About Green Concepts, LLC
Some of the services we provide are:
- Breakers and fuses
- Code corrections
- Electrical panel replacements
- Electrical vehicle charging stations
- Exhaust and ceiling fans
- Full service generator installation
- Meter and mass repairs
- New and existing lighting
- Occupancy sensors/lighting timers
- Power to appliances
- Smoke detectors
- Trouble shooting and diagnosis
- Wiring for flat screen TV
- Whole house surge protection
- Outlets, GFCIs, switches, phone jacks and cable outlets
Contact us today!
Here at Green Concepts we specialize in all residential electrical needs. We feel its important to concentrate on the home owners needs.
Questions and Answers
Green Concepts LLC (Home Electrical Solutions) is a fairly new company, we started it about three months ago but have over a decade of experience in the field. We decided that we were going to start an Electrical Company that emphasized on Going Green to better the future of our children and grandchildren and a company that also wants to build relationships with our customers making them feel a sense of importance.
How can we save money hiring you?
Green Concepts LLC gives free estimates, that's one way a customer can save money. As far as saving money in their home they can be more energy efficient by replacing lighting with CFL, LED lighting, installing occupancy sensors or lighting timers. Doing these few things can save you a lot over time and you'll be bettering the environment as well.
Do you offer any service after finishing the work?
Are work is always guaranteed, so if there is a problem we will come back at no charge and fix the problem.
What are you most proud of?
I guess the most recent job that we here at Green Concepts LLC did that was most important and accomplished had to be a job done in Ballard, where we did a full rewire of a 1950's home and did the job with no corrections and in a timely manner.
What questions should a customer ask before hiring you?
The customer should always ask the electrical contractor if their business license is current and up to date or check on the Wa LNI website. They should also make sure that the contractor is bonded and insured.