Haas & Sons provides electrical services that includes electrical repair and installations for Crofton, MD residents and businesses—from lighting fixtures to ceiling fan installation to breaker box replacement and surge protection.
Call us now at: (443) 396-2555 and see why your neighbors rely on us to deliver local electrical services at great value for a fair price in Crofton, MD below.
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Job well done
Vicky - Crofton, MD
Chris Gress - Crofton, MD
Tech did a great job - very thorough and professional. Would highly recommend.
Great service, friendly, professional
Josh - Crofton, MD
Super pleased. He did a great job and explained exactly what he was doing and recommended doing
Excellent & quick!
L - Crofton, MD
Nick did an incredible job installing a SimpliSafe doorbell & GFCI outlet. Couldn’t have asked for better service. Highly recommend this company to all!
Friendly quick service
James - Crofton, MD
Nick, was quick, informative and friendly. Also, very polite to kids.
Authur - Crofton, MD
Alex worked hard and fast to fix the multiple electrical problems in my currently 110 degree attic.
Great electrician and company.
Thomas - Crofton, MD
Thorough and complete work from nick everytime he's worked on our house. I've been happy with their work everytime
Removed older original cook top and installed new customer supplied one in its place. Unit was the same size. I repaired wiring in junction box under cooktop and connected new wire from cooktop properly. I tested unit out once installed and it was working properly.
We have installed a new customer supplied ceiling fan in the daughters bedroom.
Installed a new outlet by the back sliding door for pool equipment. Itâ€™s a weather resistant tamper resistant GFCI with a in use bubble cover. I siliconed around the box to protect from water damage Itâ€™s on a 20 amp circuit
I removed a over fused 50 amp breaker and installed a 40 amp breaker in its place. Also removed a over sized 40 amp breaker and installed a new 2 pole 30 amp breaker I also removed all double tapped neutrals and separated them under different screws on the ground bar Due to the age of the panel and style I would recommend a new electrical panel in the near future but as for now this panel is fused properly Also put nolox on wires attaching to breakers to avoid over heating
Removed receptacles in bathrooms and made them all GFCI through the line side Replaced outlets outside with weather resistant GFCIs and installed in use bubble covers and siliconed around the box Removed switches in up stairs bathroom respliced the boxes and hooked and clamped new switches Installed new light fixture in bathroom Replaced switches for stairway and installed new light fixture in uspstairs hallway Replaced gfci under the electrical panel in utility room