Meyer Electrical Services in Bethesda, MD will help you maintain your access to power with electrical maintenance from our contractors. Founded in 1991, Meyer Electrical Services, Inc. provides various electrical services, including troubleshooting, circuit breaker replacement, panel upgrades (heavy-up), standby generators, and surge protection. We offer installation of ceiling and attic fans, outdoor lighting, light switches, dimmers, and light fixtures. To help our customers keep up with modern technologies, we install electric vehicle charging stations (EV charges), CATV, computer cabling, and much more. We are licensed and insured in the states of Maryland and Virginia, along with the District of Columbia. Our company proudly provides electrical services for all of Montgomery County.
GAS METER UPGRADE IN BETHESDA, MD
Our company offers an installation of natural gas powered generators that use a sizeable amount of gas volume when they are operating, so it’s necessary to have a gas meter with enough volume to operate the generator and the other gas appliances in the house. If yours doesn’t then it might be time for a gas meter upgrade in Bethesda, MD.
The gas meter typically has a plate on the front that lists its capacity in cubic feet/hour. One cubic foot per hour of gas volume equals approximately 1,000 BTUs. Total up the number of BTUs on the existing gas appliances and add to it the gas usage of the desired generator unit and thus the required meter capacity can be determined.
Our lives depend on power
It is simple – our lives depend on power. Losing electricity can be a scary thing, when you cannot run your A/C or your heating system, and complete your daily essentials like cooking, laundry or the kids’ bath time. And what happens to all the food in the refrigerator and freezer? Your lights, televisions, computers, radio, and even special phones can be rendered useless. You are cut off from the rest of the world! Do you have someone with special needs or who require medical equipment? What happens to them? Isn’t it time to provide a little peace of mind to your family? Have Meyer Electrical Services, Inc. preform your generator
Generac Guardian Series generators (air cooled)
Generac Guardian Series generators (air cooled) are available in 8kW to 22kW models. They make standby power a savvy investment for residential applications. For small business power standby solutions we offer 25kW to 60kW QT and Protector Series units. These revolutionary generators are exceptionally quiet, environmentally friendly and so affordable that they can often pay for themselves during a single power outage in commercial and industrial applications. The units are fully enclosed in an insulated weatherproof enclosure. Generac generators are the only engine designed specifically for extended generator use, not adapted from lawn and garden applications. You decide what items are important to you in a power outage and we will help you to determine the power you need. Whether you want basic circuits or your whole home powered, Meyer Electrical Services, Inc. will offer the right generator solution for you, complete an installation and provide regular preventative maintenance services according to installation contract.
We are an authorized Generac Dealer and Certified in Diagnostics, Maintenance, and Repairs
We are an authorized Generac Dealer and Certified in Diagnostics, Maintenance, and Repairs in strict accordance with Generac established guidelines. This ensures your Generac Warranty is valid from a proper install. We are fully licensed and insured. We only use the best products available to install all of the electrical components. We provide turnkey installations in a neat and a workmanlike manner. Your project will be complete from start to finish with Meyer Electrical Services, Inc.
Optional Mobile Link
Optional Mobile Link (new cellular remote monitoring system from Generac) is also available with the purchase, which allows monitoring your valuable system operation and check its status even when you are away. You can customize the settings in order to receive notifications of your choice. (Additional charges apply)
I wanted to thank you for all the work you have done for us at both of our houses this past year. During a stressful time, you always arrived with solutions and returned again and again to address all the other emergencies and electrical surprises. Your talents and customer service are so appreciated by Kip and me and I just wanted to let you know how terrific it is knowing you are there to rely on. Your professionalism, candor and expertise make our lives better truly!
I wanted you to know that last night at the Finance Committee Meeting I complimented you and told everyone how fantastic you had been throughout our “water damage emergency”. You really were super and your loyalty, support and guidance meant a great deal to me. St. Paul’s Rock Creek Parish is lucky to have you as our electrician.
Thank you! You were fast, professional, courteous and you locked the house securely when you left. Much obliged!
Many thanks to you...and Patrick for getting us ship-shape and ready for the holidays. I've been waiting for Christmas lights for 25 years! And it's good to be able to see in the basement and I know all the plugs are properly installed and grounded. All the best to you.
I just wanted you to know how happy my wife and I were with the electrical service you provided for us recently. You were recommended by some friends and you more then lived up to their recommendation. The work you did the living area of the house - mostly changing the outlets to the 3-prong type- was neat and professional. I particularly appreciate the way you ran the wire on the outside of the house behind the downspout and along a ledge so that it wouldn't show and that you ran the other exterior wires through metal casing so that they wouldn't be exposed. The D.C. government inspector approved your heavy-up with no problems and PEPCO came shortly thereafter to finish their part of the job. Thanks again for the efficient, professional, and reasonably-priced service you performed.
After a series of power outages in our area, I decided to by a back up generator which keeps my family comfortable and allows my home business to continue operating. Walt recommended equipment and supervised the entire installation from delivery to approval by the local utility. He was on site when needed and was available for follow-up questions. I've used Walt's company for years for installation of ceiling fans to additional lighting and electrical repairs. Walt always gives me a day and time for service. it's usually the same day. He is prompt and efficient and his price is competitive and fair.
Very easy to work with, attentive to detail, understood the work I explained. Put in a better switch than I had before.
Truck lighting, scorces, new A/C unit. Excellent. Well Meyer listened to us and found a way to meet our needs, which were a bit unusual.
Numerous recessed lighting fixtures installed throughout the house (~15-20). Ceiling fan installed. Lighting installed in ~five closets. Meyer Electric did a big job for us, including electrical, lighting, and ceiling fan work. Everything went very well, and we were pleased with the work. It is not about six years later, and everything still works great. One thing that was really great about what Walt Meyer did was that he did his best not to create a lot of holes in the wall or other damage that would have to be repaired. He installed a lot of lights (and a fan) and there was very little that had to be done "afterwards" to fix any holes, etc. We were having a painter come in afterwards, so we were prepared to have him patch thing up, but he hardly had anything to do. Meyer Electric did a great job with our project, and we would definitely use them again. In fact since this job was done, we have!
As discussed in Part 1, the probability of electrical accidents for the elderly at home is higher because many live in older or low-quality housing equipped with outdated or faulty electrical systems and appliances. The risk increases if the senior has a condition that affects mobility and memory, such as Parkinson’s or dementia. Part 2 will discuss assistive technology, heating safety, and smoke alarms.
The probability of electrical accidents at home for the elderly is higher because so many live in older or low-quality housing equipped with outdated or faulty electrical systems and appliances. Living spaces like these can be hazardous because they do not comply with electrical safety standards. They often do not have life-saving electrical features like PVC wiring, circuit breakers, or a modern electrical panel.
The likelihood of accidents is also increased if the senior has a condition that affects mobility and memory, such as Parkinson’s or dementia. If you are concerned about the safety of a senior citizen at home, consider the following items:
According to NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), there are signs the Mid-Atlantic region will experience a snowy and cold 2018-2019 winter due to a potential centrally-based and weak-to-moderate El Nino weather pattern in the Pacific Ocean. Major snow and ice storms occasionally cause extended power outages. As heating systems rely on electricity, your home will become uncomfortably cold in freezing temperatures. Moreover, water pipes may freeze and burst, causing flooding and serious damage costing thousands of dollars.
New electronic devices are making their way into your home, making your electrical system work harder with each new addition. Eventually, especially with older homes, you will notice that your system won’t be able to cope with your electrical needs. Talk to an experienced and licensed electrician about upgrades for the best results.
A heavy-up is also known as an electrical panel upgrade. Installing a new electrical panel is intended to allow your home’s electrical system to increase its capacity for handling power. It also makes it safer when plugging in additional electronic devices.
As discussed in Part 1, lighting design can significantly transform how your property is perceived at night. The following are five more landscape lighting design basics for your home. Consult with an experienced and licensed electrical services company for your safety and the best results.
5) Light Direction for Emotion
Light direction is a great tool for obtaining a desired emotional effect. For example, down-lighting will result in a romantic aura make it seem like moonlight is softly bathing an area. In contrast, up-lighting results in an effect that is dramatic and bold when light is directed upward toward a landscape element, like a statue. On the other hand, cross-lighting results in a neutral affect because it create greater depth in an area by directing light from two opposite sides and eliminating shadows.
You’ve done a wonderful job beautifying your property with landscaping during the spring and summer. Unfortunately, all your hard work may be unappreciated after sunset. Lighting design can dramatically improve how your property is perceived at night. The following are nine landscape lighting design basics for your home. Consult with an experienced and licensed electrical services company for your safety and the best results.
1) Determine the Purpose First
Before planning an area’s lighting determine your primary purpose. For example, if your goal is the safety of your guests as they stroll through a garden, position lights so the walkways are adequately and properly illuminated. For an area with impressive trees, maybe your purpose is to draw attention to them. To improve security, you will work to enhancing visibility in a location.
MEYER ELECTRICAL SERVICES
Electrical Contractor in Bethesda, MD since 1991