Expert Electricians in Norcross, Georgia
Are you tired of dealing with flickering lights? Have you noticed a burning smell coming from your electrical outlets? Has a sudden circuit shortage left you in the dark? In today’s day and age, even minor electrical problems can become a nuisance. At R.S. Andrews, we never want you to feel inconvenienced in your own Norcross home, which is why nothing but the absolute best electrical service will suffice.
You need a team of professionals that is dependable, skilled, and tuned in to providing you exceptional service across the board. Our certified electricians lead the industry in technical knowledge and training, ensuring you get the attention you need!
No matter the electrical problem you’ve encountered in Norcross, Georgia, contact the electricians at R.S. Andrews.
Electrical Services with R.S. Andrews
We’ve tailored our electrical services to be all-encompassing so we can be sure to meet your every need and expectation. When you need residential or commercial electrical services in Norcross, you can be confident in looking to R.S. Andrews for:
- Electrical installation
- Electrical repair
- Electrical troubleshooting
- Service panel upgrades
- Smoke detector inspection
- Smoke detector installation
- Surge protection
- Circuit breakers
Whether it be repairs, installations, or maintenance, R.S. Andrews can provide assistance! We’ve dedicated ourselves to providing services that Norcross homeowners can trust, bringing you top-quality in both products and skill to ensure your electrical projects are done quickly, efficiently, and perfectly!
Need electricians in Norcross? Contact our team today for the answer to all of your electrical needs! You can reach us online, or over the phone at 770-913-6412.
Norcross Electrical & Wiring Repair
Electricity is a fickle beast, and one that requires an electrician with the confidence and knowledge necessary to ensure your repairs go off without a hitch. You can count on our Norcross electricians for all of your repair needs. Not sure when you may need repairs? Keep an eye out for these sure signs that you need electrical repair:
- Appliances generating unnatural heat. It’s fairly normal for machines and appliances to stay slightly warm during operation, but if you notice equipment getting warmer than usual, or even hot to the touch, there’s likely an issue with your wiring.
- Over-frequent flickering. A little flicker now and then is natural, and common to all homes. But if you notice a frequent or consistent flicker that doesn’t seem tied to major machinery kicking into action, you may have an issue with your wiring, breaker box, or appliance.
- Sparking. Outlets that spark, or sparking coming from fixtures is a sure sign of arcing or a weak ground, both of which should be addressed immediately!
- Burning, charring or “ozone” smells. If you notice any smell resembling burning coming from your panel or wires, cut power to your home and contact a professional immediately. This is a very serious issue, and should be handled right away!
If you’ve noticed any of these warning signs in your Norcross home, give R.S. Andrews a call at 770-913-6412 immediately!
Norcross Electrical Installations & Replacement
Part of our personal mission as a business is to provide only the finest quality products for installation or replacement in your home. Contact our team of Norcross electricians today for any project you’re planning involving electricity. We’ve handled it all, and guarantee complete satisfaction on all of our work!
Why Choose an Electrician from R.S. Andrews?
You can trust more than just our good word at R.S. Andrews. All of our work comes fully guaranteed, both to provide confidence for you, and as a way to show pride in our work for ourselves. We choose only the finest electricians to provide our consumers with electrical services, choosing based not only on skill and knowledge, but on integrity, honesty, and friendliness as well!
Choose the service you can trust with R.S. Andrews today. Contact us to learn more about how our Norcross electricians can help you, or to schedule an appointment!
for Norcross, GA
Great service and competitive price.
Greg - Norcross, GA
I solicited two bids and RS Andrews was slightly lower, but the service was excellent. They worked with me on the timing of the job and finished the work quickly.
Good People, Good Service
Pat - Norcross, GA
My main electrician, Chris, is awesome. He takes care of things quietly and quickly and only does the work requested. If he notices anything that looks like it's getting old or sketchy, he'll alert me to it. Early on Chris had help from an individual who made several mistakes, requiring a call back. Chris corrected them quickly and easily.
Nicole - Norcross, GA
Response from RS Andrews:
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Prompt and friendly service.
Tim - Norcross, GA
This technician has been here before. As always he did a great job.
Response from RS Andrews:
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Sue - Norcross, GA
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Peachy - Norcross, GA
Original service appointment was mysteriously lost in the computer; wasted an entire day waiting. When service tech arrived the next day he was prompt, courteous, and very knowledgable.
Response from RS Andrews:
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GB - Norcross, GA
Very knowledgeable technician. Good advice and recommendations to prevent future issues. I would recommend R.S. Andrews to all homeowners.
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Wow-great service at short notice
Dallan - Norcross, GA
Showing up only an hour or two after the call and fixing the problem right there--no, let me pick up the part and charge you for a second visit. Great service!!!
Great Service as usual from Oscar
Bruce - Norcross, GA
Oscar does a complete and thorough job every time he services our equipment
Poor cooling, System running ck and test all components. **Found return leak system pulling in attic air **Need to sch install to return and seal air cleaner. -Filter: ck media ok -Clean and tighten electrical connections and wires: -Check electrical components: -High voltage wiring -Blower motor: 1.6 amps -Condenser fan motor: .65 amps -Compressor: 10.2 amps -Dual capacitor: 45/5 uF ok -Contactor: 239 Volts across -Breaker: amp -Balance refrigerant levels: Low: 147 psig High: 335 psig super heat: 7 'F Sub cool: 6 'F -Check condenser coil -Evaporator coil : ok -Check duct work: return leaking -Measure temperature difference: before 15'F after 19'F -Outdoor ambient temperature: 90'F -Cycle system, operating properly at this time
Installed new 50 amp feed from main panel in garage of home to new office in backyard. Installed new pipe in ground from main house to new office. New office has a main disconnect and ground system installed. Installed new 125 amp rated, 50 amp fed, sub-panel in office. Installed 3, 20 amp, arc-fault/GFI protected circuits in new office. Installed a total of 9 receptacles in office, including floor outlet and exterior receptacle. Installed 4 new lights that customer provided. Installed 30 amp feed for future A/C unit. Currently installed on a 20 amp breaker. Wire is capable of 30 amps however. Installed all receptacles and switches as well. Extra: Changed out unlisted breakers in panel to correctly listed breakers for panel enclosure. Panel is overloaded however by 7 circuits. Had removed $195 from price and covered permit cost in cost of project since customer trenched and moved office closer.
Customer's AC disconnect was burned apart at the A phase. - Possible loose connection or lightning strike.Installed new SquareD QO 100 amp sub panel for AC units. Installed 2 2 pole 20amp breakers for the AC's. Powered up both AC's. - Downstairs condenser is running and upstairs is not as expected by homeowner.Discussed whole home surge protection to possibly be installed at a later date at $379.00
Upstairs unit was not cooling properly do to a few issues. Running high head pressure and having a dirty coil makes for a low efficient system. We have cleaned coils and replaced 2-16x25x1 filters. We must come back to check pressures. Disconnect box is damaged and wont turn on units. Once we get power at that point we can determine if unit needs refrigerant. At this time units are both not cooling until electrical issue is handled.
The drain for this system was stopped up. Tech cleaned the line and made sure they are easy to service in the future. The Refrigerant level is good.
replaced both upstairs tub and shower faucet cartridges. Customer has financing.
tightened all connections in panel and tested loads.changed out unlisted breakers to cutler hammer CL breakers to correct unlisted issue.performed diagnostic work on refrigerator circuit and back door switch/light not working. replaced bad switch at back door, and found loose connection to refrigerator.installed customer supplied ceiling fixture in breakfast area.installed ceiling fan bracing in dining room area, and replaced ceiling fan with customer supplied ceiling fan.installed blank plate on back door receptacle.
installed 5 switched receptacles installed 40A 3-pole GE breaker
Perform smiley preventive maintenance inspection 1 system AC tune up. 1 of 2 bisits. added 2# of freon with NO warranties. -Filter: 14"25"1" -Flush drain line: needs EZT and wet switch -Clean and tighten electrical connections and wires: -Check electrical components: -High voltage wiring -Blower motor:??xx amps -Condenser fan motor: .60 amps. -Compressor: 9 amps. -Dual capacitor: 30/5uF -Contactor: 241Volts across -Breaker: 60 amp -Monitor refrigerant levels: ???Low: 70psi High: 220psi super heat: x10'F Sub cool: 10'F -Rinsed out condenser coil -Evaporator coil: 20plus years old. -Inspect flue/vent pipe: -Check gas valve and gas line: -Check duct work:???? -Measure temperature difference:20* -Outdoor ambient temperature: 91*'F -Cycle system operating at this time but is 20 plus years old and anything may go out at anytime. ??*Equipment normal wear and tear
upstairs unit not coolingfound compressor not running due to bad capacitor, replaced 40/5 cap, cleaned condenser coil an ran unit finding unit only running 105/245 with a 30 degree super heat so added 1lb of 410a system is now running ok
120V 20A circuit extension with box and receptacle
SERVICE REPAIRED: The 3 1/2 Ton AC system Trane 6 Years old was not working properly due to poor maintenance condition. service Performend, Clean Condens Coil with Chemical plus Add one Pound of refrigerant R 410a, Test Cooling mode, check refrigerant charge the pressures are 125/305 psi with 8 degrees Subcooling. After final inspection system is working properly. I recommend to service the system at least 2 times a year to keep the system at the Highest efficiency possible and extend the life of the Equipment.
checked filters. Advised Cust of filters needed. checked pr assures on both systems. upstairs system is a little low on freon added 1.5 lbs of r22
replace hot side shut off valve for washer machine box card on file
1-Replace 40 gal natural gas water heater with a 50 gal natural gas water,upgrade gas line,install new gas valve and one for water shut off. 2- Removed one piece toilet from upstairs bathroom and installed new toilet provided by customer.Toilet removed to be installed at customer mothers house. 3- Installed new hose bib in front of house . 4- installed new washing machine box at mothers house, and toilet removed from other house.
Installed customer provide 1/2 hp garbage disposal.
When toilet is flushed the water bubbles on the other side, tried to plunge the toilet and it came out of the sink womens and mens restroom. Bath Cable / Men's -and- ladies restroom > Commercial Diagnostic > Pull and Reset Toilet (ONLY)
non club water leak
Completed One time tune up with Angie's List Coupon on one unit.
Replaced wax ring and toilet bolts by pulling and resetting the toilet.
James Anglin 1510 .
Air conditioner not cooling. Traced problem back to a bad run capacitor. Replaced and checked operation. Unit operating properly at this time.
installed a 20 amp 120 volt circuit from the panel in garage to the microwave in the basement.performed panel maintenance and tightened all connections.
Air conditioner not cooling because system shut down due to clogged drain line which set off flood protection switch. Also found crack in existing vinyl tubing cut out section and replaced made Mr aware may need to run new drain line if cracks again it is very brittle Showed section Mr going to keep eye on it will call if wants drain tubing replaced.Cycled system operating at time.
Completed Air Conditioner preventative maintenance on one unit. Installing new full Lennox system 3.5 ton XC14 and 90,000 BTU SL280V with 10 year parts and labor warranty including t-stat and 1 year maintenance on 1 system.
Clear main sewer line for complex from the clean out in the parking lot. line blockage was 120 ft out from the first clean out 20 ft from the second line cleared with 3/4 cable.