Breaker #5 in the left panel.
Customer was experiencing a breaker that kept tripping. I traced it to the attic where I located the issue. The attic fan motor was causing a dead short. Due to the age of the fan and the newly installed roof we decided a new install for a attic fan was the best option. After running a new switch leg from a emergency cut off switch in the attic I went on the roof and cut my hole for the new attic fan I installed the fan and secured it to the roof apply screws and roofing tar. Then went into the attic again and attached my new switch leg to the fan and then turned the new switch on to test the fan. It works and then I set it to 105 degrees Customer has a 6 month warranty on all work preformed
Installed replacement GFCI in hall bath. Old GFCI was no longer working.
A power surge caused ceiling fan lights to flicker. Repair ceiling fan light.