1st off my house was build in 1985 and without knowing a lot about building code I can see things that are not up to code. Maybe that is all my negative experiences have been with Englewood Electric. Salesman/electrician comes out to inspect and give me a quote on the project. Very reasonable price of $275 and can start project at my earliest convenience. Following Thursday electrician comes out, does work in garage no problem. Kitchen difference story, apparently all 4 outlets not on same circuit so instead of just needing my 2 GFI outlets I get another one from electrician. He wasn't going to add anything to the bill so I figure kitchen situation is the truth. Finishes up and leaves, I no longer have power in bathroom or bedroom, call and he comes back in under 30 minutes. Blown unrelated fuse, $60 replace / install. While doing those things that electricians do he discovers that one of the kitchen counter outlets was on the same circuit as the bedroom/bathroom. He corrected that problem quickly. After he left I discovered that one of the wall switches that previously turned on kitchen fan no longer works (one switch still works for it so I'm calling it a win - don't want anything else to go out to correct something I don't care too much about) Again, not sure if the wiring in my house is all jacked up or what, just wanted to share my story.