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Orsburn - Parkland, FL
ChiodoMichael - Parkland, FL
Outstanding, Nick was great. He got us all taken care of, we'll absolutely use Nick and The Kings Electric Team again in the future.
Bierman - Parkland, FL
Kings was very timely and professional
Jason @ Kings Electric is #1
Ward - Parkland, FL
I consider us lucky to have Jason come out. He makes a great impression. His experience and professionalism shine through!
Very quick to serve Jason was a pleasure
Manzarbeitia - Parkland, FL
Varuolo - Parkland, FL
Great service. Job very well done.
Zinn - Parkland, FL
Heather - Parkland, FL
They were quick to help me when I lost power. Their prices were more than fair and the employees were very professional.! I will use them again.
Maria - Parkland, FL
Technician was professional and courteous. Knowledgeable and the job was done right.
Great service! Would use again
Jami - Parkland, FL
Becky - Parkland, FL
Whenever I call Kings Electric they are prompt, reliable and offer Great Service. One time they were there the same day. I would highly recommend this Company.
June - Parkland, FL
They were at our house within an hour of calling. Very Friendly!!
Becky - Parkland, FL
I called a few Electric Companies and no one called back, then I called Kings Electric and they sent a technician within an hour to our house. He was very fast and thorough. I would Highly recommend Kings Electric!!
Very good prices and service
David - Parkland, FL
Jean - Parkland, FL
Long list of things to complete. Appreciate efficient and excellent service.
Hello Anna! Thank you for calling kings electric & a/c for your electrical repairs. Today when I came into your home you guided me to the electrical panel and showed me the trip master bedroom breaker and you also took me to the kitchen and showed me all outlets werenâ€™t working. After trouble shooting I gave you a option how I can get this all fixed for you. Iâ€™m glad to let you know that all outlets have been reseted in kitchen and bed room, everything is working once again and we also added a whole home surge protector for your electrical panel. If you have any questions or concerns, please give us a call. Thank you and I hope you have a great Day with your love ones! Your Electrical technician, Xavier
Replace Coaxial cable from outdoor j-box through attic. Approximately total length is 200ft Supply and install (1) 4 way splitter
Check to see if parts are covered under factory warranty. Replace circuit board and capacitor first. Determine if motor is comprimised.
Supply and install new indoor fan motor (Not Under Warranty) Supply and install new circuit board (Not under warranty) Supply and install new run start capacitor.
1)â€”â€”Rewire switch to living room lights to dining room lighting circuit to keep lights from flickering when speakers are loud.
1)â€”â€”Install switch line to cabinet where puck light will be installed. 2)â€”â€”Supply and install dimmable LED puck light. 3)â€”â€”Supply and install LED rated dimmer.
1)â€”â€”Remove existing kitchen light switch and reroute line over and up about 2-5 inches. 2)â€”â€”Install new junction box and switch with cover plate at new location. 3)â€”â€”Rough patch hole where switch was removed.
Perform last visit
Replace (3) GFCI outlets customer supplied
1)â€”â€”Tested for correct voltage at arc fault breaker; voltage was correct. 2)â€”â€”Missing neutral at bedroom circuit; opened up circuit to find missing neutral. Did not find missing neutral problem in bedroom. 3)â€”â€”Went back to arc fault breaker which has neutral wire feed in and feed out on breaker, removed wires and tied to another breaker to test theory of neutral not being fed out of arc fault breaker and was correct. The breaker was bad. 4)â€”â€”Not a common breaker we carry, so had to go purchase another arc fault breaker and install. NOTE; Not a common bad breaker problem, so the steps taken had to go in that order to find the solution.
1)â€”â€”Install customer supplied neon sign and fish wires down wall to existing outlet.
STEAMER CIRCUIT- 1)â€”â€”Cut steam circuit lines at both ends going into bathroom and into attic at exterior of home. 2)â€”â€”Install metal weather proof junction box at 3 locations, 1 at exterior bathroom wall and 2 at other exterior wall going into the attic. 3)â€”â€”Dig 60 ft trench 6 inches deep. 4)â€”â€”Install 60 ft of 1 1/4 inch rigid conduit to connect all boxes installed. 5)â€”â€”Pull 50 amp circuit through newly installed conduit to each box. 6)â€”â€”Reconnect steam circuit ends and power up. TANKLESS WATER HEATER CIRCUIT- 1)â€”â€”Remove 150 amp outdoor main breaker circuit panel. 2)â€”â€”Install new 200 amp outdoor 8/16 circuit main breaker panel. 3)â€”â€”UPDATE GROUNDING; Install 2 new ground rods, 1 water pipe ground and 1 low voltage ground bridge interconnected with #2 gauge copper wire. 4)â€”â€”Label panel and clean area.
Dedicate 120v 15 amp circuit for post light. Approximately 20 ft on attic and 7ft underground.
Supply and install 3/4 HP Fan motor for inside unit Unit is no longer under warranty
1)â€”â€”Break circuit to steamer coming out of the bathroom wall going into the ground. 2)â€”â€”Install 6*6*4 inch PVC junction box where circuit comes out of wall. 3)â€”â€”Sleave circuit coming out of ground into junction box and connect to circuit coming out of wall. 4)â€”â€”Break circuit to steamer behind AC compressor. 5)â€”â€”Install 6*6*4 inch PVC junction box at location where circuit is sticking out of the ground and sleave circuit into junction box. 6)â€”â€”Also Install 6*6*4 inch junction box at location at 1 1/2 inch conduit where circuit enters the home behind AC. 7)â€”â€”Extend circuit from junction box to junction box using PVC and reconnect circuits. 8)â€”â€”Install 1 1/2 inch bonding bushing to ground conduit going into home. 9)â€”â€”Supply and install GFI in bathroom where steamer is.
1)â€”â€”Go through outlets,switches and breakers to check for loose connections, bad breakers or bad devices. 2)â€”â€”Rewire switched outlet to different circuit to re-feed circuit. 3)â€”â€”Disconnected bad circuit.
Breaker is off
Take down (6) flood light fixtures to diagnosis and repair shorted wires Not including run new wires if they are interrupted in attic Install (2) 3 way smart switches customer supplied for flood lights
AC not working properly
Supply and install (1) UL rated fan box in bathrooms ceiling Rewire (1) existing hi-hat and connect it to the other hi-hats in bathroom to use its switch leg for new chandelier Supply and install (1) dimmer for chandelier Take down (6) flood light fixtures to diagnosis and repair shorted wires Not including run new wires if they are interrupted in attic Install (2) 3 way smart switches customer supplied for flood lights
1)â€”â€”Rewire post light to existing circuit inside post.
Diagnosis AC not cooling. Found power supply voltage dropped to 165v, blower ran very slow causing evaporator coils be frozen. Solution: Replace (1) 60 amps Siemens breaker for Air Handler and keep watching AC operation. Probably circuit board or/and blower motor being affected by power surge 1 year AC red carpet club for (2) systems
Kitchen outlet not working
Landscape lights replacement