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Sparks Fly A Day in the Life at TMark
Sparks Fly A Day in the Life at TMark

Sparks Fly A Day in the Life at TMark

It’s 7 AM and the coffee is brewing. After a quick breakfast, I hop into my service van and head out to my first job of the day – an electrical panel upgrade in Williamsville.

A Shock to the System

When I arrive, the homeowner explains that their ancient panel has been tripping breakers left and right. A quick inspection confirms their suspicions – the panel is well past its prime and needs to be replaced. I grab my tools and get to work:

  1. Shut off power to the home
  2. Remove the old panel
  3. Install the new, upgraded panel
  4. Reconnect all circuits
  5. Test and verify everything is working properly

A few hours later, the job is done, and the homeowner has peace of mind knowing their electrical system is now safe and up to code.

Keeping Cool in Cheektowaga

Next, I head over to Cheektowaga for an air conditioning repair call. The customer’s A/C unit isn’t cooling properly, so I’ll need to diagnose the issue. After checking the usual suspects (air filter, thermostat settings, etc.), I determine that the compressor has failed. I explain the situation to the customer and provide an estimate for a new compressor installation.

With their approval, I get to work swapping out the old compressor for a new, energy-efficient model. A few hours later, the system is back up and running, and the homeowners can enjoy cool, comfortable air once again.

A Job Well Done

As the day winds down, I head back to the office to wrap up some paperwork and restock my van for tomorrow’s calls. It’s been a busy but rewarding day, helping homeowners in the Cheektowaga and Williamsville areas with their electrical, heating, and cooling needs. I take pride in my work and in knowing that I’ve left each customer’s home a little bit safer and more comfortable than I found it.