Mr. H was looking to upgrade his generator to accommodate the needs of his home. As technology becomes more sophisticated we tend to require more energy and therefore this Newark, NY homeowner was looking to upgrade his "outdated" generator. He stopped into our office at 104 Emmons Street and requested a formal quote. Our knowledgeable project estimator scheduled a convenient time to meet with the homeowner and assess his requirements to give him the power he required if there were a power outage in the area. We were able to fit the home with a new 16kw Generac generator using the existing transfer switch. The before and after pictures show the old and new unit placed on a new concrete pad and ready to use in an instant. We are able to quote your whole house standby generator for you too. Please feel free to call us anytime, and we would be glad to work with you too!
Wayne County Agency teaches individuals how to work with the public. The new addition along The Erie Canal is state of the art. Marlock Electric provided all of the electrical needs for this addition from the ground up.
These homeowners in Newark, NY contacted Marlock Electric to help with the remodeling of their kitchen which included a lighting upgrade. Per request of the homeowners, we installed LED can lighting above the sink as well as LED style under cabinet lights to illuminate the work spaces. These LED lights are energy efficient and add decor to the room by the way the accent the counter tops and window. (Both pictures were taken after the project was completed, the only difference is the lights being turned on in the "after" picture, to exhibit the effects of our work).
In comparison, here is the original site that Lyons National Bank in Fairport, NY started with and where it was completed with a beautiful full service bank. Our valued electricians worked tirelessly to complete both the interior as well as exterior lighting for this site. Truly a work of art in aesthetics in the interior and exterior of this beautiful building now in place and up and running flawlessly.
This customer contacted us as some of the store employees were not comfortable with the breakers in the panel box needing attention when a breaker would trip. The panel box had no identifying labels to let them know what they could turn on and off. A panel box can be somewhat intimidating especially those who know nothing about electricity except that it can shock you. It is important that your panel is labeled so that in a situation where your circuit trips, you can identify what circuit it is on.
Our certified technician took the time to trace out each of these circuits and placed a label on the panel box door for the employees to see what each of the breakers turned on and off. This procedure is very important especially in an emergency situation.
If your panel box is missing labels or is just plain old and outdated we suggest a free in home estimate to review and if needed install a new panel box.
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