Kings Electrical and Air Conditioning promises customer service that exceeds the expectations of Palm Beach Gardens FL residents.
Call us now at: 954-388-1196 . We'd love the opportunity to earn your business as we have with your neighbors in Palm Beach Gardens FL.
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Our Reviews by City
Hall - Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Carrillo - Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418
Al - Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
This service experience was over and above what I expected, and I highly recommend Kings Electric and Air Conditioning for at home repairs.
Mike - Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Prompt, professional, excellent service, top notch, polite..we were very impressed
Excellent work / electrical upgrades
Mike B. - Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Third time we've used King's Electric. Highly recommend them. Very professional - and they treat you like family. They keep you informed, explain the project, stick to their estimates. Courteous and efficient. We highly recommend them.
installing fixtures (fans, lights), add a circuit, other elec. work.
MikeB - Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
highly recommend King's electric. Excellent, professional service. Prompt, courteous, able to work around any obstacles that came up. Accurate estimate and excellent work. We were very pleased with Phil and the entire experience with King's Electric.
Marvin - Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418
bob - Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418
Great service. The technician was very informative regarding our issue. He was extremely professional and efficient. We will definitely use King's for any of our future electrical needs.
Thank you for choosing Kings Electric and air conditioning! This estimate includes: - Testing the GFCI as to why it is tripping and making sure it is not being overloaded. - Includes GFCI replacement if possible.
Diagnosis (1) GFCI not working in the back. Found bad GFCI, replace with the new one. Install (2) vanity light fixtures customer supplied
Replace (1) TV customer supplied
Extend 15amp 120v circuit for outdoor receptacle
Troubleshoot ceiling fan not working. Remove ceiling fan and check power at the fan box. Re-install ceiling fan Check outdoor outlet not working Diagnosis not including run new wires or repair interrupted wires
Dear customer Weâ€™re happy to give you the estimate for exhaust fan and GFCI outlet replacements - Supply and replace (2) small exhaust fan in guest bathroom - Replace (1) GFCI outlet in bathroom Thank you for choosing us and feel free to reach out for us for more information **********Jason - Kings Electric & AC**********
Replace (1) dimmer toggle switch
Diagnosis water heater has no power Found burnout wires inside the electrical junction box Need to install new junction box and re-wiring wires
Replace (1) GFI in garage
1)-----Install customer supplied light dimmer switch at foyer. 2)-----Disconnect spa circuit breaker and depower circuit and wiring circuit.
Install customer supplied door bell button. Remove existing foyer chandelier. Assemble and Install customer supplied chandelier in foyer. Supply and install 4 hardwired and interconnected smoke detectors with 10 year lithium battery back up. Remove back patio security light. Remove back patio GFI cover plate and install in use weather proof bubble cover.
Diagnosis level 1
Hang (2) sconces lights on the wall in bedroom where already has (2) outlets
Diagnose laundry outlet not working and just check kitchen outlets for proper voltage only.
1)-----Remove exisitng flourescent fixture in garage. 2)-----Reroute wiring to fixture to different location. 3)-----Reinstall flourescent fixture. 4)-----Extend circuit from attic outlet to desired location of garage door outlet. 5)-----Install junction box with outlet and cover plate.
Install (2) lights in back of home Install (3) lights in front of home
1)-----Remove and replace 2 bulb 4 ft T12 flourescent ballast. 2)-----Remove and replace dining room dimmer switch.
1)-----Run dedicated 60 amp line from indoor 100 amp main lug panel to desired location by pool equipment/hot tub heater using Romex through the attic and sleeved with 3/4 inch pvc on exterior. (Approximately 50ft.) 2)-----Install 60 amp nonfuseable disconnect and a 6ft. power whip to connect to hot tub heater.
1)-----Troubleshoot fan circuit to find out why fan is not turning on. FOUND: bad fan, fan not working. 2)-----Remove exisitng fan. 3)-----Assemble and install customer supplied fan.
Diagnosric and repair on bedroom outlets not working
Service call to investigate issue with smoke detectors beeping.
Remove existing wall sconces in bathroom and install LED mirror light.
Technician went out to property because Christmas lights were not working and explained to customer how to reset GFI.
Electrician installed various fixtures in different rooms.