Posts Tagged ‘residential’

Caron Electric appears in PBS’s “Ask This Old House”

January 26, 2012

The new year of 2012 has started with some very exciting news. Mr. Caron had the pleasure of working with PBS and “Ask This Old House” for the second time. This episode covers the installation of an upgrade to 200amp for a residential home.  The episode details what happens when you take an existing service and replace it with a larger more common 200amp electrical service. It is amazing the time and effort that actually goes into taping and editing a television show, we would like to thank everyone associated with the show for their hard work and dedication. We are AMPED up about sharing this awesome news. You can watch the full episode directly at PBS: http://video.pbs.org/video/2186573603

2010 Bring it ON!

January 25, 2010

Well it’s been months since I have made an entry into the Caron Blog.  Which can only mean the phones are ringing and customers are getting service 🙂

I am excited for what the New Year will bring.

Caron is happy to introduce our newest apprentices – Jeff, Kevin and Jimmy. We are proud to work with our local Trade schools and are glad to know such great quality employees coming from Minuteman Tech and Shawsheen. Caron takes pride in helping mold these fine young men into high quality tradesmen for the future of our industry.

Our Generator installation and service division has been busy setting up customers with “Emergency Power” at their fingertips. Knowing what happened last year during the ice storm our customers have taken the stance BRING IT ON and prepared themselves with hands free automatic backup power from a Kohler Generator. I could write a book about all the benefits a home backup generator can bring to your life – instead get a free consultation by calling 800.440.9940 or service@caronelectric.com

Many customers still have questions about what rebates and tax credits are out there for home owners in 2010. Since we are not experts in this area I answer questions on a case to case basis. If you have a question regarding work in your home and what discounts, credits, etc. may be available take a moment and respond here or by email at max@caronelectric.com  I will respond with 48 hours or sooner.