Haas & Sons provides electrical services that includes electrical repair and installations for Ellicott City, MD residents and businesses—from lighting fixtures to ceiling fan installation to breaker box replacement and surge protection.
Yes, Haas & Sons provides professional Electric Vehicle charging station installation services in the Ellicott City area. Our highly trained technicians are up-to-date on the latest technology when it comes to working with electric vehicles and their charging stations. We can have your station installed the right way to get you on the road in no time.
The cost of an electrical repair service really depends on what the service entails. On average homeowners spend about $200 for a basic electrical repair service. However, the price can go up to over $800 for more complex repairs.
At Haas & Sons, our pricing is such that we have a service charge along with a fixed price repair cost. This ensures that your price is not affected by the time it takes for the electrician to complete the job. Also, our customers know going in what the exact price will be before any work is done. To schedule an appointment contact us today!
In Ellicott City MD, upgrading your electrical system will often run from $2000 - $5000. Any code requirements, difficulties with the installation, warranties, and special features you purchase will all affect the final cost.
It should cost around $150-$400 to have a ceiling fan installed. However, the cost can fluctuate depending on:
- The type of fan you want installed.
- If you want lights installed with your ceiling fan.
- If you want dimming options with your ceiling fan.
Another thing that can affect the price is whether or not you have a light or a ceiling fan in the location that you plan to have the new ceiling fan installed. To get a ceiling fan installed in your home, call us today.
No, you do not need an electrician to change an outlet for you. However, you may want to have an electrician do it if you are not comfortable working with electricity or if you lack the tools and knowledge. Changing an outlet can be a fairly simple project if you are familiar with electrical work, but can still pose a safety risk if you do not know how to work with electricity. To find out more about getting your outlet replaced, contact us today.
To fix an electrical circuit, you will first need to determine if the issue with the circuit is due to an issue with the wiring or the circuit within your home’s electrical panel. In some cases, you may need to replace the wiring or the circuit itself. Diagnosing and fixing an electrical circuit requires specific tools and electrical knowledge and may be difficult for a typical homeowner to diagnose on their own. If you have a broken electric circuit, but lack the knowledge to repair it, you should have an electrician repair it for you. To get your electric circuit repaired, give us a call today.
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 Ellicott City, MD below.
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Tate - Ellicott City, MD
Mike was outstanding, and Haas and Sons' overall process is also excellent. The appointment was easy to arrange, I received a reminder and Mike called on his way to let me know he was coming. The best part of the experience, however, was Mike. He was not only professional and knowledgeable, but he communicated well. Part of the project ended up requiring some troubleshooting and I felt informed throughout. I tend to tackle many projects myself, but I was very happy I chose to hire someone and felt fortunate to have had Mike do the work. I will definitely recommend Haas and Sons to others.
Great service, price not very good
Michael - Ellicott City, MD
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DarleneCochrane - Ellicott City, MD
I trust the work completed and know the work was done with the utmost competence. Thank you for giving me faith in your work.
John - Ellicott City, MD
Good person and good know how.
Jerry - Ellicott City, MD
Attentive & Experienced
Todd - Ellicott City, MD
Nick was attentive and patient as I walked him through the basics of some of our existing circuitry. He was able to recommend common sense solutions to our issues so that we could improve the safety and performance of our electrical service. He also wasn’t pushy with his recommendations and clearly was looking to help us make value-based choices.
Very competent and nice
Tom - Ellicott City, MD
Michael came promptly, as scheduled, fixed a couple of minor issues, and identified a more serious set of breaker box issues, which he fixed. He was really clear in his explanations, efficient and cleaned up afterwards. First rate.
Remove and replace stairwell light fixture(high ceiling) and remove and replace kitchen fluorescent fixture. Recommend installing whole home surge protection. Sent estimates for that and installing 2 receptacles.
I ran a new doorbell wire from the doorbell outside by front door through the wall downstairs in the basement to the transformer. I installed a new door chime and a new transformer. I tested all the equipment and showed the customer and everything works. Itâ€™s a 6 month warranty on the line from transformer to the doorbell. The transformer. And the door chime
Customer has a power loss in kitchen outlets due to a loose neutral in the dining room plug. Multiple outlets have loose connections. Replaced 2 outlets in dining room that are on the small appliance circuit with the refrigerator. Also installed a customer provided gfci that was out of the wall.
We have relocated the existing dining room light to center of table. In addition we have identified fault on basement circuit, sump pump motor needs to be replaced. Also, basement circuit now has proper wire terminations along receptacles which we did troubleshooting on.
Replaced timer at front door that controls the front lights with a new digital timer. I set the on time for 7:00 P.M and to turn off at 6:00 A.M ( requested by customer on site). I left instructions to change times on the railing of the stairs. Leaving quote to run a new line from the switch at the back door to the ceiling fan on the back sunroom. The existing wire was hit and keeps tripping the breaker. I disconnected the broken wire so the other lights and outlets would work. The existing fan will not work without the matching remote to control it. Customer is going to purchase a new fan and have us install it at the time of running the new wire to it. We will be running wire mold up the siding next to the back door and over to the fan so that customer does not have to repair drywall.