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"
's estimate was higher than others', and the reviews we read here and on Yelp indicated that
can be easily" insulted and quirky, but we picked them anyway because their schedule met our needs,
seemed to have a good eye for design, and because the carpenter (
) and plasterer (
) got good reviews for quality. I can confirm that
does have an eye for design and project planning, and that
's rough carpentry and
's plastering work is very good. However, I would strongly caution anyone against hiring this company for crown molding, or probably any other kind of finish carpentry, and I would generally caution anyone against working with
unless you get all of your expectations about the quality of the work committed to on paper. Ask lots of questions about the specific skill set of the crew for each bit of work, and exactly what the finished results will look like, and what they will do if things don't end up that way. Buyer beware. I went to the project site several times to inspect progress. The rough carpentry and plastering were done nicely. On my third trip, to see the freshly installed crown molding, I could see that it had not been mitered at the correct
in several corners, such that the edges lined up unevenly. This left a "lip" in some cases where one
extended past another, and a "gap" in other cases where some or all of the
didn't meet the
of the neighboring piece. In still other cases where the crown molding was just supposed to stop rather than wrap around a corner, there was a gap between the "return" piece and the wall. Finally, along the length of the crown molding, there was a clearly visible gap where the crown molding meets the wall, in some places as much as 1/8"-1/4" wide, which was very visible from most vantage points. I called
as soon as I saw these issues and he assured me that this was just the roughing-in step, and that they had a whole second day reserved to fix up everything with caulk (tubes of DAP). I expressed concern that some of the gaps seemed rather large to fix with caulk, and that I didn't understand how mismatched edges (particularly protruding corners) were going to be fixed with caulk and leave a smooth, paintable surface. He assured me it would produce a good result. That evening after work I researched crown molding installation issues and learned that caulk is indeed a standard solution to very small cracks, but that professional-grade work doesn't require a lot of caulk, especially not in corners, where the two mitered edges are supposed to line up without a big gap or a lip. I wrote
an email explaining my concerns, and in the morning we talked on the phone and agreed to meet at the project site. This is the point in our project where
started to exhibit seriously unprofessional behavior. When I got there, he was removing masking tape from the floor and first just ignored me while I crouched next to him saying hello. (Update 11/24 - the tape appears to have permanently marred the floor in that one location, which I didn't notice until two days later.) I started walking around the rooms inspecting the crown molding and
joined me after a few minutes. We agreed to walk the whole apartment together. Many of the small gaps between the lower
of the crown molding and the wall had been effectively sealed with caulk, but there were still small gaps along some of the seams, one whole room hadn't been addressed at all, and the largest gap (a 1/4" gap about 2 feet long) was still just as wide. I mentioned that my online research said that for gaps this large, one needs to use plaster to re-grade the wall to meet the molding.
didn't respond. As we walked through the apartment, he trailed sullenly behind me by several feet, sometimes looking at his feet or out the window as I pointed at various spots, calmly pointing out mismatched edges. I said some were so mismatched that they might need to be recut if it's not possible to make the mismatch disappear with caulking and patching.
said nothing. We got done walking the whole apartment and then we were interrupted by a phone call I'd been waiting on. When I tried to resume the conversation,
said they all needed to get to work, and didn't I have to get to work, too? I told him yes, but that I wanted to know what his thoughts were on the various issues I'd pointed out. He said curtly that they would spend some time that day fixing those spots as I wanted, in addition to re-placing the doorbell ringer back where it goes (which had left an exposed hole in the wall), and cleaning up the project site. Then he opened the door for me to leave. Seriously unprofessional. Later in the day he called and said they were done, that the only thing left for them to do was to install some folding closet doors that hadn't arrived yet. The next morning I went to the project site again, and noticed a few improvements, several remaining deficiencies, and a few ADDITIONAL issues. Along the length of the crown molding, most of the thin gaps had been effectively filled with smooth caulk, with no leakage onto the adjacent wall. The 1/4" gap was filled with caulk, too, and it didn't look good. A couple of the corners looked better, but many did not. He said they had used plaster and sanding to re-work the mis-matched corners, but I saw no evidence of this, just caulking and clear glue. Indeed, several corners looked WORSE than the day before because there were now big globs of plasticky caulking on the surface of the crown molding, and even smeared on the walls below in several spots. The doorbell ringer had not been moved back into place, so there was a clearly visible hole in the wall above my front door. I also noticed two things that had escaped my attention previously: some newly installed baseboards produced very poorly matched edges, such that both have a very visible "lip" of wood protruding past the adjacent piece; and a bit of trim that was supposed to be installed around the top of a support column was missing. So I called
again, and told him that some things definitely looked better, but also explained the issues I was still seeing. I started talking about the crown molding, and he flatly stated that they are "DONE dealing with the crown molding." I said it's not done, though. He said they're "DONE with it!" and that I'll "have to hire someone else" if I want it fixed any further. I told him I can't pay him his last installment if the work isn't done, and he said fine, and that he would return the spare keys he still had. I sent him a follow-up email with photos showing examples of the problems I was still seeing with the crown molding, and also detailed the other few items that still needed to be done (the folding closet doors, the doorbell, the column trim, and removal of a small pile of construction debris from my back porch) and said that, independent ofthe crown molding issue, these items needed to be done or I would consider him in breach of contract. I also wrote and posted the first version of this review, ending with "I hope to update this later with a more positive outcome." The next day I'd arranged to start painting with two friends - I planned to start with the ceilings in the hope that the crown molding issue might yet be resolved.
emailed and called to say that
would be back to deal with the four items I'd emailed him about. I said fine.
showed up and started working on those items and our little painting crew stayed out of his way. An hour or so later,
showed up and was suddenly civil, even cordial, asking if we might talk privately somewhere. He asked if he might hear my concerns again. This time he listened. He asked clarifying questions. He got up on a step ladder to look closely at what I was talking about. Ultimately he decided to send
on to the next job while he,
, stayed behind to give it a last shot with the crown molding, using caulk and Patch-n-Paint. It was like talking to a completely different person. Admittedly, at that point I was so concerned that I'd be left with crappy crown molding that I ratcheted down my expectations. I didn't bring up the two-foot-long, 1/4" gap between one wall and the crown molding above it, which
had stuffed with a thick bead of caulking and which is still clearly visible as a cheap fix. I gave up the idea that anyone was going to recut the two bits of baseboard that meet very poorly at two corners. And I was willing to accept any amount of improvement in the worst of the mismatched crown corners. To
's credit, he did a good job fixing almost every problematic corner, spending several hours sanding, patching, caulking, smoothing, and removing most of the glops that had been messily smeared on neighboring surfaces. (The next day I did a few more touch-ups to the crown, and still need to revisit the baseboards to see if additional patching and sanding will bring them in line, but it's WAY less work left for me to deal with than before.) So then I had to wonder why this was all so contentious and difficult in the first place. I never raised my voice or was nasty in any way that might warrant such unprofessional behavior. It was confusing when he suddenly switched 180 back to the civil, agreeable person I'd met on day one, offering me a handshake and asking "Are we OK?" It reminded me of the time I lived with a manic depressive roommate for a year - you just never knew which person was going to be there when you got home.

-Stefanie S.

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"It went just about perfectly.
is very responsive and professional. He showed up on time and got everything done in the timeframe we planned." He and the guy he was working with both worked very hard to get things done quickly and properly. It was pretty amazing to watch - they are quite skilled at running wires behind walls while making only minimal holes to be patched up later.

-Jeremy T.

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THE Cost of the recessed light is largly determinate on Where ,You purchase the product and the number you buy .Big Box dicount stores have products made oversea's that are less expensive than those found at Custom Bath & Kitchen Stores , but the products are often riddled with problems , missing parts , defects etc,

 

A typical light will run $ 35.00 to $ 85.00

 

However , the true cost of recessed lighting is involved in getting circuits or circuity to the switch and lighting system .In NEW construction , this matter is easily dealt with by installing circuits and   hardware during framing . Whereas , with remodeling , installing new lighting into existing spaces , requires wall & ceiling opening ,closure , repair , repainting & finishing

 

I have been involved in projects where the lighting cost but $500.00 ,,

while the installation & finishing costs exceeded $ 2500.00

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Here is about the same question (for 1 fan) a while back, with answer:

http://answers.angieslist.com/how-cost-install-ceiling-fan-ceiling-light-exists-q46721.aspx

Your total cost could be from 1.5-3 times that shown in the answer, depending on how much of the wiring for the three fans he can combine - i.e. can he easily run one power circuit for all 3 fans, then just tap off that for switches and runs to the fans, are they fans only or with lights (double the wiring and switches), etc. Note the costs do NOT include drywall/panelling repair or painting to match. Also, you are going to be near the top end of the estimates, because in all probability your access is poor, and 3 fans are almost certain to require a totally new run from the breaker box.

Unless you have an open exposed-joist attic above where the fans are to go AND the top of the walls the switches will go in, you can expect substantial holes in walls and ceiling to pull the wires and fasten them - by code, you cannot just pull wires between joist and let them lie on the top of the ceiling drywall - you have to staple them to joists every few feet, so you end up with several 1-2 foot holes typically near top of the wall (to drill through top plate), near side of ceiling to grab and bend wire coming up wall, and maybe one mid-ceiling to reach in and fasten wire, then of course the two openings that are ultimately fully concealed by the switch plate and the fan mounting plate or dome.

Before you get into this project I would check with the condo management if you are allowed to do this - there are limits to how much you can modify your condo and how much you can modify or add in the way of electric circuits.

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Ahhhh - the light bulb comes on - but I didn't see the rabbit - it must have made it down the hole. Was I right about you upgrading the bulbs from a lower wattage, and that is when they started going out ?

 

I seriously doubt it is the track, from what you say and especially since the one head works fine at various places along the track. My guess - because these are apparently 110V track but 12V transformer INSIDE the head that mounts to the track, I would say it is the transformer overheating - a VERY common thing with modern electronics and cheap transformers from China. Commonly they have a thermal protector that cuts out when overheated, but overheating 2 or 3 times is normally fatal for them. I bet the transformers have fried, and that even the ones still working are smoked and probably have deformed plastic around them.

 

The unit is rated to 75W max, and the bulbs you have are 75W and of a design that provides little airflow around them (zero if you are using the glass cover plates for the heads) and has a lot of heat in the upper portion of it - in my opinion just another dumb design. I will give 10:1 odds there are not air holes in the top of the heads either - UL should ban that practice. 

 

Personally, if it were all new I would return it all for my money back right off. Since the track and some heads are old and you are invested in them already, I would gather up receipts and eMail the manufacturer about the issue, and the number of heads that have gone out (old and new combined) and see what they say. I would suspect they will offer to at least send replacements if you send the receipts and bad heads. I would then return any unused bulbs for credit to wherever you got them, and get different bulbs. You will have to ask the manufacturer if the transformer circuitry can handle MR16 GU5.3 base LED bulbs - Amazon has them, if your heads can take them - will run a LOT cooler. Otherwise, 50 Watt Halogen bulbs should fit and might run cool enough to not overheat ?

 

With transformers in the heads, I would use LED bulbs if compatible with transformer and circuitry.

 

BTW - you did not say if you tried the "dead" bulbs in the "good" heads - my guess (do just a short test) is they will work, and the bulbs are not the problem at all - it is the transformers.

 

Your other option. and what I would do unless you are attached to this style fixture or it is mounted to ceiling permanently and you do not know how to change it (or don't want to), so would cost about $125 for an electrician to come out: is to get what you can in refund from the manufacturer (or distributor, if they have good defect return policy), scrap the whole system, and save a LOT of money in the long run on energy costs by going to a 120V CFL or LED bulb system. Use LED if this is a short-term use system, or CFL only if one that will be on for many hours at a time - they burn out quick in frequent short use applications, but go seems like forever in long term use. I have one 60W (equivalent) GE CFL that I use as a nightlight but stays on 24/365 and has been on continuously for over 4 years without burning out. A number of identical ones we tried in applications where they were only on for a few minutes at a time went back under warranty after in a few months. If you are looking for a true "spot" light, then I recommend LED anyway, unless you don't like their "artificial" light.

 

Here is the info sheet on your unit, with company contact info at bottom:

http://www.noralighting.com/uploads/specs/NTL-202_2202.pdf

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Depends a tremendous amount on access - if accessible from exposed-joist in attic above, then you might get this for about $300-500 or so for the wiring and installation, plus $200-400 for the materials and dimmer switches, plus the cost of the light fixtures themselves. Probably about $100-150 to repair ceiling if single hole for one fixture, to $200-300 if existing trough-type flourescent fixtures. Painting the repair could be $100 - 250 depending on whether he can match the patch, or has to repaint the entire ceiling to get a uniform effect - which is more common in kitchens, which usually have untextured ceilings and gloss paint. Another alternative it is have the hole patched and prime and plain paint it yourself, then cover the area with a decorative emblem or crest to avoid having to repaint the whole ceiling. Personally I would just put a compatible style fixture in its place, which you might or might not choose to use, so you avoid the cost of repairing the hole and painting entirely, as that is "lost" $.

If the kitchen/dining room ceiling is not accessible from above, then the electrician will have to tear into wall and ceilings, so installation labor might go to $400-600, and drywall reapir and painting probably to about $400-600, depending on how many holes the elecrtrician has to put in and assuming entire surface painting to get a uniform paint look on each disturbed wall or ceiling.

One possibility for savings might be low voltage lighting for some of the kithcen fixtures, which might reduce your wiring cost and number of holes if you do not have attic access.

Be careful on the dimmable LED bulbs - be aware that dimmable bulbs generally cost a lot more, and many brands don't perform well in dimming mode because they are designed to run at a constant voltage, and a lot will not dim past about 40% power before they flick out or start flickering. Some will actually fry the electronics and burn up at lower voltage. Also, there are three different types of dimmers and different bulbs need a different type dimmer switch, so you will have to be careful to always buy the right type bulb, and use all the same type bulb in a given circuit. Here is an article on the types of problmes you can have with LED dimming, even with bulbs designed to be dimmed -

http://www.lutron.com/en-US/Education-Training/Pages/LCE/DimmingCFLsandLEDs.aspx

Lighting Installation reviews in Boston

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To put it simply, this experience was phenomenal.
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came to provide a quote right for what i was originally planning on just installing new lighting and a new panel. After demolition I found that my electrical was completely out dated, and needed a full overhaul. No questions asked,
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upgraded the whole system with his assistant. All this work was done within 4 1/2 hours. Unbelievable. I have been and will be recommending
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to all of my friends and colleagues.
Also, I find communication very important.
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has always responded to an email, text or phone call right away. This is certainly not the norm.
- DAVID K.
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was very cordial, affable and competent. He arrived on time with his toolbag and examined the breaker box in the basement. After he made his adjustments,
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checked the outlet that had no power prior to his arrival and the outside light on the deck to verify that the problem was solved. He was also very careful and neat, so there was nothing to cleanup after he left. I have already recommended him to several of my friends in East Boston in the event that they need the services of an electrician.
- Linda G.
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Since this the work was for a property in Boston and I live in NYC it was crucial for me to find someone who could:
A. Get the job done in a timely manner
B. Communicate cost and work needed
C. Reasonable cost
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Electric came in with flying colors and I would highly recommend his company to anyone needing electrical works.
- Cal H.
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Cost of service includes $180 charge to attend initial project inspection by NStar. A few delays occurred, all related to coordination with Boston and NStar inspectors. Also, a return visit for rework was attributed to an unconfirmed dispute with the Boston inspector's over losing an earlier arbitration dispute with
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did not charge for the extra work and his workmanship was excellent throughout.
- Thomas B.
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This electrician is very unprofessional. After coming to my condo for an estimate, we agreed upon a scope of work and price. He then asked me for contact info to send his license and insurance info which I supplied immediately. I live in a newer loft building in the city. Less than 24 hours before the job, he canceled to take another job and told me to find another electrician (by email). No phone call. don't waste your time. Find another electrician!
- Elisa G.
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The guys were incredibly prompt and efficient in doing the work. They arrived on time every single day, and worked long hours each day until the work was completed.
We could not be happier with the quality of the work and the excellent price to have all this work done.
We are so impressed, that we are actually using this company for other jobs around the house, including painting a ceiling that is in a state of disrepair (an on-going project).
- Nicholas B.
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I was very happy with their work and liked the fact that they let me do some prep work myself, saving me a lot on the cost of the project (I dug the trench for the new line from the house, removed an old fixture, and did some prep work for installing exterior lights). I also liked the fact that
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was upfront about the hourly charge for her labor. She was very good to work with and helped me understand the options available, so I could make an informed choice about what to do. Her advice was excellent and I'm very happy with the end result. I would highly recommend
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and
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- Simone P.
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Shortly after my first tenants moved in, I found that the bells to the upstairs and downstairs apartments were not working properly. I went to my, by now indispensable source, Angie's list, and found that
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was highly rated. I called him to arrange for work on 1-13-2012. He was responsive, prompt and professional in his dealings with me.

While he was working on the bells, I showed him some work in the basement: to tie all lights to one switch, that had not been finished by my previous contractors (unfortunately not found in Angie's List before I was a member). He and his colleague carefully threaded the wires between the ceiling and the floor and tied them to the switch.
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pointed out that the previous contractors had not properly grounded the switch and the box was melting. He corrected this.

I was exceedingly pleased with his work, the lighting worked perfectly, making my basement a much more inviting space, and his charge, for the time and effort he put in was more than reasonable.

I have been delighted with the work
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has done and would, without hesitation or reservation, call upon him in the future. I highly recommend him and his team to other Angie's list members.
- Evan M.

Lighting Companies in Boston

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3D Auto Works Inc

One Industrial Dr

A & S Electric, Inc.

4 Shadowbrook Ln Apt 30
Milford

A D CONSTRUCTION LLC

22 Milford Street
Boston

A Few Good Tradesmen

52 Harvard St.
Dedham

A-1 Dependable Electric

10 Farwell Ave
Hyde Park

AA Contracting

20 Cedar Ave
Randolph

ACORN TREE & LANDSCAPING INC

513 CODMAN HILL RD
Boxborough

ADILSON ELECTRIC SERVICES

967 BROADWAY
Everett

Adrian Courtade & Son Electric

9 Bainbridge Rd
Bellingham

Advanced Electric

55 woodman circle
Weymouth

Advanced Electrical

724 Willard St
Quincy

Advanced Electrical Service

560 Massapoag Ave
Sharon

Advanced Electrical Service Co

P.O. Box 761207
Melrose

Amaral Industries Inc

38C Maple St
Bellingham

AMBER BLUE

10 LIBERTY SQ
Boston

AMG ELECTRIC

746 Saratoga St
Boston

Andujar's Home Improvement

28 Short St
East Walpole

Anzivino Electric Corp

2 Thomas Street
Woburn

Appel Electric Co Inc

P.O. Box 838
Stoughton

APPLETON ANTIQUE LIGHTING

801 BOYLSTON ST
Chestnut Hill

Artistry Bath Works

37 Main St # A
Framingham

ASD Lighting

120 Shawmut Road
Canton

AUBURNDALE BUILDERS

305 AUBURN ST
Auburndale

Aurora Lighting LLC

19 Verona Street

B & B AFFORDABLE RENOVATIONS INC

28 PHILLIPS BROOKS RD
Westwood

B P Logue & Co

3 Industrial Way
Tyngsboro

BAJ Construction Corp

2 Rhodes Pl
Hingham

Barry O Connor Electrician

890 Adams St
Boston

Bauman Remodeling

80 Emmett Ave
Dedham

Bennett Painting Plus

6 Russell Trufant Rd
Carver

BENTO CONTRACTING INC

18 TIMOTHY AVE
Everett

Bergsten Music Inc.

85 Research Rd
Hingham

Bertola Custom Homes & Remodeling

248 River Street
Waltham

Best Home Improvement

380 Broadway
Malden

BIRCH & WILLOW

316 SUMMER
Boston

Blake Painting & Remodeling

47 Stanley St
Dorchester

BLANCO Y NEGRO PUBLICIDAD

18 Meridian st.
Boston

Bob Mahoney Electric

78 Linwood Street
Lynn

Bogen Electric LLC

35 Healdville Rd
Hubbardston

BOISSONNEAULT ELECTRIC CORP

36 Chuck Drive
Dracut

Bonafide Home Inspections

4 Green Way
Chelmsford

Boston Building Resources

100 Terrace St
Boston

Boston Casino Events

123 Liberty Street
Danvers

Boston Main Electrical Corp

470 Atlantic Ave
Boston

Brendan P Sullivan Electric

16 West St
Pembroke

BRISTOW ELECTRIC CO INC

74 FOREST ST
Attleboro

Britton Homes LLC

37 Hawthorne Rd
Ashland

Carlos Marini Electrician

483 Chestnut St
Franklin

Carnazzo Construction

Bennett Street
Wakefield

Castle Electric, Inc.

106 Access Rd
Norwood

Cederholm Electrical Contractors

14 Clapp Ave.
Weymouth

Chris Powers Electrician

10 Cole St
Kingston

Chrisicos Interiors LLC

8 Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Boston

CJ's Finish Carpentry

505 Maple St
Danvers

Classic Copper Works

9337 Spring Cypress Rd

Colin Bradley Master Electrician

11 Madeline Street
Brighton

Colman Electric

351 Cambridge St
Cambridge

CONCORD LAMP & SHADE

21 WALDEN ST
Concord

Conservation Services Group Inc

50 Washington St
Westborough

Context Studios LLC

3 Lanes End
Framingham

Cranney Home Services

24 Water Street
Danvers

CRE TSOLIAS LICENSED ELECTRICIAN

15 Dunster Rd.
Jamaica Plain

Creative Edge Pools and Spa

382 Middlesex Ave
Wilmington

Cromer Remodeling

40 CHESTER AVE
Waltham

CSA Construction Services LLC

20 Mooney St
Cambridge

Curtis Knight Entertainment

644 Boston Road
Billerica

D & R Electric Corp

112 Dexter Ave
Watertown

D C KAUFMAN ELECTRICAL INC

18 Bailey Pl
Newtonville

D&E Construction

PO Box 870267
Milton Village

D's Electric

17 Woodworth St
Boston

Dan and Mikey

51 village st

Dan Brown Electric

78 Plain St
Middleboro

DAN DRISCOLL ELECTRIC CO

7 Meier Farm
Whitman

Dan Mcgrath

Somerville

David Leone Electrician

180 Falcon St
Boston

DDA Home Remodel

55 Selwyn St
Roslindale

Decor Custom Interiors

26 South Street
Westborough

Dedham Cabinet Shop Inc

928 Providence Hwy
Dedham

Dedominici & Sons Remodeling

500 Colonial Drive
Ipswich

Dignan Electric

46 Brackett Rd
Newton

DiOrio Builders and Designers Inc

5050 Washington St
West Roxbury

DJ Kase

105 Constitution Ave.
South Weymouth

DONOVAN ELECTRIC CO

127 MILTON ST
Dedham

DPH Electric

67 Darrow St
Quincy

Drinkwater & Sons Electric

28 Hampshire St
Lawrence

ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY INC

400 W CUMMINGS PRK
Woburn

ELECTRICIANS & CO INC

101 MAIN ST
Malden

ELLIOTT ELECTRIC

66 CHARLES ST
Boston

ELSNER ELECTRIC & SECURITY

PO BOX 468
Randolph

F Kempes General Contractor

62 Valley St
Malden

Fazio Electric Inc

Centerville
Centerville

Foley Electric

43 Walnut Ave
Braintree

Fresh Start Contracting

94 Park Avenue
Belmont

Friece Electrical Service Inc

596 Boston Providence Tpke Ste 3
Norwood

FUN ANTIQUES

2230 MASSACHUSETTS AVE
Cambridge

FX Electric

585 King St
Littleton

G.Jones & Companies LLC

5 chickatawbut rd
Framingham

Galway Electric Co. Inc.

329 Great Plain Ave
Needham

Gary Ferzoco Electric

P.O. Box 32
Roslindale

Gary Kuhlman Electric

24 Pinewood Rd
Peabody

Gem Plumbing & Heating

1 Wellington Rd

GERALD VENEZIA INTERIORS

516 East 2nd Street
Boston

Gibbons Electric

189 Broadway
Arlington

GLYNN ELECTRIC

11 RESNIK RD
Plymouth

GMB ELECTRICAL SERVICE, INC

P.O. BOX 252
Mansfield

Granite City Electric Supply

19 QUINCY AVE.
Quincy

Guild Construction Co

180 Balcom St
Mansfield

Halliday Construction

1408 Centre St
Roslindale

Handyman Fran

23 Falmouth Rd.
Watertown

Handyman Marc And Son

56 slocum st
Attleboro

Handyman Matters of Greater Boston

401 Lowell St
Lexington

HARTE ELECTRIC

155 STRATFORD ST
West Roxbury

Henry Scopa Home Improvements

16 Shetland St
Boston

HILLCREST ELECTRIC CORP

36 Evans Rd
Needham

Hourihane Carpentry

842 Commercial St
Weymouth

Howard's Handyman Services

12 West Ledge Rd.
Clinton

Ian Flanagan

56 Ripley St
Newton Center

IOANNIS POIMENIDIS ELECTRICIAN

487 LAGRANGE ST
West Roxbury

IRRIGATION PLUS

310 CROSS ST
Boylston

ITHomeDesign

30 Newbury St 3rd floor
Boston

J & D LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS

2000 Main St Ste 1
Walpole

J A Electric Co

P.O. Box 301975
Jamaica Plain

J R Maintenance & Remodeling

3 Judith Rd
Chelmsford

J S PETITPAS ELECTRIC

237 GROVE ST
West Roxbury

James J Carleton Electric

PO Box 241
Boston

James M Butler Electric

10 Cowing St
Westroxbury

JAMES M GAVIN ELECTRICIAN

8 DEARBORN RD
Burlington

JAZ Building and Remodeling LLC

4 Minute Man Drive
Bedford

JDD Remodeling

10 Central Ave
Burlington

JDO Electric

Somerville

Jeffrey Willette

14 Cleveland Avenue Apartment 1
Brockton

Jim's Electrical Service

PO Box 4402
Brockton

JJ Construction

23 Hazelwood St
Malden

JJ GALVIN ELECTRIC

164 ADAMS ST
Newton

JMS Electric

20 Rutland St
Hudson

Joe Green Home Solutions Inc

15 Raddin Ter
Saugus

John Butler Electrician

36 Chestnut St
Malden

John Carmody Remodeling

P.O. Box 188
Wayland

Joseph Rocheleau Electrician

29 Glendale St
Maynard

JP McCurdy Electrical Services Inc

17 Walnut Rd
Swampscott

JP O'Brien Electric LLP

12 Oakwood Rd
Wilmington

JTECH ELECTRIC INC

14 Murray Street
Chelsea

Julio Rivera Electrical Contractor

78 South Main st
Milford

KAY'S INTERIORS

198 E Main St
Georgetown

Kehoe Electric

72 Lowell Rd
Pepperell

Keyes North Atlantic

459 Watertown St
Newtonville

KINSALE PLASTERING

23 HALL ST
Somerville

KITCHEN CENTER FRAMINGHAM INC

1 EDGELL RD
Framingham

Kreative AV Inc

103 Willow St
Malden

Landscape Oasis LLC

P.O. Box 262
Norfolk

LEISER ELECTRIC CO

8 SIBLEY RD
Weston

Lighting Retrofit Services, Inc.

234 Ballardvale St.
Wilmington

Littleton Lumber Co

55 White St.
Littleton

Loughlin Electric Inc

20 Industrial Rd
Wrentham

Lowes

15 Commerce Way
Woburn

Luis Jara Home Improvement

5 Seymour St
Roslindale

Lux Renovations, LLC

60 Shawmut Rd
Canton

M. Foley Electric Inc.

69 Arborway
Boston

Mahoney electric

78 Linwood St
Lynn

MALVESTI ELECTRIC

DIVISION ST.
North Attleboro

Manadarina Studio Interior Design

14 Crehore Road
Chestnut Hill

Marco Polo Construction

121 B Tremont St.
Brighton

Markarian Electric LLC

147 Mount Auburn St
Watertown

Mattos Co

15 Waite Ct
Malden

Maven Audio Visual

172 Pollard st.
North Billerica

Maximum Renovations

37 Lawrence st
Watertown

MC GUIRE CO

1 DESIGN CENTER PL
Boston

Mercer Construction

383 Savin Hill Ave
Dorchester

Merlin Handyman

82 Wellsmere Rd
Roslindale

MF Construction USA

15 Hines Ct
Marblehead

MICHAEL NOEL PAINTING

67 DOWNER AVE
Boston

Michael R Fuller Electric

121 Elliot St
Braintree

Mill Creek Contractors

Broadway & Clinton Street
Chelsea

MKF Residential

67 Summer St
Kingston

MODEL MASONRY

15 Eaton Ct
Wellesley Hills

MOON LIGHTING

17 CHANNING RD
Belmont

MORRILL ELECTRIC

142 HAVERHILL RD
Amesbury

Nardone Electrical Corp

100 Winchester St
Medford

National Lumber

112 HIGH ST

National Lumber

25 CENTRAL ST
Berlin

National Lumber

245 Oakland St
Mansfield

National Lumber

33 Mason St
Salem

NEENA'S LIGHTING

380 BOYLSTON ST
Boston

NEENA'S LIGHTING

343 CONGRESS ST
Boston

New Day Energy

13 Foster Ln
Kingston

NEW ENGLAND CONSTRUCTION GROUP

25 Shadow Rd.
Melrose

New England Home Theater

PO Box 335
Hathorne

New England Safety Systems, Inc

680 B Richmond St
East Taunton

Nicholas Tomaszczuk Electric

89 LEBANON ST
Melrose

Nicolazzo Bros Landscape Corp

183 Webster St
West Newton

Northern Lights Electric Inc

50 Orne St
North Attleboro

NOW & THEN

29 GREAT RD
Acton

Nuza Roofing Corporation

112 Patriot Pkwy
Revere

O'Sullivan Installs

25 Sullivan Rd Unit 5
Billerica

Obin Electric Co

430 Amory St.
Jamaica Plain

Only Connect LLC

206 School St
Belmont

OUR HOUSE design+build

59 High St
Reading

Paint It!

76 Salisbury Rd
Watertown

Party Time Events

38 Montvale Ave.
Stoneham

PEARSON ELECTRIC CO

140 JEWETT ST
Newton

Pedersen Electrical Svc

PO Box 1443
Saugus

PEG PREBLE

79 EASTLAND RD
Jamaica Plain

Perry Brothers Construction

PO Box 646
Newburyport

Phil Mastroianni Corporation

17 FOUNTAIN ST
Waltham

Philip's Electric LLC

350 Massachusetts Ave
Arlington

PRATHER CONSTRUCTION CO INC

250 MILTON ST
Dedham

Prestige Kitchen & Bath

150 New Boston St
Woburn

Pros Home Services Inc

449 Boston Post Rd E
Marlborough

Puccio Electric

21 Reardon Road
Medford

PWR WIRING & EMERGENCY

41 BELVIDERE ST
Boston

R & D Audio

550 Adams St
Quincy

R F COOK ELECTRIC CO INC

15 DAY ST
Arlington

R.E.C. Electric

PO Box 1912
Wakefield

R.M.C. SERVICES

31 POPE ST
Hudson

RALPH PILL ELECTRIC

307 DORCHESTER AVE
Boston

RAPID ELECTRICAL & CONTRACTING

55 SYDNEY
Somerville

Rapid Response Electric

4 Jade Walk
Medfield

Remodel Boston

516 East Second Street
Boston

ROBERT CUDMORE

71 MILFORD ST
Medway

Robert Downey

685 Boston Rd
Billerica

Robinson Bros Electric

32 Lasell St
West Roxbury

Robinson's Local Electric

107 Walter St
Roslindale

rolling tones.

PO Box 704

Romilly Services

26 Orchid Dr
Littleton

ROYAL LIGHTING INC

325 HUNTINGTON AVE
Boston

S P V Remodeling

34 Fairview Rd
Stoneham

S. F. HUGHES ELECTRIC, INC

64 Lewis Ave
Walpole

Sasson, Dr. J. Alan

12 Webster St
Brookline

Sean Duffy Electrician

174 Gay Street
Norwood

SEDIA INC

535 ALBANY ST
Boston

Sergio's Renovations

1033 Fellsway
Medford

SGH PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

293 COMMONWEALTH AVE.
Boston

Sherman Electric

48 Musket Rd
Plymouth

SILMAC General Remodeling Inc

34 Wheeler St
Malden

Silverio Construction Co

845 Woburn St
Wilmington

Simons Brothers Inc

17 Conifer Dr
Walpole

Sirois Electric Inc

25 B St Ste 1
Burlington

Socelvic Co

425 Washington St
Brighton

Soffron Electrical

2 Old Town Way
Newbury

Solarian US

2617 Saint Davids Lane

Solid Root Renovations LLC

15 Lowell Ave
Malden, Ma

SOUNDS GOOD CORPORATION

26 FOX RD
Waltham

SPANGLER GROSS COMPANY INC

PO Box 45003
Somerville

Startec Communications

8 Pequot Wy
Canton

STEVE & SONS HOME REPAIR

46 BOSTON AVE
Somerville

Streamline Remodeling

210 Prospect St
South Easton

stuart brown electrician

618 main st.
North Oxford

T & G Electrical

14 Chickering Rd
Dedham

Tavares Electric

40 Holmes Rd
N Attleboro

Tendai Furusa Electrician

55 Middlesex St
N Chelmsford

THANK YOU HANDYMAN

500 WASHINGTON ST
Dedham

The Carpenter's Son

40 Rucille Ave
Weymouth

The Copper House

1747 DOVER RD

The Curtice Group

9 Redmond Ave
North Reading

The House Doctors

349 Marlborough St
Boston

THE ROOM THERAPIST

71 AVON HILL ST
Cambridge

The Veron Company

112 FOREST ST
Marlborough

Thomas Cosgrove

46 stewart st
Quincy

Thomas J. Remodeling LLC

10 Lewis St
Maynard

Thompson Overhead Doors Inc

36 Forest Ave
Natick

Thyne Electric

10 Sunset Rd
Dracut

Tierney Electrical Contracting LLC

3 Appaloosa Cir
Hopkinton

TIMELESS INTERIORS

52 Railroad Ave
South Hamilton

Tingley Electric Services Inc

23A Willow St
Natick

TOAD Inc

8 Harborlight Drive
Plymouth

Tom Curren Companies

225 Riverview Ave
Auburndale

Tompkins Landscape & Irrigation

128 Main St
North Andover

Top Notch Transitional Services

3 Boulevard St
Milton

Total Entertainment

123 Liberty Street
Danvers

Total Temperature Control

39 W Water St
Wakefield

TPRO Electric

650 Broadway
Malden

Trethewey Brothers INC

4280 Washington St
Roslindale

Uncle Wayne's

43 Houghton Street

United Remodeling

PO Box 35466
Brighton

Violetta Interior Design

171 Virginia Road
Waltham

VMA Electric Inc

81 Maple St
Marlborough

VRAPI HOME REPAIR

208 VINE ST
Everett

W E McClellan Builders LLC

67 Elm St.
Plympton

W L STEEVES

22A HARVARD PL
Brookline

Watts Control, Inc.

300 Eliot St.
Ashland

We Show Up

336 Cornell St
Roslindale

Westbrook Electric

3 Olympic Annex

WJ Nowicki Inc

400 Washington St
Holliston

XTM Construction

14 Greenview Street
Framingham

Yale Appliance + Lighting

296 Freeport St
Boston

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