Haas & Sons provides electrical services that includes electrical repair and installations for Hanover, MD residents and businesses—from lighting fixtures to ceiling fan installation to breaker box replacement and surge protection.
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Kevin - Hanover, MD
I was having electrical issues throughout the house and called in to schedule an estimate. Nick came out next day, laid out multiple options for me, and was able to go to work same day. I got a heavy up, needed grounding, new panel, new meter, etc and Nick knocked it out a day later. He took great care in putting in the new panel and could tell he takes pride in doing it right. It looks awesome now and of course working great. The owner takes your calls as well to help diagnose and plan, they’ve got a great email/text notification system, and very timely appointments. Definitely recommend.
Great service and pricing options
Chris - Hanover, MD
Great overall experience with Alex. Very skillful and customer service oriented.
Prompt & reliable
Debra - Hanover, MD
Michael called ahead &was professional. Found the faulty outlet & took the time to explain my options.
We will be installing new customer supplied wafer recessed lights throughout home. We will install 4 in the living room, 3 in the kitchen, and 6 in the master bedroom. Customer will also be suppling new dimmer switches. We will be returning on Wednesday of next week to complete work. 9/1/21 Returned today and installed new customer supplied wafer recessed lights in home. I installed 3 in the kitchen, 4 in the living room and 6 in the master bedroom. We tied all 3 sets of lights into existing switches.
Box for light fixture in breakfast area broke and needed to be replaced. Removed old box and installed a new one and re installed light. Also looked at fan in the living room. The lights are not working most likely due to the bulbs being too high of wattage and over heating.
Installed 2 20 amp dedicated circuits in garage for mining equipment and future a/c. Best option is to have each rig on its own circuit so if something happens and power is lost the others would still function. Also recommend installing a whole home surge protector to protect sensitive equipment from electrical surges.
Exterior outlets stopped working when contractors were using them out back and out front. I found that the GFCI outlet in the basement under the stairs was tripped. We found that the front outlet was the cause of the GFCI outlet tripping. We removed outlet and re-sealed siding block, then we installed a new weatherproof outlet and in-use cover. Outlets are now working.
Installed a disconnect outside of pool house for new pool heater and ran 12-2 UF inside pipe to heater. Also ran a #8awg bare copper ground to heater. Not able to power on heater at time of install.