Generation 3 Electric Inc.
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GEN3 Electric is your friendly neighborhood electricians, specializing in repairing, updating and servicing Philadelphia and Plymouth Meeting building’s indoor and outdoor electrical wiring and lighting. As licensed contractors, our prompt response, honest pricing and respect for your home ensures your 100% satisfaction. Gen3's licensed electricians are trained, certified and current on all electrical standards, ready to solve the myriad of residential electrical problems, from old buildings to new construction. We are also a 203k certified contractor. Gen3 was proud to be named 2012 Best of Philly - Best Electrician and an Angie's List Super Service Award winner since 2006. We support local neighborhood associations through community events and promote sustainable business practices.

Services Provided
Ceiling Fan Installation, Ceiling Fan Repair, Circuit Breaker Installation & Repair, Deck Lighting Installation, Electrical Inspection, Electrical Installation, Electrical Outlet & Light Switch Installation, Electrical Repair, Exhaust Fan Installation, GFCI Outlet Installation, Home Extensions, House Wiring, Lighting Design, Lighting Installation, Outdoor Lighting Installation, Pool Lighting Installation, Recessed Lighting Installation, Smoke Detector Installation, Thermostat Installation, Thermostat Repair, Mini Splits

Areas Served
Aldan, Bala Cynwyd, Broomall, Chester, Conshohocken, Darby, Drexel Hill, Folsom, Glenolden, Lansdowne, Lindenwold, Narberth, Oaklyn, Penn Wynne, Philadelphia, Springfield, Stratford, Wood-Lynne, Woodlyn, Wyndmoor, Yeadon, Media, Swarthmore, Rose Valley, Upper Providence

Certifications and Awards
Licensed & Insured Electricians; 2016 Philly.com Reader's Choice - Best Electrician; 2012 Philadelphia Magazine Best of Philly - Best Electrician; 203k Certified Contractor; Angie's List Super Service Award Winner since 2006;
Contact: Bill Lutz
Location: 1257 S 26Th St
Philadelphia, PA 19146
License Number: PA015898
Typical Job Costs: $125 - 25,000
Financing available: PayPal Bill Me Later, GE Capital; estimate provided prior to any work implemented; All Major Credit Cards accepted
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Commented: hHstorical Philadelphia's queens' kitchen remodel What do you like about the kitchen in the picture? The basic layout and design done with stock finishes can be done reasonable but after that the costs climb.
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Commented: Air conditioning in historic home That is a really good question. I'm looking for a way to communicate the answers in a way the accounts for all the different variables. A rule of thumb could be to expect to pay between $900 & $14...
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Commented: Is a ductless heat pump a good idea for a small 1937 house? We are installing Mitsubishi hyperheat ductless HVAC and they work so well we decided to use one for our office. This allowed us to remove an old heater and reclaim the closet space.
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Commented: Can new electrical wiring be added without tearing down walls? You need to rewire home every so often. I personally would not trust wiring over 60 years of age for my family. My in laws well theirs can be a bit older. It really comes down to your risk tolerance. ...
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