Oklahoma City Electricians

in Oklahoma City, OK

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Michael M.
"Immediately returned my call. Had an opening the next day.
came out with his apprentice son. Arrived early. Very skilled and experienced electrician. Friendly." would engage in conversation, but also paid attention to time, work and safety. Offered suggestions and recommendations. Cleaned up afterwards. Pretty much punctual, skilled, experienced, efficient, friendly, and customer oriented.
Rated by
Michael M.
about coming out and doing a bunch of small repairs and installations. He called back and said he was booked for over a month and recommended another" electrician. That electrician came out and did a great job. He could have called, politely told me he was booked, and had me either wait until he was free or go find my own substitute. Instead, he willingly gave up business in order to meet my need. Sometimes the
of a quality organization isn't always just about the work they do, but about the whole business of meeting a customer's need.
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Adam D.
provided one of the all-time worst consumer experiences I've ever encountered. A different
showed up than the one who was scheduled." He was late and did not call to let me know. He charged me $625 to install a showerhead, two of the absolute cheapest hot- and cold-water knobs (without giving me a
to see them in advance; I would have never agreed to have them if I had been able to see how awful they are), and a rubber flapper in the toilet which cost $5.00 and for which I was charged $40. The shower works fine but the knobs are so cheap that it feels like I am showering in a Motel 8 every morning. The toilet is not fixed; it still runs on and wastes water non-stop. And the
left without me having any hot water. I texted him about the next day and did not get any response. Unable to get him on his own phone, I called the office and was finally able to get him on the line. I explained that a) the toilet still did not work properly and b) that I had no hot water at all. The only thing he said in response to this is "It'll be another 80 dollars for me to make a call." So what I've got from
are gimmicky looking shower knobs, a toilet that doesn't work, and no hot water. And, of course, not attempt at correcting the problem. Oh yes: and did I mention that it cost me SIX HUNDRED TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS? I chose these people because they had high ratings on this site, but I have to tell you: Angie's List, you have got this one wrong. These people are incompetent, overpriced, unconcerned with customer service, unresponsive,
, and cavalier nearly to the point of rudeness.

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Electrical reviews in Oklahoma City


The Alliance electrician told me that this would not be an easy or cheap repair because the electrical system was old and needed updating. The cost would be $1,500 to $2,500 to complete the work. Alliance recommended the whole panel should be replaced but he would replace just the 220 box and get power to the dryer (which is what I called them out to do) for $800.00 but he did not recommend doing only that repair. I told Alliance not to do any repairs and we would let them know if we decided to proceed with any work. I called a second electrician for another opinion. The second electrician was able to come out the same day, hooked up the 220 service, and sent me a bill for $130. The dryer works great now. When I got a $69 bill for the service call from Alliance I called to see if anyone was concerned that I was able to get the repair done without paying a month's wages. I was told by
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that Alliance does not do any repairs that are not in compliance with current code. However, the licensed electrician that made the repair told us that the $130 repair was safe and legal. There are certain circumstances where an old house has to be brought up to current code: a remodel that requires a permit, sale of the home where a lender requires the upgrade, etc. I can only imagine how many homeowners of older homes, who could not afford it, have paid Alliance to do a whole house job when all they needed was to get an outlet working. don't let Alliance sell you a Corvette when all you asked for or can afford is a Cobalt.


We are selling our home and the inspector indicated there were a few electrical issues that needed to be corrected.
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confirmed the code requirements and made recommendations accordingly. In addition, the inspector made an incorrect diagnosis and
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was able to explain their mistake and annotated it on our invoice. He replaced 3 electrical outlets and brought them up to code. He repaired a light fixture and discussed electrical code requirements overall.
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was a very nice guy - not at all salesy or pushy - a little shy possibly, but a very good guy. We will absolutely use him for any future electrical needs.
I highly recommend him.

- Bobby A.

Easy to schedule, they showed up on time, very nice installer, did work quickly, inquired if there was anything else I needed done. I thought surely $150 would cover the cost - but their cost to do that was actually $176 so I ended up paying an additional $26. I was surprised because I had recently had similar work done on a rent house with 2 outside lights and 2 inside lights installed - in that case there was no existing fixture and they had to run new lines. That was only $400 - so I thought this company's prices were a little too high. I still stick with my old company because they have better pricing.
- Mindy P.

Only part unhappy with, so far, is that he ran the cable lines but did not put the face on them (not all rooms had cable connected at this time, so will have to cap off on my own) and some of the plans that we discussed initially were not done (but, in his defense, I have not brought this up to him-it was that all backyard lighting was supposed to be controlled by either their local switch or all by one switch in the living room) . He was very nice and liked seeing that he actually walked through his thought process with his 'journeymen' (or whatever they are called). Only a few minor issues with final inspections, which he fixed quickly. Service included placing 2 ground plugs, which came out at the expected location. In my opinion, for a whole house, these are very few and minor issues and doesn't affect the feeling that he did a great job and has some very nice and knowledgeable crews that he uses if too busy to get out timely.
- Kory L.

Everything went wonderfully. Mr
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is very professional but also extremely nice and personable, and an excellent Electrician! Amazingly for all he did, he made very little mess, and cleaned up each of his workspaces perfectly. We felt for the work done, and supplies he provided that the charges were more than fair. He did everything we wanted done and even more. He did not seem in the least bit rushed, but worked with apparent ease, steadily and efficiently. We will definitely call Mr
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any time we have need of electrical service. We know he can totally be trusted to do any job excellently. And we can unreservedly recommend him to anyone in need of the services he offers. Being the owner and operator of his company is also a plus because he has total control of each job. His work is his best form of advertising, and he has our highest regard.
- William L.

Gave us a cost estimate for work in excess of $400.00 to install ventilation fan and add electrical box (which electrical box we felt was not necessary).
In addition, it seemed more like a sales pitch for their monthly membership service (that cost about $26.00 per month).
I have emailed this service provider for a $75.00 refund.
- Howard W.

This was a great Angie's Deal, $49 for approx. 2 hrs of service. It takes a long time to drain and flush a 50
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water heater. Caution be prepared for other things to go wrong that are not covered in the deal. Had to replace the water shut-off valve and the pressure valve that were corroded from the hard water we have in Oklahoma City. I believe both were fine until they had to be turned off to drain the water heater, but that act causes them to need to be replaced. But I had no problem with
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, they performed what was in the deal.
- Coy K.
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All Electricians in Oklahoma City, OK

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Welco Electric Inc.

P.O. Box 95302
Oklahoma City, OK


10117 NE 23RD ST
Oklahoma City, OK


Oklahoma City, OK


Oklahoma City, OK


Oklahoma City, OK


1828 S 7TH ST
Chickasha, OK


Oklahoma City, OK

Wolf Electric Inc

10300 West Reno Ave
Yukon, OK


1032 SW 52ND ST
Oklahoma City, OK


Oklahoma City, OK


PO BOX 130
Bethany, OK


6829 SW 59TH ST
Oklahoma City, OK


Chickasha, OK

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