Haas & Sons provides electrical services that includes electrical repair and installations for Laurel, MD residents and businesses—from lighting fixtures to ceiling fan installation to breaker box replacement and surge protection.
Some questions you should ask an electrician you plan to have work on your home include:
The response to the first three questions should always be yes. In regards to the last question, it is typically more advantageous to hire an experienced and licensed electrician for a more expensive hourly rate, rather than get a cheaper rate from an electrician who is potentially unlicensed or uninsured. Contact us today to learn more!
For the most part, you can install a GFCI outlet anywhere. Although, if you plan on connecting a fridge or freezer to an outlet, you should not install a GFCI at that outlet, as you may not be able to notice if it has tripped.
The primary places you are required to place a GFCI outlet include: kitchens, bathrooms, garages, basements and laundry rooms. To find out more about GFCI outlets and where you should place them, call us today!
It is highly recommended that you get an electrician to install light fixtures in your Laurel, MD home. If you lack the electrical knowledge or don't own the correct tools, you should definitely get an electrician to perform the installation to ensure that you do not get injured in the process of trying to install your own light fixtures.
A benefit to having an electrician install your light fixtures, is that the installation typically has a warranty associated with it in the case that anything stops working. To get light fixtures installed in your home, 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 Laurel, MD below.
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Michael - Laurel, MD
Haas did an amazing job supporting an electrical punch list that we've had since moving into the house. They came a total of 3 times and made the process easy.
TalyaSimpson - Laurel, MD
Had some confusion - and Alex got us squared away
Steve - Laurel, MD
We just swapped all of our light bulbs from CFL to LED....and this caused a few fixtures to not work as well. Alex came out and got them working. While he was here, he identified a problem with the light switches and how it was affecting the new LED in the recessed lighting fixture ('pulsing' for lack of a better word). Alex replaced several switches and no more pulsing. Polite, professional and reasonably priced.
Ring flood light installation - Fantastic service.
Michael L - Laurel, MD
Very professional installation by Nick. I will definitely use Hass (Nick) again for any electrical work,
Barbara - Laurel, MD
Mike was friendly and very helpful. I am very satisfied!
Fast and knowledgable
Nick - Laurel, MD
Installed an EV charger in about an hour. Described the process, worked with me to pick the location, and answered all my questions. Very helpful.
Ed - Laurel, MD
Work was well done. Very professional service. There were some issues with the inspector where some work had to be redone, but it was minor and Haas and Sons assisted in a professional manner through the entire process of inspection/reinspection. I would recommend them for any electrical work.
Sharon - Laurel, MD
Very good service! Was scheduled within a day....didn't have to wait weeks for an appointment. Michael came out to the house exactly twenty minutes from the time he called. Put together my new hanging light/chandelier for a 13 ft ceiling and was finished with the project in about an hour. The light looks great and i am very pleased. Michael was very pleasant and courteous. Definitely would use their service again.
-Install 6, 4 inch recess wafers in carport room -Remove and replace 2 customer provided ceiling fans -Wire the 2 fans together on the same switch -Make fans and recess switched from both kitchen and walkout door using smart switches -Remove and replace receptacles and switches in master bed using customer provided devices. -Install 2 new outdoor receptacles, 1 in front and 1 in back -install 2 new flood lights in new locations including adding switches. 1 in front top left corner and 1 on side of home pointed at driveway. -also installed 4 customer provided exterior lights, 1 outback and 2 on front of home and the last is the post head.
I ran a new 20 amp circuit from the electrical panel on one side of the house in the basement to the other side of the house and into the garage. Then I installed multiple single gang new work boxes for receptacles and a switch. Then ran my wire throughout the garage. The first box I installed a gfci and line and loaded it so the rest of the circuit was protected by it. I also installed a switch by the door to get into the house and from there I ran a switch leg to the receptacle on the right side of the work bench. This is for his air compressor. I wired all my devices and for the switch control receptacle I made the top constant hot and the bottom as the switch controlled. I then put all the pieces of drywall back up from the three holes I cut. Then I installed a 20 amp arc fault cutler hammer breaker for the garage circuit. Turned it on and tested all the outlets. I removed and replaced a gfci by the light post out front. I installed a weather resistant gfci with a in use bub
We have replaced the existing attic fan motor. In addition we have replaced the existing humidistat and thermostat controlling the fan motor. Customer wished to have thermostat set to 95degrees.
Installed new whole house fan in the 1st floor hallway ceiling. Installed a toggle switch below new fan to turn on and off. We ran a new dedicated circuit from main panel in the basement unfinished area up to the new fan, then dropping a wire down to the bedroom to split the overloaded bedroom circuit. We installed a new 20 amp circuit from the main panel up to the microwave to separate it from the rest of the kitchen. customer paid $1,000.00 deposit on last visit which left a balance of $2,442.00, which we collected today upon completion.
Installed a 50 amp circuit with a new a 14-50r receptacle inside a outdoor enclosure. Circuit is protected by a gfci breaker so it is code compliant. Circuit is run with 6/3 awg romex wire from basement panel, across basement to outside next to garage. Verified proper operation of all completed work with customer. Will schedule inspection with customer once permit is filed. Recommend installing a whole home surge protector to protect electronics from being damaged by surges from power company and from within home. Estimate is attached.