Electrician in Solana Beach

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Fully licensed, insured, and certified by the state of California, the technicians from United Plumbing Heating Air & Electric keep household systems in proper operation through their array of residential services. Leaky faucets, rickety ceiling fans, and winded air conditioners return to full functionality after attention from the talented team—each members of the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association. Homeowners can also take advantage of free estimates on any service and can even call up the outfit’s customer-care department at any hour of the day to request emergency service.

120 N Pacific St
San Marcos,
CA
US

• For $49, you get $2,100 toward a 3.5 kW or larger solar panel system. • For $99, you get $3,100 toward a 6.0 kW or larger solar panel system.

1298 Pacific Oaks Pl
Escondido,
CA
US

Accurate Heating Air and Electrical’s team of HVAC technicians and master electricians have been keeping homes and businesses throughout the San Diego area properly running for more than two decades. The staffers replace or repair furnaces, air conditioners, and ducts, arriving for scheduled appointments or rushing to the scene when summoned via the 24-7 emergency hotline or prayer. They also rewire electrical systems, add new circuits and circuit breakers, and install track and LED lighting to perfectly illuminate high-traffic areas. Beyond traditional manufacturers’ warranties, the staffers stand behind their work with a 10-year parts-and-labor guarantee and will replace any faulty products and equipment with a one-year money-back guarantee.

12232 Buckskin Trail
Poway,
CA
US

With decades of home repair and remodeling experience under their tool belts, A Bit of Help’s handymen travel throughout San Diego to tackle customers’ household maintenance dilemmas. Rather than tending to many clients all at once, A Bit of Help focuses on building long-term relationships with its small roster of customers. The business’s long list of services includes plumbing, flooring, carpentry, and electrical work. Handymen can install a brand-new sink in your bathroom, a new lighting fixture in your foyer, or a remote-controlled garage door on your walk-in closet. With a “by the job” pricing model, A Bit of Help asks that customers call ahead for a free estimate and assures that no job is too big or small.

2489 San Diego Avenue
San Diego,
CA
US

Solare Energy's installers and certified energy auditors connect power-hungry people with the efficient energy emitted by the solar system's central star. Following a home-energy assessment, their trained sales staff will help design a customized sunshine solution using SolarWorld panels and other products, then an experienced installation crew will plant these ravenous ray receptors on the roof or ground. For homeowners spending an average of $100–$250 on their electric bills, Solare Energy recommends 10 panels for a 2.2-kilowatt system (starting at $12,525 during the summer) which may qualify for up to $3,269 in state rebates, tax credits, and skee-ball tokens from the Egyptian god Ra. These 10 panels can save up to $90 each month in electricity costs, leading to guilt-free air-conditioner, blender, and mechanical-bull operation for years to come.

9520 Padgett St
San Diego,
CA
US

Solaire Energy Systems can cover shingles with enough sunshine slurpers to supply electricity to homes and greatly reduce electricity bills and questions about what to do with surplus sunlight. Though prices for different systems will vary, Solaire Energy Systems has solar electric systems priced as low as $11,400 after all applicable government incentives.

4562 Alvarado Canyon Rd
San Diego,
CA
US