Haas & Sons provides electrical services that includes electrical repair and installations for Glen Burnie, MD residents and businesses—from lighting fixtures to ceiling fan installation to breaker box replacement and surge protection.
The average cost to install an electric vehicle charging station in your Glen Burnie, MD home is $750-$4,000. The overall price can vary depending on the following factors:
For most homeowners, you have the choice between a level 1 or level 2 car charging station. Level 3 vehicle charging stations are specifically designed for commercial use. Commercial properties have the option between a level 1, 2 or 3. To learn more about having a vehicle charging station installed at your home, contact us.
A few reasons to get an electrical safety inspection for you Glen Burnie, MD home include:
If you notice any of the issues listed above, you should have an electrician perform an electrical safety inspection of your home to ensure the safety of your home. Call Haas & Sons Electric to have one of our expert electricians inspect your home.
Here are some ways to manually reset a GFCI that won't reset in Glen Burnie, MD:
- Press the test button and then try pressing the reset button again.
- If your GFCI tripped because of moisture or water, dry the outlet with a blow dryer and then press reset.
- Check your circuit box to see if the connected circuit was tripped, if it has, turn it on and press reset again.
- If you have a circuit tester, hold the test button until you get a reading (be careful not to hold it too long, as you can risk overheating the system). If there is an electrical current, press the reset button.
If none of these solutions worked or you were unable to get a reading of an electrical current, your GFCI outlet should be repaired by an electrician. Give us a call today to learn more about our repair services.
It costs around $1,800-$2,500 to install an electrical box in Glen Burnie, MD. A few things that may impact the overall cost are:
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 Glen Burnie, MD below.
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John - Glen Burnie, MD
The technician was very helpful and knowledgeable and was very helpful.
Nathan - Glen Burnie, MD
Electrician was professional, courteous, efficient, and kept me informed at all times.
Heather - Glen Burnie, MD
Had a ceiling fan installed. Showed up in the early portion of our appointment window, completed work quickly and cleanly. Also didn’t mind my cat pestering him and laying on his tool bag 🙂
Great service and price!
Covington - Glen Burnie, MD
We had a great experience with Haas & Sons electric inc. The technician Mike was very knowledgeable and also solved our problem very quickly! We are very satisfied with the work he has completed!
Sarah - Glen Burnie, MD
I had a great experience with Haas & Sons. Mike came on time, assessed the problem, and quickly got to work addressing it. I highly recommend!!
Open Neutral troubleshooting and repair
Ray - Glen Burnie, MD
I have only basic elect. knowledge and really struggled trying to find an open neutral on a kitchen circuit. All receptacles were wired correctly but the problem persisted. Haas was called in and the tech was able to trace the problem to a faulty receptacle in the dining room. It had melted and was affecting the kitchen due to questionable wire run. Everything was fixed, wires reset and all debris cleaned up. Great experience. I have used Haas previously and will again when needed.
Happy with Haas and Sons
Stephen - Glen Burnie, MD
Haas and Sons came recommended and didn't disappoint. Scheduling was easy. Good communication. Showed up on time. Got all my needs met. Michael was very professional and easy to work with. Thanks for helping us out
Eloise - Glen Burnie, MD
The entire experience took less than an hour and was nothing short of exceptional professional service.
Removed and replaced a flood motion light company supplied 6 month warranty
Installed new customer supplied Panasonic exhaust fan in the 2nd floor hallway bathroom as well as a 6inch customer supplied LED wafer light over the shower. We converted the existing single pole switch into a 3-gang switch so that both lights and exhaust fan could be turned on and off separately. We then installed customer supplied 6inch venting from the new exhaust fan out to the new vent out that we installed on the right side of the home above the addition. We also ran new wiring in attic to feed a new pull chain fixture and added a switch to control the existing gable mounted attic fan. We also installed a new customer supplied thermostat on the attic fan to automatically control the fan when the temperature rises.
Removed and replaced a chandelier in dinning room and a switch with alumiconns Customer has been advised on a whole home re device with allumiconns
Customer is having issues with the exterior outlets tripping the GFCI outlet in the garage. I removed all the exterior outlets and installed new weather resistant devices and new in-use (weatherproof) covers. I then put silicone around the joints to the boxes to give an extra layer of protection from the weather.
The fan control in master bedroom is starting to go up. When changing to the top speed it Makes a slight crackling sound. We recommend replacing to avoid complete future poWer loss to the fan. Customer lost power to rear outlet and shed. I replaced front outlet and installed a new in-use (weatherproof) cover and power was fully restored to rear outlet and shed. The old front outlet had rusted out and the wires were no longer making contact.
We have replaced the existing 2 prong receptacles in the upstairs with new GFCI receptacles. Labeled â€œno equipment groundâ€. In addition we have repaired the ceiling fan in the downstairs bedroom. Lastly we have repaired the stove receptacle and have installed tamper resistant receptacles along the rear exterior wall.
Removed and replaced pantry light switch
Replaced burnt up GFCI’s on exterior of home.