He came to re-do the fuse box and the can as well, since it was totally blown inside. I didn't know that this worker wasn?t licensed - he wasn't not even a certified journeyman - when he did this. About a week later, I noticed that the dryer wouldn?t come on, and Sears checked it out and found that there was no electricity to the special dryer outlet. I called Cain Electric back. The owner, Michael Cain, was really rude - right after I paid the bill, naturally. He said that it wasn?t their problem and I?d have to pay to fix to the dryer outlet. If it happened to be their problem, he said, they would pay for it. I?d already had problems dealing with him. He said, ?Well, there are lots of electricians out there. You can look in the phone book. They start at A.? He also said, ?Now, you listen to me,? and I said, ?Wait a minute, I thought I was the customer.? I decided to hire another company to check it out. The other company sent a licensed worker out who found that the electricity hadn't been properly routed to the dryer. They hadn?t put in all the breakers properly either. The licensed and bonded electrician fixed everything. I called Michael Cain back and said, ?You don?t seem concerned that your worker did something wrong.? ?No, I?m not," he replied. I asked why not. "You didn't give me a chance to fix it," he said. "You told me it would cost more money!" I told him. "I did not!" he said, which is a lie. This guy just lies and lies and lies. He has his money - what's the point of being like this? Just do it properly. I paid up-front, too. He doesn't take credit cards, either, so I had to write a check. I would have preferred the recourse you have by paying with a credit card. I attempted to call him one last time. The woman I?ve spoken to in the office has been very professional and nice, though. She's the only reason that I've continued to speak with them. In true Michael Cain fashion, he hung up on me - I couldn't even count how many times he's done that. There's just no talking to him. This has been a nightmare and I would not wish it upon anybody. I have tried one more time to try and get this resolved before taking this somewhere else. He is now saying it is my fault because we moved the dryer. He said evidently the dryer had not been working prior to his guys doing the work and that the move of the dryer is what had to of caused no electricity for the dryer outlet. Now that he has his money, so he does not truly care about his customers.