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If you're looking for a local electrician to handle all your home electrical needs, Marlock Electric is here to help! We provide a variety of quality electrical services in Greater Rochester area, and we can help you with your next home improvement project, keeping your house up to code, or any other issues you may have.
Our experienced professionals will help you install the right features for your home and ensure that all aspects of your wiring are working correctly. If you need any electrical services, give us a call at 1-844-747-2911 or click below to get started. We offer free estimates on all our work in Webster, Canandaigua, Perinton, Farmington, Victor, Mendon, Geneva, Rochester, Ontario, Fairport, and the nearby areas.
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In the original picture, our technicians found this old disconnect was used in place of a junction box. As you can see, the wiring is clearly unsafe and not attached to the wall properly, as it was just hanging over the plumbing in the home. The subfeed wires were not properly incased in a conduit either. All of these problems can be very dangerous, so our technicians took proper action to remedy the situation. Our technicians cleaned up the wiring nicely and made everything much neater and safer, and installed a junction box for all of the wires to be held and organized.
As you can see in the before picture, this old fuse box was wired very unsafely with wires hanging down. Our technicians fixed this problem by installing a 200 amp service on the front of the home, and we sub fed the wiring to the new 100 amp sub panel on the other side of the home. The after picture shows the sub panel with all of the wiring nicely organized and cleaned up far better than the previous fuse box. The new electrical service and sub panel are much more up to date and are a much safer option than the fuse box.
As a new housing complex is being erected, Marlock Electric, Inc. is working hard to complete the six buildings and recreation center for the 33 unit development now in phase II. The units are all newly built and will serve the community at large. We are a proud partner for this project and look forward to its completion in the very near future.
We supplied this customer with an upgraded panel and were able to bring the meter to the exterior of his home for easier access for the electric company readings. The job was completed in only a couple of hours and the customer was truly pleased.
We were at this customer's home to install a generator, but while we were there, our electricians cleaned-up the interior of the electrical panel box. The previous wiring was very messy as you can see, which can be pretty dangerous. It is important to make sure the wiring inside your panel box (and all around your home) is neat and organized to prevent any problems in the future. Since our electricians had to connect the generator to the main panel, they also re-wired all of the previous work inside the panel box to make it much more orderly and safe.
Recently purchased formal dining room upgraded lighting was requested by the interior decorator to give the room a more illuminated area when guests convene in the room. Several new can lights were added along with dimmers to give the room a subtle glow when needed as well. The new can lighting compliments the beautiful crystal chandelier that hangs over the formal table.
This customer's meter was moved to the exterior of the home so the electric company could read the meter easier and to bring it up to code. The meter was originally in the basement next to the panel box. As you can see in the first picture, the meter was not there until after our technicians relocated it.
This customer in Rochester wanted her service upgraded from a 100 amp to a 200 amp. As you can see, the meter in the first picture was moved to the outside of the home to meet standards of the National Electric Code.
This is a different way to showcase our work using a before and after photo. Usually, we include one picture from when before the job was completed, and one from after the job was completed; what makes this different is that in both of these pictures, the job was completed. We wanted to show these pictures as before and after photos, because in the first picture, the newly installed lighting is not on, and in the second picture there are lights on. This is the difference our work can do for your kitchen. Even though it is day time in both pictures, you can see that the lighting really complements the design of the kitchen and makes it look much more inviting & cozy. Pictured are LED recessed cans on the ceiling, under cabinet lights to illuminate the work surface, pendant lighting to add decor above the island, and a surface mount welcoming people through the entrance. This lighting pairs very well with the cabinets and counter tops, and makes the room look less plain.
This Penfield homeowner experienced wind damage to her exterior three light post lights in the back of her home. The decided to replace the old and worn out lights with newer and more energy efficient LED light posts.
We received this call from Manchester, NY stating that the customer was losing half power to their house. Upon arrival the technician noticed a weathered service cable leading into the meter cabinet. Due to the weathered service cable the water was entering the meter cabinet through the damaged cable causing corrosion inside the meter cabinet and led to the power loss. We corrected this by installing a new entrance cable and meter cabinet, and the problem is no more!
Marlock Electric was called to troubleshoot flickering lights in a house and occassional power loss. Upon arrival we noticed a crack in the service entrance cable leading from the meter to the panel box. This crack had allowed water to enter the main panel and caused corrosion to the panel which therefore caused these problems. Marlock Electric replaced the cable as well as installed a new 200 amp main breaker panel to correct the problem. The customer was very pleased with our response and quality workmanship.
Initially this Williamson, NY customer was in the process of trying to replace their electric service on the exterior of their home on their own. What seemed like a simple project very quickly became a large issue for them. The electric was very outdated and the requirements of the job according to the electric company should be performed by a licensed electrician. With this knowledge, the Williamson, NY homeowner reached out to us for a quote on the project. Our project estimator took pictures of the before and after project as seen, and we were able to get the service replaced and back up and running the same day. The meter on the exterior of the home will also allow for more efficient meter reads, hopefully costing the homeowner less money between actual reads. What a great team we have working for us and the electric industry is better for our professional electricians.
Our technicians were able to rewire and install a new safer panel box for this Williamson, NY homeowner. The wires going into this old fuse fed panel box were outdated and frankly a fire hazard for them. After rerouting wires, installing a new service on the exterior of the home our professional electricians were able to simplify the electric mayhem in their basement. As shown here the before picture was of wires going absolutely everywhere. There was no rhyme or reason as to what any of the wires went to, and non the less, they were in a much outdated fuse box that would potentially become a fire hazard. After you see the simple yet extremely useful panel box now hanging on that same basement wall. Wires marked to indicate what they run and all done in an orderly fashion. Taking great pride in our professional electricians and the work they do.
Our team at Marlock Electric arrived at this customer's home to see a very unsafe panel which was corroded with no grounding. Our technicians replaced and upgraded the panel while fixing multiple other safety issues.
This beautiful outdoor lighting upgrade in Newark, NY added to this colonial style home to better illuminate the front of this customers home. The before and after shows how much more visible the house is from the street view, complementing the home's architecture, increasing security, and helping guests navigate their way to the front entry.
Marlock Electric technician recently installed a new 100amp overhead electric service including interior electric panel that was both outdated and unsafe. The panel that was in the house contained outdated and electrically unsafe fuses. This service was brought up to date with panel and circuit breakers. If you have one of these outdated electric panels, we highly recommend replacing it.
Marlock Electric was sent to a home in Newark, NY where the service entrance cable on the side of the house was falling and in great disrepair. We see this often due to the weather in our area and are asked to also place meters on the exterior of the home, as the older homes are primarily in the basements.
We were able to install a new service for the customer as well as place the meter on the exterior so that the power company can read it without having to gain entry into the house.
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).
We were called to a home in Sodus, NY for concerns with an exterior service cable and meter enclosure that was frayed, pulling from the house and very much worn out from years of weathering, as happens in Upstate New York. Water had been running down the cable and entered the meter enclosure which in returned caused damage as well as a safety concern. Our service technicians installed a new riser cable as well as a new meter box. As you can see here, a much safer situation for the homeowner with these much needed repairs.
This cottage home was remodeled with "family" in mind. The area pre-build was a tiny and cramped space and now allows for friends and family year-round for a quick get-away or a long relaxing vacation. The lighting added gives the fireplace area definition and class.
This customer in Geneva is having an addition put on their house, and needed their electrical service upgraded to accommodate new circuits being added. With this request, we had to relocate the existing meter in the basement, to the exterior of the home per the utility company's guidelines. This will allow for the meter to be read without entering the basement. We upgraded their electrical service from a 100 amp, to a 200 amp service.
No matter what type of electrical work you want for your home, Marlock Electric are the local experts you need. Our complete electrical services will keep your home running smoothly with all the features you want.
Call us today at 1-844-747-2911 or contact us online to get a free estimate on all our electrical services. We proudly serve in Penfield, Pittsford, Newark, Walworth, Waterloo, Macedon, Seneca Falls, Canandaigua, Perinton, Webster, and throughout the surrounding areas.
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