Smart homes are all the rage throughout the United States—and not just because they’re a cool piece of technology. People report all sorts of savings and convenience because of a smart home system, most notably in their energy/water bills. Smart thermostats, lighting and water system help generate savings of $400–$500 on…
Electrical fires have become one of the rising causes of fatalities and economic damage to homes throughout the United States. Within Massachusetts alone, 13% of all deaths from fire outbreaks were caused by electrical fires, with 61,000 instances of electrical fires and economic costs of over $2 billion. (more…)
Electrical circuitry supports a huge influx of current on a daily basis. While the equipment’s designed to withstand huge power loads, it can do so only for so long before breaking down. (more…)
You should know that Massachusetts has some very strict rules regarding what sort of electrical jobs people can do without an electrician’s license. Considering the risks associated with unlicensed electrician work and noncompliance with regulations, people have to pay fines of as much as $1200. If you’re considering starting electrician…
The circuit panel or service panel is the metallic box where the electricity supply lines converge to distribute power throughout your home. It also contains all the circuit breakers and trip switches that protect your home for power surges and short circuits—it’s also the spot where most electrical problems originate.…
The Atlantic hurricane season begins from 1st June and persists until November 30th—in Massachusetts this shows up around late August and lasts through September. It’s estimated that the US incurs $28 billion in hurricane damages a year—it is expected to rise to $39 billion by 2075. While Massachusetts currently represents a very…
Your home’s wiring system isn’t built to last forever, and the older it gets, the more repairs and hazards you’ll have to worry about. Moreover, an outdated electrical system also puts your costly electrical devices and appliances at risk! If you’re planning to give your home an upgrade, start with…
Not only are electrical systems one of the leading causes of house fires, but they’re also one of the costliest. Studies have shown that electrical fires annually account for nearly $1.2 billion in property damage. Moreover, the U.S. Fire Administration reports that 8,200 fires have recently occurred due to electrical malfunction, resulting…
Your electrical systems, outlets and appliances are some of the biggest safety hazards in your home, and this is an even bigger concern when you’re sharing your home with a furry companion. This can leave you on tenterhooks about small things such as leaving your phone plugged in overnight or…
According to the Energy Information Administration, the American household loses power once or twice a year, for an average of approximately 3 hours. However, some power outages, like those caused by extreme weather conditions, can last for several days or even weeks! In fact, a recent thunderstorm in Massachusetts knocked down…
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Comments: Had no power in garage where freezer was located. Breaker was not tripped. Got call back within 10 minutes and gentleman talked me thru checking some other things. Turned out to be a GFI outlet that was not easily visible. He could have come out and charged me for the trip, but did not do that. I know in the future I will give their name to anyone who asks me to recommend an electricianAuthor: Don Miller
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Comments: Excellent customer service. Timely response to our call. Was on time for the appointment and knew just how to resolve the issue. Very reasonable rates. Would definitely call him out again. Thanks for a great experience, (can't say that with every contractor I've called in the past).Author: Kathleen Myers
Comments: I hired Joe back in 2012, and again in 2013 for two major jobs (full Knob and Tube removal and rewire of a 1920 home). I've dealt with many contractors, over the years and have struggled to find the right mix of quality work, professionalism, and value. Joe stood out by explaining what the job required and offering options for how to tackle it. He performed the work very efficiently, and I was impressed with his knowledge and the quality of his work. He is courteous and professional, and I felt like I got a great value. Will definitely use him again and recommend him highly.Author: Joe B.
Comments: Joe was honest about his availability and was willing to accomodate my long work hours in order to provide an estimate. During the estimate, Joe was able to determine the problem and fixed it on the spot. He was professional, courteous, knowledgeable (explaining what had happened in language I could understand and not making feel at all dumb) and didn't try to take advantage of my ignorance by making a simple fix a more complicated one. His fee was very reasonable. I appreciated his honesty and highly recommend himAuthor: Elizabeth S.
Comments: Joe takes a no nonsense approach to his business. He will do exactly what you ask of him but will offer his advice that is backed with knowledge and experience. Joe keeps you "up to date" during the job and is willing to explain any parts of the job no matter how many questions you (or your wife) have. If you need time to contemplate his suggestion(s), he will continue with another part of job until you decide what to do. His estimates and final bill are explained line by line, no surprises at the end. We appreciated his level of professionalism and will not hesitate to use him again. His helper/worker was very professional too. Thanks Joe!Author: James H.