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There’s a special knack for working in older homes, and at times it’s actually kind of an art. Lots of electricians are good at new construction, additions, and the like; we do those things, and we do them well. We excel, though, at tricky work in old houses. Maybe for that reason, we’re also especially good at troubleshooting, at finding and fixing problems. Our regular customers include property management companies, remodeling contractors, and homeowners of all kinds. We’ve mastered the art of working in older homes, from 20 to 200 or more years old.
What People Say
“Mike was hired to perform a complete 150 amp service entrance upgrade from my weather head all the way to the load center breaker panel. My favorite part about the proposal was that it included options. There was a budget option that included the basics and a standard residential load center panel box, but also a “Cadillac” option which included an upgrade to a Square D QO load center panel box and breakers. He also included prices for adding a panel-level surge protector. Mike is a very down to earth guy and he was happy to explain what it was he was doing and answered any questions I had in terms I could easily understand. Mike is also very easy to contact via email and text messages which is extremely helpful and convenient. I would highly recommend him for anyone looking for an experienced electrician in the area.”
Nathan F, Chili NY
“Mike and his son, Tom installed a bathroom fan in a very difficult spot in a 200-year old house. Things went very well especially considering the difficulty of the installation. Both he and his son were very knowledgeable and professional and did an excellent job. I highly recommend them especially if the job is in an older home.”
Stephen C, Gates NY
“Mike was awesome. His price was fair, he did everything we asked for. We have an old house that had some issues with updating wiring to code. He and his son did an excellent job.”
Sally B, Rochester NY
“I live in a very old house in Corn Hill with a long history of renovations. I found some suspiciously confusing wiring in my attic that had been installed years ago when the previous owners of the home began to finish the space. Mike quickly figured out exactly what was going on up there, removed an unnecessary junction box, installed an outlet in a proper sized box, and then even found a short hidden in a wire that someone had damaged while hammering the romex to the rafter during installation. Mike was friendly and professional, and I will surely call him again whenever I need an experienced, trouble-shooting-wiz of an electrician.”
David B, Rochester NY