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In the process of installing a solar electric system for this Alfred, NY customer, technicians discovered the electrical panel was old and unsafe with a long history of fire risks! We upgraded them to a new 200 amp panel, installed alongside their new SunPower solar system!
We received a service call from this Ithaca, NY customer stating that they had lost power in their home. Within 2 hours of receiving their call, we had a technician on-site diagnosing the problem! In the process of resolving their issue, we replaced their outdated electrical service with this brand new 100 amp panel box!
Halco service technicians were called to this Ithaca, NY home because the customer had no electric. It was quickly apparent that there was no voltage coming into the line side of the meter meaning there was either a break in the line underground or on the riser on the pole. After verifying that the break was not on the pole, the next step was to start digging. Technicians found the break and established that the pipe had no bushings installed when it was originally put in. Bushings go on the ends of pipe to keep a smooth transition from pipe to wire and because there were no bushings, this caused the pipe to become burned and corroded over time. Our technicians cleaned the conduit out, re-pulled new wire, and installed UL listed underground splice kits. They then sand padded the ditch for protection of the splices and conduit bushings and the repair was complete!
This Trumansburg, NY customer contacted Halco to install an electrical sub panel in their newly built garage. Starting at the customer's main panel, our technicians ran the conduit around the side of the home, under the deck and to the garage and then installed a new 60 amp sub panel on the garage wall.
This Penn Yan, NY customer called us out to her home because she was having issues with her boiler constantly tripping the breaker in her old pushmatic 60 amp panel box. Our electrician arrived and immediately noticed several other issues that needed to be addressed; most notably the existing panel box was located directly behind the home's water softener and the service was grounded improperly. We addressed this by installing a new 200 amp service 3 ft. away from her old box to allow ample clearance from the water softener and corrected the grounding issue. We also removed a secondary pole off of the customer's property that fed the electric line to the house and replaced it with this new pipe riser.
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