Kings Electrical and Air Conditioning promises customer service that exceeds the expectations of Weston FL residents.
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Hughes - Weston, FL
Lavalle - Weston, FL
On time, professional, knowledgeable, and friendly....will use every time and would recomend
Excellent Service/Very Knowledgeable
Jess - Weston, FL
On time. Experienced electrician. Very Efficient. You get what you pay for! I will hire Know ngs Electric again!
Ann - Weston, FL
I liked our electrician & trusted that he was honest & fair
Very Good Service
Denis - Weston, FL
Cathy - Weston, FL
I was so very pleased with this company! They wereous, prompt, and they charged a fair price. Most importantly the electrician did a very nice job installing the ceiling fans! I would very highly recommend them!
great professional service
Michelle - Weston, FL
I had great professional service.
Ann - Weston, FL
The company and the electrician were easy to work with.
Replace (1) GFCI outlet Replace (1) switch Replacement base on customer demand. There are (2) regular outlets and (3) GFCI outlets in master bathroom hook up to load side of the GFCI being replaced. We recommended separate other GFCI circuits from load side of the new GFCI outlet.
1)â€”â€”Remove 2 AC compressor disconnects. 2)â€”â€”Supply and install 2 60 amp non fuse-able pullout AC compressor disconnects.
1)â€”â€”Remove existing light fixture. 2)â€”â€”Extend switch line from existing fixture box and install junction box at desired location of new fixture. 3)â€”â€”Install customer supplied blank plate at old fixture box. 4)â€”â€”Install customer supplied light fixture. 5)â€”â€”Install customer supplied dimmer switch.
1)â€”â€”Supply and install 4 hardwired and interconnected smoke detectors with 10 year lithium battery back up. NOTE; ADDITIONAL CHARGES FOR 20 FT CEILING REPLACEMENT OF SMOKE DETECTOR
Replace (1) GFCI outlet
1)â€”â€”Open all indoor and outdoor panels and check for loose connections, discoloration on terminals and lugs, bad/burnt breakers and burnt areas on buss bars. FOUND; All connections are tight and breakers are in good shape. However, there is discoloration of the main lugs at the pool main breaker panel and the house main breaker panel #1 which is an indication that at some point the lugs are getting very hot.(Probably due to the age of the equipment/ware and tare) Also there is a loose lug in the main breaker of main breaker panel #2 and feels almost like it is detached somehow. SUGGEST; Update system/Replace service equipment
Brother owned the house He passed away Selling the house as is
1)â€”â€”Remove double toggle switch in bathroom. 2)â€”â€”Supply and install new decora double switch and cover plate.
Replace (1) GFCI outlet in garage Fix no ground issues in 2 outlets in kitchen
Diagnosis and repair wiring at sprinkler timer
Replace (1) 3 ton AC unit
Replace (6) switches Install (2) face covers Remove wire mold in garage. Fix open ground GFCI receptacle in garage. Install (1) GCFI and bubble cover for outdoor receptacle Replace (1) 6 in hi-hat
Replace 1.5 ton split system with Goodman high efficiency system. Permit is not included.
Evacuate refrigerant in system Disconnect and seal refrigerant lines. Disconnect electrical high voltage and low voltage wires. Disconnect drain lines, float switch. Remove full-size air handler from closet Reinstall air handler Connect all electrical wires, drain lines. Connect refrigerant lines. Release refrigerant and charge if needed Test system run properly.
Run new circuit through existing PVC Install breaker in panel for GFCI outdoor Install (1) indoor GFCI outlet
AC not cooling
Air handler installation
Relocate 12ft high fixture approximately 2ft. Remove existing electrical box, customer is responsible for patching. Install new UL box at new location. Install (2) stack switches in 2 bedrooms. Customer supplied materials.
Install customer supplied smoke detector
1)-----Disconnect sub panel feeding upstairs circuits from transfer switch. 2)-----Add 50 amp breaker to larger panel next to sub panel to reconnect sub panel. 3)-----Disconnect hot water heater circuit from larger panel and connect feeds to circuit from transfer switch that was feeding sub panel. 4)-----Remove 30 amp breaker from transfer switch and replace with 25 amp breaker. 5)-----Trace out downstairs bedroom and bathroom. 6)-----Disconnect master bedroom circuit from transfer switch and connect to larger panel. 7)-----Connect downstairs bedroom and bathroom to transfer switch. 8)-----Remove 20 amp twist lock plughead from generator cord and replace with customer supplied 30 amp twist lock plughead. 9)-----Remove 4 dual head security lights. (Approximately 20 ft) 10)-----Install 4 customer supplied dual head LED switch only operated security lights.
Diagnostic on outlets not working
Diagnostic on hallway lights
1)-----Remove 150 amp meter/main breaker combo panel. 2)-----Install 200 amp meter enclosure. 3)-----Install 150 amp 8/16 circuit main breaker feed thru panel. 4)-----Clean area and Check for correct voltage. NOTE: Customer is aware that this repair may or may not fix the intermittent power issues.