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.
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.
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.
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