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" arrived on time for the installation of the fixture. He is professional and very courteous. He installed the fixture quickly and cleaned" up afterwards. He is very personable and a terrific electrician. He came out a couple years ago and installed a ceiling fan for me too. I am very pleased with and will highly recommend this company to my friends.

-Ann W.

"We had and Bath do the remodel of our master bathroom in January. We were so happy with the work that they had done on the bathroom that" there was no question who we were going to use to update the kitchen. The initial consultation took place in April and the job was booked in June. The cabinets were 17 years old and showing it, the counter tops were white , and the back splash was plain white tiles. We discussed the pros and cons of replacing or refinishing the cabinets with our project manager. Additionally, we asked for guidance on what to do with the box lighting and placement of the microwave. The project manager suggested that we install under cabinet lighting to highlight the back splash and counter tops as well as bringing more light to the work areas. We were given advice that made the project a success. We made several trips to the Tile Store looking for inspiration for the back splash and settled on a natural stone. Additionally, we traveled between the Tile Store and Top Masters to get a better idea how the tile we were considering would look next to the granite we were considering. Work started on August 18 with the removal of the counter tops, sink, and removal of the back splash. The & Bath (MK&B) workers covered the hard wood flooring with cardboard and installed a plastic wall at the end of the kitchen to contain the dust from the demolition. Top Masters came in to measure for the new granite counter tops. While waiting for the granite, the workers installed the under cabinet lighting, repainted the light box, and prepared the surface for the new back splash. Once Top Masters had installed the new granite the MK&B workers reconnected the sink and installed the new faucet that we had selected. Per design, there was one seam in the granite cabinet. The Top Masters installer was justifiably proud of the scant seam. Unfortunately I did not like the light epoxy color which seemed to emphasize the seam. MK&B's installer agreed with me and contacted Top Masters on our behalf. We also made one change which affected Top Masters. We originally had planned on a stand alone , however, we found a set-in at Nebraska Furniture Mart for $100 more than what we were going to pay for the stand alone. This required an additional piece of granite to fill in behind the . MK&B and Top Masters handled this change and the grout color change with no difficulty. One feature that we debated was where to locate the microwave. Originally, the microwave was on the counter and a non-vented hood was above the . We weren't sure if we had enough clearance to put the microwave above the . On one of many shopping trips to Nebraska Furniture Mart, we were given the clearances we needed to properly install the microwave above the . It turned out that we had the space needed and decided to put the microwave over the . We ended up purchasing the microwave, dishwasher, and refrigerator from Factory Direct Appliances. The MK&B workers installed the , dishwasher, and microwave. The refrigerator was delayed and was installed by Factory Direct. The work performed by MK&B was completed in mid-September. MK&B brought in Cabinet ReStyling & Custom Painted Furniture to do the cabinet refinishing. They were actually the 2nd cabinet finishing subcontractor that we met with. looked at our granite and back splash samples and suggested a paint color that was spot on correct. Her advice was a welcome "freebie" and generated goodwill. We're very happy with the color. The cabinet work began in mid October. They removed the doors and drawers and took them with them to remove the old hardware, clean them, and glaze them. They came back and spent three days doing the frames and sides of the cabinets. Two days later they returned and rehung the doors with the new hardware and put the drawers back in. The final day nearly ended on its head when we opened the boxes and found that we were shipped the wrong color hardware. Cabinet ReStyling & Custom Painted Furniture got on the phone to coordinate with MK&B and jumped in their car to go pick up the correct hardware to finish the job on time. With the completion of the cabinet glazing the kitchen remodel project was completed and we now have a kitchen with a big WOW factor.

-Mike M.

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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


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


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.


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:



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 -


Lighting Installation reviews in Kansas City


was right on time and got the new switch installed quickly. He had to deal with some weird wiring in an old house but got everything working fine. I would not hesitate to call this company again.
- Mary A.

I contacted through Angie's list messaging one night around 8:00pm. He returned by email within an hour!! I didn't expect to hear anything until the morning. After chatting back and forth a few times, we agreed on a day at approximately 9:00am (I live in Liberty, far from his normal area, so I'm sure this was an ...More approx. arrival time due to the distance/traffic). Kid you not, he arrived at 9:01! Right away he asked what we wanted to do first. I made a list priority items, and had all the materials laid out for him. He hung our garage bike racks in 20 mins. Next was the new door bell-- 5 minutes. Next was the new deadbolt--10 minutes. was super fast. If he needed to go to his truck to get something, he hustled. Time was not wasted. Less than an hour into the 2 hour time he finished all the projected I truly needed to be completed. We chatted a few minutes, before we decided to hang some shelves inside the house. He placed them on the wall to see if I liked them in that spot, we moved them a couple spots, and remained patient the whole time. When he hung the shelves into our studs, had the appropriate materials in his tool kit. After the shelves we had about 30 minutes left. He asked "what else?". I had my husband's taxidermy deer to hang. He hung that in another 5 minutes! I had NO complaints about . It was easy. He makes those projects that you've been putting off very fast, fun, and relaxed. As he completed his projects, we talked. I could tell he's knowledgable in many other areas of house projects too. I will hire him again! Thanks !
- Rachel S.

Our initial contractor did great work on the first 75% of the project but was unable to finish. We presented with the list of what remained to be done and he was able to complete most of the work in two weeks time. He is very skilled and does high quality work in a very professional manner.
- Richard M.

I wish I was writing a very different review right now. We met the Project Manager/Owner ( ) while we were shopping for houses in preparation to move to City from St. . He was recommended to us by our Real Estate agent, and he met us at the house to give an estimate as to the cost/timing ...More of a remodel of the house we were at that time considering. He estimated the work at $75K, and said that he could have it done in 4 weeks. It would be tight, and he couldn't guarantee he wouldn't go over a little bit, but it could be done.
The timing was important to us, as we were in corporate housing and set to run out of time in the corporate apartment in 4 weeks. He met us at the house the day we closed and had sub-contractors there to start demoing the work. He initiated the project with an estimate for the kitchen, telling us that we would get additional estimates and contracts, as well as receipts and paid invoices as we worked through the project. The first two weeks went really slow. It was clear that there was no way we were going to be finished in two more weeks. So, we agreed to extend our corporate apartment by two weeks, as told us that two another week would do it. He expressed extreme relief and gratitude at the news that we would extend the deadline by a week.
After a week it was clear that it wouldn't be done, so we extended another week.
Two more weeks went by, and we still didn't have painted walls or finished floors. I ordered all my own fixtures, because I didn't see anything progress on that front. He asked for another extension. We asked him for an outline of the project timing, costs, paid invoices, and receipts. We were supposed to meet the next day to review all the information. Instead, we got a call from his wife saying that he wouldn't be able to meet us because he had a "cardiac event". He appointed one of his subcontractors to oversee the work and keep the work going. But we didn't get to meet with him. We didn't get additional insight into where we were in the job or estimates, etc. It was a nightmare. In hindsight, I should have stopped the work there and settled up, but EVERYTHING was half done, and with sub-contractors that had relationships with HIM. So, it seemed like we were over a barrel. And the fixtures just sat there the whole time, gathering dust.
We had to extend again by two more weeks... Again, he apologized for letting us down and expressed gratitude, telling me over and over again that he wasn't even going to make 10% on this job because of all the issues. Then, he went on to say it was a good thing his wife was his " momma", because he really wasn't in it for the money. And, I expressed concern that we had already extended twice. My question was how I could be sure that we wouldn't be having this conversation again in two weeks. He said "if I'm not done in two weeks, it's because I'll be dead."
The hardwood floors were being finished two days before we were set to move. The appliances were still in the garage, uninstalled, no light fixtures were in place, no toilets, no sinks, etc. But, we went ahead with the move because we were afraid it would never get done without us there to monitor progress. That morning, he sends a text message telling us that we'll probably ruin the hardwood floors if we move in. Too late. The movers were already there ready to unload. (And, we had settled up on 4 additional weeks of housing and storage.)
It was a nightmare on moving day. He had subs in working on things that should've been done weeks ago, while we tried to direct the movers on where to put furniture and attaching pads to every piece that came in the door. The two days after we moved were weekend, and he came over with his son and/or the tiler, and more got done in those two days than ever before. But, still. A few other projects trickled in. The shades I asked him to salvage from the upstairs bedroom, because they were two way and very nice? Apparently, they had "hair on them", so he bought us new ones to install "as a gift to us". The toilet that was supposed to go in the basement sits broken in the garage. The doors that were supposed to be sandblasted so they weren't see through? One is painted over the glass, the other is clear. Guess which one is between the master bedroom and the toilet. You guessed it! The clear one! Then, the "trim guy" came over to install a mantle... About 2 feet above the fireplace, and six inches shy of the of the chimney on either side. Unfinished, in the wrong place, and a box of wood, rather than the solid wood piece we discussed.
His subcontractors had a stack of papertowels on the back of the only working original toilet at one point. The flusher on that toilet broke during construction. It still runs every two minutes. The sewer backed up and raw sewage flooded our basement. Guess what that got blamed on... Baby wipes. Too many baby wipes in the plumbing. WHAT? Nobody flushes baby wipes. (OH - I think I forgot to mention that we were homeless with a 9-month old this entire time... It was awesome.) There are other things that will come to me after I finish writing this, and I'm sure I'll kick myself for not including them.
But the kicker came when we got the bill for $106K. That doesn't even include the $10K we paid in additional moving/storage/rental fees as well as fixtures I paid for. He accounted for $96K in outstanding payments to subcontractors and $10K to himself. For starters, the last number I agreed to was $85K. And, in addition, we never got another project overview with costs, no accounting for paid actual expenses as we went, etc. So, this seemed crazy high. My husband questioned a few of the charges (the subs were his buddies, and it looked really out of line with the other costs), and he threatened us, started cursing and saying that the last guy that tried not to pay him almost ended up in jail. I know this, because I could hear him, even though I wasn't the one on the phone with him. It was absolutely insane, the cursing, the blaming, the accusation that WE were defrauding HIM by allowing him to put charges on his accounts that we weren't going to pay for.... This was nuts.
In the end, we decided to pay it just to avoid any physical harm to our family, and to mentally move on. It is a painful lesson. We know better than to hire someone without properly getting three bids and using Angie's List. We were just in such a time crunch that we didn't do it. And, we paid for it.
- Karen P.

Ric is very, very professional. He knows what he is doing and explains what is going on. The price was very reasonable and I am still amazed that he would come out on a Sunday on his way home from another job. This guy is a gem, hard to find but wonderful once you do. I am very relieved to know that there is someone I can call for any future electrical ...More work. Since we live in a old house, I am sure there will be need.
- Steven D.

The work was done to perfection. was on time, efficient, personable, and got the job done right. He cleaned up when he was finished, and made sure that every detail was complete, even to the point of locating a hard-to-find switch cover plate to match the others. I would definitely use , and ...More again, on my next electrical job. was not the cheapest bid I got for the job, but they were competitive, and the work performed, and the service received made it well worth the extra few dollars.
- Robert C.

The job started well and they came in and laid down protection on the carpets and the job was cleaned up each day. We were ask throughout the job how we felt it was going and if we had any comments. Yes we did and we made some changes which were handled very smoothly. They stayed on the job throughout once started until it was finished. We are very ...More pleased with "KB " and are planning our next job with them in mind.
- Charles M.

Ric was punctual, excellent communication skills, and explained all he was doing. Very competent and knowledgeable. He also answered questions about other electrical concerns with my older home.
Ric takes great pride in doing the job the right way. I would recommend him to anyone needing electrical work, and will be using him again in the future.
- Paul C.

Lighting Companies in Kansas City

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A Hammer for Hire

3022 Campbell
Kansas City

A Handyman & A Greenthumb

30893 W 152nd St
Excelsior Springs

A Team Window Cleaning LLC

2823 NE Wood Creek Ln
Lees Summit

A-Team Electric

7104 N. Holmes
Kansas City

AA Construction

PO Box 945

AB Electrical, Inc.- Electrical and Construction

3336 Paseo Boulevard
Kansas City

AB May

7100 E 50th St
Kansas City

Able Electric of Kansas City LLC

PO Box 34505
Kansas City

Above & Beyond Remodeling

5121 N Washington St
Kansas City

Absolute Building Concepts, LLC

4015 N Buckner Tarsney Rd

Accurate Decks

7731 McGee St
Kansas City

Accurate Dimensions Construction LLC

233 S.W. Greenwich Drive
Lees Summit

Ace Home Maintenance LLC

997 NW 1621st Rd
Bates City


9407 Fairwood Dr
Kansas City

Affordable Energy Solutions

4445 NE Blue Jay Drive
Lees Summit

Affordable Home Repair LLC

7209 N Troost Ave
Kansas City

Agape Home Improvement Co LLC

7811 N Hickory Ct
Kansas City


3232 E 18TH ST
Kansas City

Aldrich Contracting Co

9801 W 106th St

Alejandro Home Design

3601 Main St.
Kansas City

All Metro Construction

310 N Withers Rd Apt G

All Under One Roof

716 S Meadowbrook Street

All Weather Decks

17173 Jessica St

All Wire LLC

36182 W 287th St.

Allegiant Service Group, Inc.


Ambassador Electric

817 NE 41st Street
Kansas City

Andy OnCall

Greater Kansas City Area

Anthony Weir Plumbing & Remodel LLC

8404 E 105th St
Kansas City


Kansas City


Kansas City


9310 W 87TH ST

ASAP Electric

11800 Shawnee Mission Pkwy

Asap Hvac LLC

309 Hill St


12002 E 78TH TER
Kansas City

B&J Textures

11201 Orchard
Kansas City


2212 w 48th ter

Boom Ltd.

212 E 18th Ave.
North Kansas City

Brackmann Construction Inc

1418 N Scott Ave

Bradley-Reade, Inc.

PO Box 516

Built by Design

318 N. Overlook Street,


Blue Springs


Kansas City

Chilsons Lawn and Landscape

7458 NW Rhode Ave
Kansas City

Chux Reconstrux

Po Box 413893
Kansas City


14687 S. Constance St.


Kansas City

Classic Copper Works

9443 Cossey Road


319 E 11TH AVE
Kansas City

Conway Construction

30101 E. Hanna Rd.

CPC Appliance Repair

6221 Webster Ave



Custom Home Services

37403 E Pink Hill Rd
Oak Grove

Dean the Granite Guy

11501 Conser St

Decorating Den Interiors

8116 Clearwater Dr
Kansas City

Dennis Home Repair

601 w colonel dr

Doc's restoration

511 Berry Ave.


7668 Norwood St

Dry Basement Foundation Repair

5121 E Front St
Kansas City

Extreme Electrical Service

1304 S. Clark Ave.


8306 E 235TH ST

Farm and Home Builders Inc

234 NW Plaza Dr

Fatboy Electric Inc

11515 Hickman Mills Dr
Kansas City


P.O. Box 542

Free Energy

605 N High St

Fusion Electric

PO Box 3219

G & G Restoration LLC

24903 Timberlake Drive

Gary Brown Homes, LLC

6 NW Main Street
Lee's Summit

GFI Renovations, LLC

18921 E Valley View Pkwy.


6906 Martindale Rd

Green Lighting Services, LLC

1109 South Clairborne

H&M Construction


Hallowell Contracting

9936 Slevin Ln
Saint Louis

Handyman Barrett LLC

19419 Bryn Mawr Dr

Handyman for Rent

5505 Blue Ridge Blvd

Handyman Matters of Kansas City

7211 NW 83rd St. Suite 330A
Kansas City

Hasenohr Electric Inc

2004 NE 92nd St
Kansas City

Heritage Exterior Design LLC

124 N Prairie Street


14480 W 187 TH TER


1730 S 49TH ST

Hot Shotz Remodeling LLC

1320 ne 107th st
Kansas City

Hupps Custom Cabinets

32750 190th St

Ideal Electrical Services

607 NE Applewood St
Lees Summit

Impact Electrical Solutions LLC

915 W Richwood Dr
Blue Springs

Infinity Home Innovations

1001 NE 83rd Street
Kansas City

Infinity Home Innovations

7905 N Broadway Ave
Kansas City

Ingram Electric Heating and Cooling

12101 State Route 33

Innovative Renovations

7230 West 162nd St.


660 North Lindenwood Dr

JDW Electric LLC

1209 NE 74th St
Kansas City

Jeremy Servies

4908 Johnson Drive

JM Electric LLC

8010 w 98th terr

JMS Tile

315 SE Jackson St

Jo-Kan Improvements Inc

1107 E Ridgeway Dr

K & G Home Renovations

5031 Lees Summit RD
Kansas City


PO BOX 7343

KAL Electric

16279 Kranker Dr

Karl Ross Construction

702 Hawthorne Dr

KB Finishes LTD

7815 NW 74th St
Kansas City

KC Metro Renovations

58 T Street
Lee's Summit

Kelly Reed Contracting

8642 Melrose St


901 E 31ST ST
Kansas City

KS Construction

2505 S16th St

Lamp and Light Electric

808 Main St.

Landworks, Inc.

9317 Woodend Rd

Lawn & Landscape Solutions

15680 S. Keeler Terr.

LED lighting Shop LLC

PO Box 520186

Lityma Construction

7943 Hickman Mills Dr.
Kansas City


Kansas City



Lumberjack Construction Inc.

9431 Somerset Drive

M & M Contracting Co LLC

1208 NW 6th St
Blue Springs

M Gene Norton AIA

9700 W 106th Street

Malnar Remodeling

7415 stearns


4915 NW 88TH TER
Kansas City



Measure Twice Restoration LLC

8011 Paseo Blvd.
Kansas City

Midwest Custom Electric

305 N. Jefferson

Midwest Maintenance Services

PO Box 10542
Kansas City


Kansas City

Mr Electric of Clay County

201 S Commerical Ave

Mr. Fix It's Home Improvement

4627 NE 42nd St
Kansas City

Owen Homes LLC

113 S. Bridge St. PO Box 365

Peak Electric

2205 NW 65th Street
Kansas City

PennTech Inc

1755 SE Hwy AA
Blue Springs

Phaze One Electric

807 E Northview

Phil's Plastering & Painting

5602 Tauromee Avenue

Prestige Electrical Contractors, LLC

1808 N Commercial St

Prestige One Landscaping

3415 Maywood Ct

Pro Deck & Patio Inc

13500 Oak St
Kansas City

Pro Paving & Sealcoating

1217 Nw Scenic Dr Grain Valley
Grain Valley

Projectquote LLC

7123 west 95th street


8609 E 93RD ST
Kansas City

R&R Contracting

800 N.E. 61st Terr.

R.A. Richmond Electric Company

18709 E. 13th Terr. Ct. N.

Remodel Masters

13225 S. Foxridge Dr.

Renovation Pros

909 Jackson Dr

Ric Ginn Electric

PO Box 300092
Kansas City

Rick Peck Remodeling

328 E Nelson St

Rock Creek Roofing and Construction

525 NE Bristol Dr
Lees Summit

Rock Solid Remodeling

5985 NW 48th St
Kansas City

ROL Construction

6320 Brookside Plaza #302
Kansas City

Ryan Electric

9639 Redbud Ln

Service pros

5147 n Richmond ace
Kansas City

Shogren electric

16307 246th

SNJ Construction

7501 NW Tiffany Springs Pkw, Ste. 502
Kansas City

Solarian US

2617 Saint Davids Lane

Solid Ground Remodeling

PO Box 232

Star Energy Consultants

PO Box 6422
Lees Summit

Stephens Electric LLC

506 NE 98th Terrace
Kansas City

Stewart Bunn

8101 Hadley

Stouder Improvements

5910 N Euclid Ave
Kansas City

Stroebele Landscape, Inc

P.O. Box 32298
Kansas City

Suburban Home Services

312 E. 78th Terrace
Kansas City


13216 West 99th Street

Taylor Electric Inc

6001 W 101st St

Te-Tee Light Electrical Services

5305 Lewis Ave
Kansas City

Teague Electric

12425 W 92 St

That K C Painter Guy

12109 Brickyard Rd P O Box 11901
Kansas City

The Hayes Company

1000 E 11th St
Kansas City


9435 Valley Garden Dr
Kansas City

Tinker & Associate

2422 NE 43rd Street
Kansas City

TLC Lawn Care Inc

19600 W 159th St

Tool Time Home Improvement, Inc.

917 Timbercreek Court

Trendsetter Homes & Reodeling

8115 Shawnee Mission Prkwy

Upholstered Elegance

1308 W 11th Street
Kansas City

Uttley Construction

120 S Darrowby Dr


Kansas City


405 Broadway
Kansas City


Kansas City

William McKeone Construction

244 NE Dreamweaver Ave.


10530 MARTY


301 W 73RD ST
Kansas City

World's Best LEDs

1113 NW Hawk Creek Cr
Blue Springs

Worldwide Energy

10413 W 84th Ter

Xtreme Electric

11910 S Moonlight Rd

YESCO Sign & Lighting Service

326 Choctaw St - Suite 2

Young Remodeling

2517 Jefferson St.
Kansas City

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