I have been looking for a good electrician for a while and I finally decided to go with Pace Electric because of their good reviews on Angie's List. Mr. Kiminski and his son Peter arrived right on time and as soon as they walked into the mud room they both put shoe coverings on over their shoes so that they would not track any dirt into my home once they entered it. Each time that one of them went outside to retrieve something from their truck, they removed their shoe coverings and then replaced them again once they returned to the mud room. I was very surprised and also very pleased because in the past, every previous electrician, painter, plumber or handyman that I hired had never done that before they entered my home. They immediately went right to work removing my old kitchen fan and then installing the new fan. Since my fan did not include a remote, Peter told me that if I wanted one in the future he would be able purchase a universal remote separately and then install it for me. After Peter installed the new GFI outlet, he showed me the correct way to test it and also told me that it should be tested at least twice a month. Later Peter called me over after he took off the wall plate to my kitchen outlet and he showed me a small, round hole in the back of the metal box which could have caused a fire if there was a spark or a short in the wiring. He told me that back in the 1970's those type of metal boxes with a hole in the back of it were commonly installed. He then showed me a small, round, metal plug he had with him which fit perfectly into the hole and would now prevent any possibility of a fire starting inside of the wall in the future if there was a short in the wiring. One of the wall outlets in my family room had a short that had been causing the power to go out repeatedly in that outlet and also in two other wall outlets in the same room. As soon as Mr. Kiminski removed the wall plate to that outlet he found that a portion of one of the wires inside of the metal box had melted and that was what had caused the short. As soon as he told me that, I instantly asked him if he could replace the two other wall outlets too since they were also installed in the 1970's as well and they were used much more heavily than the other outlet that had the short in it. Even though there were two large pieces of furniture in front of both of the outlets (with very heavy electronics on each one of them), Peter offered to move each piece of furniture out slightly enough so that he could squeeze into the tight space behind them to reach each outlet. I was very appreciative of that because I have a lower back injury and I am not able to move any heavy pieces of furniture even if I have help. So if you need any type of electrical work done in your home, I highly recommend Pace Electric. Mr. Kiminski and his son Peter are both dedicated professionals, offer a lot of great advice and they give only their best service to their customers. Plus, a big bonus is that they were very reasonably priced for all of the work that they did in my home. You will definitely be very satisfied with their expertise.