Haas & Sons provides electrical services that includes electrical repair and installations for Linthicum Heights, MD residents and businesses—from lighting fixtures to ceiling fan installation to breaker box replacement and surge protection.
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Pier and landscape power
Greg - Linthicum Heights, MD
Great work, great service
Lnarlee - Linthicum Heights, MD
I’ve honestly never had a better experience hiring an electrician/electric company. Nick is easily the best electrician I’ve ever met. He’s super nice and professional at all times, and he really knows what he’s doing. He really works with you to make sure your satisfied with everything. I was able to schedule both the quote and the job very quickly, and both Nick and the company stayed in touch throughout the process and were easy to get ahold of. Haas & Sons is hands down the best electric company around. I will never hire anyone else for electrical work again. Highly recommended!
Installed customer supplied motion flood lights in place of old existing ones on back of home
Installed new sub panel on back of home for future power to pier. Installed new GFCI outlets on home
Removed old brunt up split bus panel. This panel was in the middle stages of shutting down. The entire lighting circuit was already not working properly anymore. I installed a new QO series panel with a 200 amp main breaker in its place. This panel has nickel plated bus bar and a main breaker that can shut down the entire system if there is ever an emergency.
Repairing inspection corrections. Separating neutrals in main panel and double tapped lugs. Separating neutrals helps keep current from other circuits back feeding on other circuits neutrals. Installing ground fault interrupter devices through out home.
Lost power to outlets in the home. Outlets keep going out. How bad is aluminum wiring in a house? Well in this house it started to overheat and caused a power outage. It's easy to identify aluminum wiring because it's silver instead of copper.
Securing main service line on the side of the home with metal straps. Installing new weatherhead cover to keep rain water from running inside wire insulation.