Reviews for Miami Electricians
I had multiple dead ceiling lights and my microwave kept flipping the breaker. I was worried that my 1970 condo building (Village of Kings Creek) had the dreaded aluminum wiring and anticipated having to replace the old circuit box and possibly rewire my entire condo. Yes, I always go to the worst case, apocalyptic scenario.
I had been thinking about under cabinet lighting for quite a while and asked
I will most certainly be recommending
Two items in the in the fine print escaped. (My bad. I did read the fine print and highlighted two items but these two escaped me.) a) $99 extra for a flush-to-the-wall panel. I never imagined there was any other kind. b)"Deal does not include drywall repair." I now have an above panel, a below panel and a slight side panel hole in the wall to repair myself.
The contractor was honest. But should these be "fine print" items? Caveat emptor.
When I made my online order I requested an upgrade from a 100 amp service to 150 amp service. When the estimator came by I repeated this. When the installers came they said they only had a 100 amp panel in the van. (On the plus side I don't have to pay $2k for an outside upgrade.
A new surge protector was part of the deal. It was not installed. I forget why - it was explained to me - perhaps because of the outside service.
My water heater was not correctly connected. As soon as I called they fixed it, and explained the reason. No complaint here. Then my washing machine didn't work. I missed a weekend wash. Turned out it was just unplugged. I should have caught that myself. But the point is: contractors should return things back to how they found them. (I think that speaks to the drywall issue.)
Price: Good but not great. Because:
$99 for a flush panel that should be automatic.
$??? for drywall repair.