What should I do if an outlet in my house doesn’t work?
While many people tend to overlook electrical outlets that seemingly don’t work, it’s always wise to have an experienced electrician examine a non-working outlet. There are a few things you can do first, however, to be sure that an outlet is truly not working. Plug a small lamp into a working outlet and turn it on. Then, without turning the lamp off, unplug it. Plug it into the non-working outlet and flip all the wall switches in the room. If any of the switches turn the lamp on, you’ve found your solution. If you try all the switches and the lamp still doesn’t turn on, check the electrical panel for tripped circuits and reset if necessary. If you’ve tried all the above steps and the outlet still isn’t working, contact residential electrician who can properly diagnose the problem.
I was calling to see if I could set up an appointment for somebody to come to my house and give a quote on installing a central air system. If they could come by on Thursday, that would be good.
Yeah, we can send out a technician to give you an estimate for your HVAC installation. We will send a technician on Thursday between 2 to 5 PM. They will give you a call 30 minutes before they arrive.
Do you sell parts to the public?
Yes! We have Appliance Parts.Part number is required
We have a GE Monogram refrigerator. Do you guys repair those? And if it's the compressor, do you repair that as well? I don't know if you guys are skilled with those refrigerators. I don't want a novice working on my refrigerator and breaking it since it's a very expensive refrigerator. Also, how much does it typically cost for a compressor to be repaired?
We have well-trained, certified, licensed technicians specializing in GE Monogram appliances. We have a service fee. Our technician will come over. He will do the full diagnostics and provide you with an estimate for the problem. Once you proceed to do the repairs with us, that service fee will go towards the repair costs. Our technicians will provide you with the repair cost after they assess the unit.
Why is the green light on my smoke detector flashing?
The green light on the smoke alarm is powered by AC and will blink every 5 seconds when in "battery only" mode. It turns solid green when it detects a smoke or CO hazard and flashes every 2 seconds in "hush" mode.
I was hoping to see if I could cancel a repair that I had scheduled. There was one additional schedule that we asked him to do with the range; I think it was the spark or something on the stovetop that we wanted to change. But we want to hold off; I think it is still working okay.
Okay, I will inform the technician to cancel your next appointment, which is the range.
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