Haas & Sons provides electrical services that includes electrical repair and installations for Crownsville, MD residents and businesses—from lighting fixtures to ceiling fan installation to breaker box replacement and surge protection.
You should upgrade your electrical panel in Crownsville, MD when:
- It is over 30 years old.
- You get a large appliance, such as a hot tub.
- Your electrical panel is showing signs of rust or corrosion.
It costs around $750-$4,000 to install an EV charger in your Crownsville, MD home. The overall cost will be determined by the level of electric vehicle charger you select, as well as the current circuitry in your home. Generally, home garages are not set up with a circuit powerful enough to handle an EV charger.
Call Haas & Sons Electric to learn more about getting an EV charger installed in your home.
No, you do not need an electrician to install recessed lighting in your Crownsville, MD home. However, if you do not have the correct tools are not comfortable with electricity or you lack electrical knowledge, we recommend that you have a professional electrician install recessed lighting for your home. To have recessed lighting installed in your home, give us a call today!
It costs about $130 per fixture to have an electrician install can lights in Crownsville, MD. The price will fluctuate based on:
- The type of trim you want.
- The type of bulb (LED, etc.).
- The amount of can lights you want installed.
On average, having six recessed lights installed costs around $2,200. One way to cut down on future costs is to opt for LED bulbs, as they need to be replaced less often and they can save you money on energy bills. Call us today to have can lights installed in your home.
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 Crownsville, MD below.
for Crownsville, MD
Attic fans and light switch
Beryl - Crownsville, MD
Service was great. Electrician and help was excellent
Customer lost power to the kitchen lights and heard noise coming from switch to dinette light. I found that both dimmers (kitchen lights, dinette chandelier) are burnt up/burning up due to high wattage from the lights. We replaced the dimmers and highly recommend installing LED lamps in chandeliers to avoid amp issue from happening again. I showed customer what and where to purchase new LED lamps. We also replaced the 2 older style touch style dimmers in the dinning room. Customer has Decor style devices throughout home.
Installing smoke detectors
Installing plug in wall sconces in master bedroom. Installing dimmer switch on kitchen pendant lights.
Looking at replacing old style flood lights with new motion sending flood lights with LED lamps. These lights will act as security lighting by turning on as soon as someone walks past. The led lamps will last much longer then standard bulbs.